GHOne Tv’s news anchor and presenter, Serwaa Amihere has come under severe backlash after she posted a tweet that seemed to aim at determining if betting among the youth has become a national crisis.
The tweet reads;
“Let’s talk about betting among the youth; is it becoming a national crisis? #GHToday”.
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Many social media users didn’t agree with her as they found her topic for discussion as rather irrelevant. They seemed to agree that Serwaa Amihere has a case of misplaced priorities as there are more pressing issues for discussion such as the commotion regarding the CSSPS, Takoradi missing girls amongst others.
Rather, she chose to discuss betting as a social crisis rather that tackle the above stated pressing socio-political issues. They referred to the presenter as an incompetent journalist and nothing but a slay queen as according to them, she practices unprofessional journalism.
Taking to Twitter to register their displeasure some Twitter users wrote;
@Akwasi_blaze tweeted; “let’s talk about slay queens journalists, it’s becoming a national disaster”
@mindset2africa wrote; “Serwaa , u beginning to stink, if you cant be assertive and balanced towards the needs and challanges of the average ghanaian. remember not every Ghanaian voted NPP yet all voters are Ghanaians #BeGhanaian at all times wai @BBCWorld @BBCAfrica Fight for the average ghanaian”
@kwamecypher2 commented; “Am sure you’re on drugs…wo tw3”
@huncho92940011 tweeted; ”Nkwasiasem saaa, if u menners don’t get nothing to do aaa, then you start dey talk borla. Wo tw3 koraaa”
@jamestiger98 wrote; “Corruption is national crisis, discuss that one instead”
Serwaa in a another tweet, questioned why social media users had massively descended on her she wrote;
“Why is Serwaa trending?”
She also pleaded with social media users to please as the trolls were becoming too much
“Serwaa abre Betting Association of Ghana. Relax”
In your opinion is sports betting a problem if yes why? If otherwise why? Share your thoughts and comments in the comments section.