Reverse Slave Trade: South Africans slam American Actor Tyrese Gibson for Fake News
American rapper and actor Tyrese Gibson was criticized for reverse slave trade Fake News in South Africa.
The rapper took to Instagram and Twitter to upload a picture which was later removed on Instagram suggesting that there is reverse slave trade in South Africa.
The reverse slave trade in the picture resembles white people in chains being sold and white children forced to play with black dolls.
Tyrese posted “The flip… Get to YouTube this is what’s going on in South Africa,” wrote Tyrese.
Reverse Slave Trade in South Africa, Celebrities reacts to Tyrese Gibson fake News
South African celebrities and social media users jumped in and called Tyrese out, they accuse him as ignorant and does everything for clout.
On Thursday South African businesswoman, radio, and television personality Bonang Matheba called Tyrese out, saying he must refrain from talking sh*t about in South Africa.
“…please, don’t come talk sh*t here about South Africa. Jou swine!”
DJ and radio host Junior De Rocka asked Tyrese to remove his nonsensical post about South Africa.
“Please remove this nonsense!! You’re posting this based on a video you watched which was uploaded 11 years ago and is based on nothing but LIES!” explained Junior De Rocka.
Miss Pru DJ asked which South Africa he was referring to and that he needed to educate himself and there is no reverse slave trade in South Africa.
“…We live here, and that’s just FAKE NEWS. DELETE AND EDUCATE YOURSELF!” fumed Miss Pru DJ.
Blood And Water actor Thabang Molaba also questioned Tyrese as to why he was spreading “fake” news about reverse slave trade in South Africa.
“Why are you spreading fake news Tyrese? Where in South Africa is this happening?” asked Thabang Molaba.
His comments comes in a moment when the word is fighting against racism.
America is facing wide spread BlackLivesMatter protests where the fight against racism is taken to the streets. This comes after the death of George Floyd who was murdered by a white American policeman in n Minneapolis, Minnesota.
South Africa faces everyday fight against racism and equality as the minority white people owns the factors of production while black majority languish in poverty.
Despite the fight against racism in South Africa, the concept of reverse slave trade is false and fake news.