This is what happens when an adult and a child sit down to have an argument, you have one trying to raise calm, rational points, whilst the other resorts to simple name calling and stuffing cotton in their ears.
This occurred on Sunday when DKB tweeted about occultism and Christianity on his twitter page, saying that anyone who believes in the occult and discounts the gospel is ‘very stupid’.
“U doubt the gospel but u believe occultic and satanic stuff, how can u believe smoke but not the fire.
U are very stupid !!”
U doubt the gospel but u believe occultic and satanic stuff, how can u believe smoke but not the fire.
U are very stupid !!
— DKB #KaabuAme (@dkbghana) June 5, 2016
Ok, if that’s the image he wants to project. But it’s funny that he would think the religion of the colonialists is the truth, but the beliefs of his forefathers (before we were all forced down the Christian route) is stupid. There are more ways than one to bleach, and unlike Bukom Banku whose skin is bleached, DKB’s mind is doubly bleached.
A twitter user, a white man who tweets @mscribe, decided to reply to his message.
Believers in occultism and Satanism are suggestible and gullible. Get a life.”
DKB didn’t take kindly to that, and decided to respond, but again, failed miserably. He didn’t tackle the issue the response raised, called the guy who tweeted at him a white pig, and basically said it’s ok to be gullible so long as you have Christ.
At least he got that part right.
Mr. White pig U made absolutely no sense with your submission. gullible so what?
And hei i got a life in Christ”
He got another reasonable and level headed response, but I doubt any of that can penetrate his skull. Going by his tweets, and the content of his comedy, it’s obvious DKB was out of his depth here.
We are all entitled to our beliefs, obviously, and even moreso to our opinions. Yet when DKB gave an opinion that was challenged, his only response was to use a racial epithet and discount the problem of gullibility.
‘Gullible, so what?’ he actually said that.