With the alarming records of cyber bullies gaining strength in the euphoria of freedom of speech within the digital space, Popular Yoruba Actor Jokotoye took to Instagram to publish a video to address followers who seem to be politely ignoring the comment section to slide into his DM and correct his grammatical errors.
More as other celebrities keep fighting cyber bullies to protect their brands from being soiled in the mix of defaming comments on their opinions, pictures and other personal decisions, could Jokotoye’s rant over his obvious typo’s be considered as an apt decision or an irrational exaggeration?
“I know I speak bad English
I know I write bad English
Speaking Yoruba Moo lo school sotiyeyin (meaning “I didn’t go to school, do you understand?)
Enitobamo Baba mi, (if you know my Father) Baba mi Ko ila, (My father has tribal marks) Ogbomosho ni Baba mi ti wa (My father is from Ogbomoso) Yoruba ni Baba mi maan sosiwa nile (My father speaks Yoruba too”
Going by his words, are these excuses turn-able for a celebrity who now has the financial might to acquire any luxurious asserts at any point in time? In actual fact, the flaw to know how to consistently construct correct sentences is not disability but a weakness that can be worked on with determination and little resources.
So we want to know, is it pardonable for a public figure who is an ambassador of the country by craft, not to know how to properly express his or herself? Express your passion in the comment section below.