Hollywood actor, Michael Jai White since his return to the United States as a royal and chief of Akwamu has been repeatedly sharing the experience he gathered during his visit to Ghana and how it has shifted his earlier perception about Africa.
The actor who during their stay in Ghana revealed on social media that he and his wife’s DNA test clearly shows that they were from West Africa and Ghana to be precise, has in a lengthy post spit the reactions he received after he shared his Ghana experience.
However, in replying to the cold comments from his fans and followers in the state, the Martial art expert admitted that he will rather embrace the opportunity of being made a king in Akwamu, where his roots come from than being made a knight by the Queen of England.
In his post on Instagram, he revealed that he has developed haters in America for sharing his experience about Africa but instead of him to ignore their reactions, he will rather speak as he claims will be on their benefit.
Part of his post read: “For me to be appointed by the King Odeneho Kwafo of Akwamu is far more relevant than if I were knighted by Queen Elizabeth who’s royal bloodline doesn’t go back as far. “
Read his post below…
Well, it’s so delightful and inspiring as an African to get one famous Hollywood star who is pleased to be respected in Africa Ghana than to being made a knight by Queen Elizabeth.