Actress Beverly Afaglo has laid a curse, sort of, on critics who did not sympathise with her when her house burnt down.
According to Afaglo, her family survived their fire but your and your family may burn to death in a similar incident for not sympathising with her.
The pained actress was speaking after her attempt to raise $20,000 from Ghanaians failed miserably and she had to abandon her dream.
Obviously, she was pissed off that people did not donate to her Go Fund Me account thus she came out with bitterness to rain curses.
She said she was lucky her family survived the fire but when it happens to those refusing to sympathise with her, they might not be so lucky.
“For those who are against me, sitting on TV and radio stations having discussions and laughing over my misfortunes, predicaments and calling me names, swaying people off the fact that I’m going through something and making a ridicule of my misfortune, it may not happen to you,” she said in an Instagram live video today.
“When it happens to you, my family has survived, but you and your family may burn to death. I wish you all the best.” she added.
Afaglo still refuses to accept that the inability of Ghanaians to see her in a sympathetic light stems from her own bragging.
If she had not bragged that day, claiming her father left her riches and houses which she takes rent from and can use to travel anytime she wants, perhaps people will feel more inclined to help her out this time.
She seems to have learned the wrong lesson from her misfortune if her response is to curse those pointing out her flaws.