Fast Connection – Serwaa Amihere BLOCKS Twitter User Who Trolled Her that Slay Queen Journalists Have Become A National Disaster

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Serwaa Amihere has moved quickly to block a social media user who mocked her over her post last night asking if sports betting had become a national crisis in Ghana.

Like her friend and colleague Nana Aba Anamoah the queen of blocks, Amihere wasted no time in blocking the Twitter user whose reply to her comment she did not like.

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Amihere posted about sports betting Ghana, asking the question if it had become a national crisis.

“Let’s talk about betting among the youth; is it becoming a national crisis?” she posted.

As we reported, most people trolled her in response, with one user in particular having this hilarious reply: “Let’s talk about slay queens journalists, it’s becoming a national disaster,”

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Soon after, he found out Amihere had blocked him for his response.

Such thin skin there for a journalist.

Check out the exchange below…

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