- The late Queen Elizabeth II was buried on Monday, September 19, in the presence of members of the royal family and leaders across the world
- Cameroonian-born singer Dencia is, however, not pleased that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle got to attend
- The singer, in her tweet, revealed that she would have banished or banned the couple if she were the king
Cameroonian-born singer Dencia has sparked reactions on social media with her reaction to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attending the Queen's burial on Monday, September 19.
Taking to her Twitter page, the singer called Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle fake for going to the funeral and acting sad about the Queen's death.
She continued by adding that she would have banned and banished the couple from the royal empire if she is the king.
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Dencia also told people who might disagree with her view to argue with their ancestors.
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"Meghan Markle is actually hella fake for going to that funeral & acting all sad. Infact Harry Too. Infact I’d have banned & Banished them if I were the King. Y’all argue with your ancestors !! Let me stop minding racist slave master Caucasian peoples business anyways."
See the tweet below:
Reactions to Dencia's tweet
"The queen has been laid to rest; you sef rest !!!!"
"Why shouldn’t they attend? We don’t know what goes on in their homes. Most of the things we see online are mostly speculation. But Meghan herself in interviews has said that the Queen was always warm and sweet towards her."
"Go banish them Na. Queen mother."
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"The Queen was Harry's Grandma not his enemy SMH."
"Not a fellow black woman hating on another. She’s done absolutely nothing to you, harry too. You know nothing about this people except what the media tells you, portrays or twists. that being said, rest in Jesus name."
"I think you just need to mind your da*mn business lady... Judging someone you don't know is hella fake. Fake comment coming from someone who thinks she knows fake people."
Nigerians react to VP Yemi Osinbajo's presence at Queen Elizabeth's burial
Nigerians have been reacting to photos of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and the Nigerian delegation at the late Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.
Gaily dressed in Nigerian attire, the vice president was sighted with other world leaders at the ceremony where they had gone to pay his final respect to the departed monarch.
Interestingly, the Nigerian delegation led by Osinbajo was the only African government team featured in the popular London Metro.