Kate Henshaw, a Nigerian actress, has tackled critics who often ask celebrities to initiate protests against the federal government.

The 49-year-old took to her Twitter page on Friday to pour out her frustration.

She alleged that many citizens are often too quick to take a hit at celebrities to influence policies, yet, are not ready for the discomfort.

“It’s been a while but you see silence sometimes gives cretins the temerity to think that because the walls are down, goat fit climb house. Who are you pointing at to go fight for you?,” the actress asked.

“Celebrities koor, celebrities ni. What HAVE YOU DONE?? Have you been tear gassed before? You type with your phalanges and raise a crooked finger pointing at another.

“…while you lay on your backside so that what? We ALL have to get uncomfortable and NO, we are NOT ready. So stick your opinion where the sun don’t shine.”

Last month, the film star had also called out critics who think celebrities are being paid to make people believe in the existence of  COVID-19 in Nigeria.

“Someone commented on my IG saying  ‘all these celebrities that have been paid to say there is COVID-19, God will judge you,” she had tweeted.



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