Michael Essien Gets Slammed After Reacting To Agogo’s Death – Social Media Users Call Him A Hypocrite

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Manuel Junior Agogo‘s death is indeed a big blow to Ghanaians and by extension, the world, being one of the iconic players the world ever begot.

The former Black Stars player’s death has had many of his colleagues sending their condolences.

Dede Ayew, Asamoah Gyan, Jordan and others have all sent their sympathy to the family of the late Black Star player.

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Latest to mourn Agogo is former Black Stars player Michael Essien.

The footballer has taken to Instagram to mourn Agogo.

However, he is being attacked for being a hypocrite and ignoring Agogo when he was alive and need people to show him love.

It can be recalled that during the trying times in Agogo he revealed in an interview on BBC that he had been abandon by all his friends.

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This might be the reason why social media users are angry with Michael Essien and they are blasting him for being a hypocrite.

Check out his post below and how people are reacting to it.

@itz_nabsy: “He’s not your colleague!!…why address him like a foreigner? He’s your brother!!! To the outside world, he’s your brother!!! Ahhhh, woama mewer3 aho papa @michaelessien.”

@kwaku_kyei_baffour67“He is your brother not colleague ,you described him as strenger you people could have done better. now he is gone.”

@slimbertthug: “This is not necessary when he was sick you should have been there to support him now that he is dead you guys posting as if you cared so much .all this Rip can’t bring him back show love to the living and not the dead shame to ya all,”

@ibwilshere10: “Masa shunned your self u abandoned him during his difficult tyms and now u are claiming supremacy… I’m very disappointed in you he claims u guys were best friends.”

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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