- Nazo Ekezie recently took to social media to react to the ongoing unrest in the United States
- According to the Nollywood actress, the way the police handled the rioters at Capitol Hill made the racism in American glaring
- Many Nigerians on social media have criticized the actress, advising her to face the issues happening in Nigeria
Nollywood actress, Nazo Ekezie, was recently among the celebrities who reacted to the ongoing crisis following the invasion of the US Capitol by President Donald Trump's supporters.
In one of her Instagram stories, the actress condemned the riot as she pointed out the glaring racism going on in America.
According to the talented actress, the police were seen snapping with the rioters and holding their hands. She added that if it were a black man, he would have been gunned down instantly.
In her words:
"I weep for black people in America. Yesterday, the racism was so glaring@ The police were taking pictures with the rioters, holding their hands. Chai! A black man would have been gunned down instantly."
See her post below:
Her comments on the issue seemed to have enraged some Nigerians who went on to advise her to face the issues in Nigeria before talking about the USA.
See some reactions below:
"Weep for Nigeria first. The level of tribalism and nepotism is this country is beyond imagination. Leave USA first."
"Weep for ur country first that killed its own people with same colour."
"I hope you have more tears left Nne? Because there’s a lot to weep for in this Country."
"Blacks in America are still safe and better than ya in Africa. Una African leaders de kill una daily, you don’t feel sorry. Mumu."
"The soldiers that started shooting at Lekki toll gate are they Americans? Better weep for your own country."
"Come and weep for your country first."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng has reported that the invasion of the US Capitol by President Donald Trump's supporters on Wednesday, January 6, has led to the death of no fewer than four people, according to the police.
A report by Reuters, indicates that following the chaos one person died from gunshot wounds while three others as a result of medical emergencies.
The international media outfit stated 52 people were also arrested in the attack that has been strongly condemned by other leaders within and outside the US.
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