A Nigerian Professor at the Carnegie Mellon University , Uju Anya sent Twitter into meltdown over her Tweet, wishing the now late Queen of England, Elizabeth II ‘excruciating pain and suffering’, causing Twitter to delete her tweet.
The extremely controversial professor is very popular online for her public stance against anybody not supporting the LGBTQ community, which she is a proud member.
The now deleted tweet was posted immediately news filtered in that the Queen was seriously ill and has been moved into the intensive care unit.
The Tweet drew public outcry from celebrities who are sympathetic to the crown, including Amazon owner Jeff Bezos who maintained that a professor who teaches students should be compassionate to people, no matter the level of her grievances.
The extremely angry Professor retorted back that anybody that is thinking that she would feel any form of compassion or affection to the Queen that colonized her country and supported Nigeria during the Biafra war is dreaming and extremely ‘foolish.’
Queen Elizabeth’s death has been met with so much anger and violence, especially from Africans, Irish and Indians. The angry tweeps explained that their shared anger is nothing but a reflection of the years of pain caused by the dreadful British empire.
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