Stop judging people’s actions based on posts, Beyoncé’s publicist replies Tiwa Savage

Stop judging people’s actions based on posts, Beyoncé’s publicist replies Tiwa Savage

- Beyoncé's publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure, has taken to social media to respond to Tiwa Savage's video

- Recall the Koroba singer earlier called out big brands including Beyoncé to lend their voices to the #EndSARS movement

- Noel-Schure advised the Nigerian singer to stop judging people's actions based on their social media posts

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Days after Tiwa Savage called out Beyoncé to lend her voice to the anti-SARS movement, she may have just gotten a response - not from the singer though, but her publicists, Yvette Noel-Schure.

In an Instagram story post, Noel-Schure wrote a note on the need for people to stop judging others by their social media posts.

According to her, not all activists are live on social media neither do they do it for validation or approval. She ended the note by saying actions speak louder than posts.

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She wrote:

"Not all activists live on social media. Not all doers look for validation or your approval. Not all work is for a photo op. Make it normal to stop judging people's actions based on posts. Posts don't make you an activist. Actions make you an activist. Whether in the background or out in these streets. We all choose a different path to get it done. Blessed are those who do not see yet they believe. Actions speak louder than posts. Stop judging. Stop!"

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Stop judging people’s actions based on post, Beyoncé’s publicist replies Tiwa Savage
Tiwa Savage had called on Beyonce to lend her voice to the fight against SARS. Photo credit: @instablog9ja/Instagram
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Although she didn't mention names, many people are of the opinion that she was referring to Tiwa Savage who some days ago made a video calling on Beyoncé to join the anti-SARS movement.

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See how some Nigerians reacted to Noel-Schure's posts:

bshizzle70a:

"Tell Yvette that: To whom much is given, much is expected . If I support you in the open you had better be reciprocating in the open & not in the background, otherwise we might have a problem there."

gozioleks_:

"But when She wants to use our culture, she does in publicly? Why not help us publicly?"

cato_reborn:

"When she wants to appropriate African culture does she do it in the Background? What’s the action please? In listening."

badboysammy_:

"But she can post the Lion King thing on her social media abi?? Rubbish"

gylliananthonette:

"But she shud have just posted something and make us know she was concerned ..tomorrow they will she say she is the mama of Africa"

juliet.chilaka.jc:

Tiwa caused this for herself, who tf is Beyonce ⁉️ what did she personally do for the US ⁉️we need to stop acting like Nigeria is not a Sovereign state."

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Meanwhile, Reprudencia Sonkey popularly known as Dencia, caused mixed reactions online after she took to the platform to share her thoughts on Tiwa Savage calling out Beyoncé for not speaking about the anti-SARS movement.

The Cameroonian-born singer and entrepreneur expressed displeasure at Savage's video. She questioned if the Nigerian government and the police care about what Beyoncé has to say.

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