Jeff Bezos Condemns Nigerian Professor Anya Uju for Wishing Queen Elizabeth “Excruciating Death”

Jeff Bezos Condemns Nigerian Professor Anya Uju for Wishing Queen Elizabeth “Excruciating Death”

  • Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos, did not take the tweet of Anya Uju who wished the deceased Queen Elizabeth II an "excruciating death" lightly
  • Jeff wondered why a professor who is meant to make the world a better place would make such a wish against the Queen
  • Jeff's and Uju's exchanges on Twitter sparked heated reactions online that have been trending for hours

During the critical health condition of Queen Elizabeth II before her death, a Nigerian professor, Anya Uju, made a post wishing the monarch an "excruciating death".

The tweet, which has now been removed by Twitter but captured by Daily Mail, was condemned by American billionaire Jeff Bezos, who found the post distasteful.

Queen Elizabeth's death/Anya Uju and Jeff Bezos reacted.
The reactions of Anya Uju and Jeff Bezos stirred reactions online. Photo source: Andrew Milligan, Chris Jackson, Twitter/@UjuAnya
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Jeff's reaction to Uju's post

He said:

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"This is someone supposedly working to make the world better? I don't think so. Wow."

Jeff's post had massive reactions, putting Uju on the trend table on Twitter. Many people were divided on her post and the billionaire's reply. gathered some of the reactions below:

@LeninBol said:

"Oh, Jeff Bezos is trending. Anyways, here is a reminder that he's not simply a billionaire who got wealthy from a good idea. His entire wealth is the profit that he makes from a hidden unpaid portion Amazon workers' labor time."

@ThatGingerRob said:

"She really messed up on that one, huh?!"

Olu Of Naija said:

"Jeff Bezos a modern slave master, whose workers are feeding from hand to mouth."

@BethLynch2020 said:

"Pretty funny coming from the guy who could end world poverty and homelessness 100 times over...and simply chooses not to."

@MasterPackerPut said:

"She’s a very toxic person, this is what we have been battling."

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@Cchharm said:

"Jeffery Preston Bezos, mind discussing how you and I can make the world better? Here's my me."

James Brown's reactions to Queen's death

Meanwhile, earlier reported that popular Nigerian crossdresser, James Brown, trended on social media over his reaction to Queen Elizabeth’s death.

The Nigerian crossdresser, who is also sometimes referred to as the Duchess of London, had a bit of a dramatic reaction to the news.

James Brown first showed that all was not well with him when he shared a post about his bleeding heart.


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