Ghanaians place much emphasis on the Queen’s Language hence if you are a celeb and you don’t know how to express yourself well, then be prepared for the intense trolls that will follow.
After the Golden Movie Awards show, Ghanaian actor, Prince David Osei expressed dissatisfaction with some of the happenings at the Awards ceremony that took place over the weekend at Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra especially that of socialite Rosemond Brown. Read the full story here.
Rosemond Brown who shot to fame just after the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards due to her provocative dressing has been mocked severally for her inability to express herself well in the Queen’s language.
At the just-ended Golden Movie Awards ceremony, Kumawood actress Rosemond brown was called on stage to present an award but her inability to speak good English brought social media trolls on her.
Just recently Reggie Rockstone jumped to her defence indicating that speaking English is not compulsory and not our mother tongue.
But Ghanaian renowned Journalist Nana Aba Anamoah has lambasted Rosemond Brown’s critics for mocking her because of her inability to speak fluent English.
According to her, she could not understand why Ghanaians take pleasure in insulting people who are happy and unperturbed by their negative comments.
In an Instagram post, Nana Aba stressed that her inability to speak good English won’t affect people’s bank account.
“Some of the comments on @rosemond_brown‘s page are utterly miserable. Why do some of you think it’s okay to verbally abuse this young lady? She’s a happy go lucky ray of sunshine who has decided to go for it! If you can’t stand her, move on. How does her inability to speak good English affect your bank account? She’s full of energy and joy; copy that!
Keep being you, @rosemond_brown. No one can steal your thunder”