Twitter had to juggle between paying attention to the Black Stars and a video of a clash with Nana Aba that popped up.
It had to take a lot to dribble the attention away from the Black Stars and Nana Aba did just that.
A blogger who goes by the name journalist Albert found himself in hot waters when his words came back to bite him.
His Twitter account was searched and lo and behold, he had very horrible things to say about the judges and Lydia Forson.
He told them he writes facts and so he can not be sued. He told them not to take his twitter seriously because it is not real life and it’s all about “agenda”.
He stammered the whole process through and could not explain the reasons behind his actions.
Some were of the opinion that if he really said all that then he should be able to say it to their face but when Nana Aba asked him to say it to their face he replied “why should I”
Nana Aba reiterated that this is the normalcy with trolls and most can never say it to your face when they meet you in person.
There was an instance that involved an amount of ghc4,500 and he trolled Nana Aba and said that amount is more than her salary at Ghone Tv.
That too he said shouldn’t be taken seriously and that Twitter is not real life.
Well, he lost a big real-life opportunity from the “illusion” he thinks social media is. Some were of the opinion that she shouldn’t have let his private life interfere with his job.
Others too believe that this should serve as a deterrent to bullies and how actions have consequences.
The young man however gave his account of what happened at the auditions and why he could not speak up.
Should your social media have an effect on your employable status or should what happens in Vegas stay in Vegas? Let’s know what you think.