Don’t put your own meaning to what I say – Lydia Forson tells bloggers

Source: Mynewsgh.com

Lydia Forson

Actress Lydia Forson has asked Bloggers who do not understand her tweets to contact her so she can break them down to the simplest form.

She said she made a post concerning a Twitter troll who was begging for money from her via her DM but bloggers misquoted her and made her look inhumane.

Her post on the Twitter troll read “you’re in my DM’s begging for money to treat your sickness. I decide to go through your tweets to see what kind of person you are; all I find are tweets of you trolling people, including me. In your mind, I’m Jesus Christ eh”.

Reacting to the stories churned out of her tweet, Lydia Forson said “I’d like to know where my tweets say I don’t help needy people. See I don’t mind you making news out of the most unnecessary tweets, I understand the hunger, we all gotta eat. But don’t put your own meaning to what I say; if it’s the English, ask and I’ll break it down”.

She added “To say I don’t help needy people when I’ve dedicated many years of my life, against the insults, helping people is a step too far. I get your obsession with me, I’m obsessed with me too, but let’s keep it healthy shall we?”

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