Nigerian songstress, Waje, went off a social media rant today as she justified the insults hurled at Nigerians by the rest of the world.
According to Waje, comments she reads especially from women, leaves her thinking if those behind the comments are humans or fallen angels.
She wrote as she shared her rant;
Wetin be my own, tomorrow na we go curse trump meanwhile e dey learn compared to we.
Una morning o.
Recall that during immigration negotiations on Thursday with lawmakers in the Oval Office, Donald Trump asked: “Why are we having all these people from s***hole countries come here?” in reference to Haiti, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras and African countries in the temporary protected status program.
However White House has reacted to Donald Trump’s comments, which reportedly shocked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting at the White House.
In response, he claimed some of the claims were “made up by Dems” and added “probably should record future meetings – unfortunately no trust”.
Trump tweeted: “Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country. Never said ‘take them out.’
Trump’s alleged comments caused shock internationally and incurred allegations of racism, with the UN, the African Union and many individual African governments denouncing it.
In a statement on the Monday summons, the South African government referred to Trump’s comments as “disturbing” and said that while Trump has tweeted a denial, it “was not categorical.”
“Relations between South Africa and the United States, and between the rest of Africa and the United States, must be based on mutual respect and understanding,” the statement said.
On Friday, after the alleged comment prompted a media storm, Botswana’s government summoned its ambassador to the US to ask whether Botswana was considered “a shithole.”
South African politicians also reacted with disbelief regarding the remarks.
Donald Trump insisted he is not racist, following the international outcry over the offensive comment he is accused of making about some African, central American and Caribbean countries.