Social media users on Twitter react to a tweet made by Serwaa Amihere against Carlos Ahenkoraa for disobeying Covid-19 safety protocols, obviously making people tag her as a hypocrite.
In the wake of the resignation of Honourable Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah, broadcast journalist, Serwaa Amihere has tweeted to shame the legislator for going to a registration centre as a Covid-19 patient to allegedly check on machine and in some ways some fans feel she is a hypocrite.
As a result of this tweet, some users of twitter feel she (Serwaa Amihere) has no moral right to condemn Hon Carlos Ahenkorah for what he did because she did same, hence making her a hypocrite.
It would be recalled that two months ago, Sandra Ankobiah celebrated her 37th mini birthday party and one shocking event was that majority of the main guests including Nana Aba Anamoah, Moesha Boduong, Salma Mumin had no face masks on and broke the social distancing protocol too.
In addition to this, a recent video trending on social media shows Nana Aba Anamoah clad in her outfit as Serwaa Amihere and other celebrities have broken the social distancing protocols on live TV dancing close together to each other.
In the video, Bukom Banku is heard showing his rap skills amidst these celebrities. This was done to unveil a new program to be hosted by Bukom Banku.
Moreover, these users feel she has no right to comment on the actions of Carlos Ahenkorah who had visited a registration centre exposing people even though he had been confirmed as a Covid-19 patient.
In the tweet, she questioned the right of Honourable Carlos Ahenkorah to go to a registration centre even though he had been told to self-isolate.
“You’ve been asked to self-isolate but you go to a registration centre to check on machines. For what exactly?” she tweeted.
However, this comment seemed to have angered social media users hence criticizing her of being a hypocrite and exhibiting double standard attitude.
The whole bashing was started by social media celebrity, Kwadwo Sheldon who labelled her as hypocritical.