Nigerians have expressed their displeasure over the comment Kate Henshaw made in reaction to the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.
The revered role interpreter made the tweet on Tuesday.
“We are responsible for how people treat us,” she wrote.
However her tweet has triggered diverse reactions from Nigerians who believe she made the wrong statement.
So Kate Henshaw blocked me😂.. somebody I wasn’t kuku following, I wonder what she thought that would achieve.
Instead of them to shut up when they have nothing positive to say, and maybe learn from events and perspectives they let their status get in their heads🙄
— Prince Chibuikem ⚓ (@DiceyPrince_) September 3, 2019
Kate Henshaw someone I adore so much said she engage with people on twitter with 50k followers and above. I wanted to get mad 😡 at her but I remembered I can’t get angry at someone who feeds on what’s given to her only on scripts.
The brain 🧠 is not really working like that.
— S.L.E.D.G.E 🔨 (@SledgeAma) September 3, 2019
“I only reply people based on thier number of followers”
-Kate Henshaw, 48
— oyebanji 🗝 (@OG_Banjiiii) September 3, 2019
“If you dont have at least 50k followers dont bother because I wont engage your tweets”
So the number of followers you have now determine your intelligence and level of reasoning?
Smh. I’m beyond disappointed in Kate Henshaw. And that’s putting it mildly.
— Nora Stone 👑 (@EdoFirstLady) September 3, 2019
I love how he dragged AKA without hurling words at him but actually stating facts with adequate receipts as toppings
This is what I expected from other celebs like Kate Henshaw, toke makinwa and Dremo but they goofed
King Ycee pic.twitter.com/F3AJ5GiKSW
— OtUnBa SwEeTbOy ❁ (@_dr90210) September 3, 2019
Kate Henshaw is a clown. pic.twitter.com/7FizCjq3Py
— Suga Dono 🌕 (@sugabelly) September 3, 2019
Kate Henshaw legit just said she engages people on Twitter according to their follower count. Damn!! Aunty was shallow and dumb all these years n masked it with average acting!! 😩😩
— Ferdy. (@Fifth_Live) September 3, 2019