Ghanaian football, Alfred Duncan has lent his voice to the clamour against racism following the death of African-American, George Floyd.
According to Duncan who plays for Fiorentina in Italy, no one can bring him down with racism because those who do such are already below him.
He also expressed pride in his skin colour as he revealed that that doesn’t make him inferior to other races.
“I have been a victim in many occasions, humiliated, insulted and ignored by even the people next to me,” Duncan posted on Instagram.
“I know and I need no reminder that I’m black and I’m more than proud of who and what I am! People tend to forget we were made from dust and so shall we all end up.
“Nobody is born racist so it’s a matter of education from parents since it starts from home. I will never feel inferior to anybody anyway nor for any reason!!! We are all human and that’s the race I know.
“Following a trending black post on social media doesn’t make you a non-racist…I won’t allow anyone to abuse me since I don’t abuse anyone so I urge my fellow brothers to be strong because anybody who tries to bring you down is already below you.
Denrele, Kim Oprah, others react as Thelma opens up on forgiving Seyi over comments on her late brother
Coming after Seyi reluctantly apologized to her on the BBNaija Pepper dem reunion show last night, Thelma took to her social media pages to announce that she has forgiven him.
Seyi, in the show last year cussed her out and made derogatory comments about her late brother, who was murdered a day to his wedding.
Seyi cussed her out, saying her brother was buried with all her success.
Taking to her social media pages, she wrote;
"The death of my late brother was and will still be a fresh wound that barely heals because he was MURDERED!!
I forgave Seyi even before he apologized, but it pleased me that the issue was raised for him to apologize on air so...
Actress Juliet Ibrahim has spoken against referring to people of a mixed-race as half-caste which according to her is a derogatory terms.
Speaking against racism, Juliet Ibrahim wondered why Africans don't regard her as a black woman, a thing she says whites conclude easily on.
She wrote: "I had a random conversation the other day with someone and it was appalling when he mentioned passively to me that he doesn’t see me as a black woman! He argued, you are not “black enough” your skin isn’t dark enough, your hair not kinky enough. And thus my siblings and I do not “count” as Black.
"Now this is Exactly, what we are fighting to correct amongst ourselves and the world at large. I am a black woman! When I’m...
Nigerian celebrities react to video of Regina Daniels dancing and showing off her naked big baby bump
Some Nigerian celebrities have reacted to a video heavily pregnant Regina Daniels posted on her Instagram page. In the Video, the 20 year old wife of a billionaire was seeing dancing seductively and happily flaunting her big baby bump.
The celebrities who could not hide their feelings took to Regina's comment section to admire and tell her how beautiful she is.
See some comments below;
monicafriday1 wrote "Creamy Yo! Forever 16 congratulations"
poco_lee wrote "Mama Ejima"
omonioboli wrote "The cutest"
prettymikeoflagos wrote "Awwww super beautiful"
bukunmioluwasina wrote "My love"
bensonokonkwo wrote "PREGNANCY LOOKS GOOD ON YOU SAFE DELIVERY"...