- A white lady with the Twitter handle @hahahudson took the microblogging site to report a man to his company without knowing he owns the firm
- The lady complained that a British-born Nigerian psychologist and former professional basketball player, John Amaechi, was sexist and gaslighting on social media
- She got a reply from the person she was reporting, who assured her that the complaint would be escalated to the CEO
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A British-born Nigerian psychologist and former professional basketball player, John Amaechi, has taken to social media to reveal how a white lady reported him to his company.
The lady with the Twitter account @hahahudson took to the microblogging site to report Amaechi to his company @AmaechiPerform not knowing that the man in question owns the firm.
She tweeted at @AmaechiPerform, asking how she could make a complaint about the ex-basketball player, who she said has been sexist and gaslighting on social media.
Replying her tweet with his company's handle, Amaechi wrote: "Thank you for bringing this to our attention. In light of the severity of the situation, I'm going to escalate this complaint about John Amaechi directly to our CEO, John Amaechi. Rest assured, he will take a very dim view of such conduct."
See tweet below:
Tweeps flooded the comment section to share their opinion about the situation.
Matt Williams with the Twitter handler @revsorg wrote: "You could get your HR people to send you home from work to give you time to reconsider your behaviour."
Mark Gallagher with the Twitter handler wrote: @_markgallagher wrote: "Very keen to know whether you suspended yourself or suggested some time away from the office?"
Below are other reactions:
In other news, a Nigerian man who arrived Canada as a student five years ago has taken to Twitter to share his success story.
The man identified as Tunde Omotoye said he arrived Canada five years ago as a student who was unsure of what the future had for him in the North American country.
Despite the uncertainty, he revealed that he has launched his own company five years after leaving the shores of Nigeria.
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