An American probably thinks Africa is the most united country in the world populated by illiterate people who “can’t read”.
Daniel Mcloyd was absolutely sure that it was a good idea to troll Africans on Twitter because he thought there was no internet in the African “country”.
Mcloyd shared his opinion on the visit of an American rapper Kanye West to Uganda last year and said that he “received a warm welcome in the country because Africans were not aware of his tweets on Donald Trump”.
“Kanye West went to Africa cuz they can’t read tweets so they not aware of what he’s been doing,” wrote Mcloyd.
“Being unable to read tweets is better than being in a place you consider home but still cry every day for freedom and racial equality 400 years later. Your ancestors were from Sierra Leone, which is in Africa,” commented one Twitter user, while another remarked: “West is a proper noun. Capital ‘W’ please. ·I’ll let ‘cuz’ slide because you’re American. ·Not ‘they not aware’ but ‘they ARE not aware’ ·Full stop/Period after the word doing. Imagine being told shit by a person that has no idea how to construct a sentence.”
Jovial answers of outraged Africans were not long in coming:
I'm not surprised by your tweets, you never make sense just like your music ….
— Katlego Maseng (@KatlegoMaseng1) February 28, 2019
Yes we can't read and we don't even have internet. Everytime internet try to come here it gets tangled on giraffe's necks as they have long necks
— the Dude🇿🇦 (@SiyaMbuso) February 28, 2019
— Victor Trinidad Jr (@LocoMan69) February 27, 2019
1 condom would've prevented this 😔
— Original African Hustler (@Vendahustler) February 28, 2019
This GTA character Wilding pic.twitter.com/Ln7lY5862H
— The Instigator (@Am_Blujay) February 28, 2019
— Seth Mathias (@sunyaseth) February 28, 2019