Being a bimbo is not a crime and that’s why we seem to have so many of such persons around, including celebrities like Becca. The real-life consequence of not being intelligent, and being an absolute thick head, can range from being laughed at on social media or at dinner tables to racially offending your own race and aiding in the entrenchment of legal and societal wrongs.
Becca is a bimbo, confirmed by her recent social media comments on George Floyd’s murder in the hands of Law Enforcement Officers in the United States—a single act that once again bring to play the centuries of systemic racism in the United States, and widespread Police brutality against people of colour, because of just their colour.
Unintelligent Becca took to Twitter to draw resemblance between what happened to George Floyd and the accompanying worldwide protest and riot, with a cultural absurdity in Ghana and several Africa countries where inter-tribal or national marriages are frowned upon.
How do you compare racism, originating from powerhouses like the government and Law Enforcement agencies, a deep-rooted institutional racism, to a stupid act of tribalism as a result of lack of education amongst your own kinsmen and women?
Sis they are both wrong, however it’s incomparable to equate the fight for the systemic racism in the USA to African tribalism in marriage and hypocrisy .
You can highlight that without appearing to diminish the fight about police brutality. Murder is not marriage. Love always. https://t.co/O3Nl8byd81
— Ama K Abebrese (@Ama_K_Abebrese) June 3, 2020
The truth is, she was trying to draw a non-existing parallel between the hypocrisy of Ghanaians or Africans when it comes to the criticisms she received within her family and friends’ circle when she went to marry a Nigerian, to the open killing of black people by those whose duty is to protect them in the United States.
The above is offensive, that even bimbos should not make.
And when she was called out, she came back to defend her offensively ignorant position—by bogusly arguing that nepotism and tribalism in the hands of your own people, is the same as the sort of racism that exists in the United States, in the hands of powerful institutions and officers, whose illegal actions almost come with no punitive consequences.
What a fish, Becca!
Don’t take it out of context ‼️ pic.twitter.com/dzAPBaSATT
— Becca (@beccafrica) June 4, 2020