Lydia Forson Comes For Manasseh After His Long 'Brofo' Otabil Defence Which Made No Sense — "Its Incoherencies Will Leave You Confused"

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Actress Lydia Forson has jabbed Joy FM journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni after his rambling and incoherent defence of his mentor, Pastor Mensa Otabil.
After his long and extremely awkward silence on the saga was broken, Manasseh simply came with a very lengthy piece painting Otabil as a victim who was being lynched by a mob for no reason other than being an extremely charitable, wise and generous man who cannot stand mediocrity.
As we described it, the article was nothing but English words strung together with no sense, and Lydia Forson seemingly agrees.
Writing on twitter, Forson said Manasseh’s article was like the ‘Songs of Solomon’, filled with flowery language but light on meaningful content.
“Manasseh’s latest piece is like the Songs of Solomon; which is filled with lots of adorations, poetic expressions of love and describe the beauty and excellence of a beloved. It’s incoherencies will leave you confused. ” the actress tweeted.

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In earlier tweets, Forson blasted Manasseh for his attempt to paint himself as just another ordinary person whose opinion on the saga should not have mattered so much that people kept calling on him to comment.
“My Dear Mannaseh, No one expects you to have an opinion about every issue- you CHOOSE to. You ferociously attack people you find corrupt/immoral. ( even people you don’t know) This is the ONLY reason why you were held under a microscope on this issue. Nothing else.” Forson thundered.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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