D- Black Teases Bridget Otoo, Sends Her “Happy Women’s Day” After Their Twitter Brawl

The two Ghanaian Celebrities had some heated arguments over a comment or a question the female Journalist asked the president.

Ghana had its 64th Independence Day Celebration on 6th March, 2021.

The sitting president of the republic of Ghana, H.E. Nana Addo’s Dankwah Akuffo Addo in his address made use of certain pronouns such as “we” and “our” that NDC’s Bridget Otoo wasn’t so pleased with.

The president in addressing the nation in a Twitter post said “64 years ago, we freed our nation…”

The astute journalist and NDC party faithful, Bridget Otoo replied the president with a question that many including D-Black think it’s disrespectful.

“You and who freed ‘our Nation’ ?” Bridget quizzes the president.

According to the CEO of Black Avenue Record Label, the question was very disrespectful and out of place.

He argued that apart from the Nana Akuffo Addo being the president, he is an elder as elder as well and such questions shouldn’t be asked an elder.

This resulted in a lot of back and forth between the two earlier in the day.

Just when everything about the argument died, the musician and talent manager wished Bridget Otoo happy women’s day.

He has since been receiving lots of applauds for his maturity.

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