Olinda Chapel Blasts MisRed For Over ‘Hurtful Comments’ About Zimbabweans

Controversial UK based socialite Olinda Chapel has blasted Misred for stating that Zimbabweans are not patriotic and proud of their country like Nigerians.

This comes after MisRed posted a video on Sunday castigating Zimbabweans for campaigning against their country. She said that Zimbabweans are not patriotic, unlike Nigerians who defend their country even though there is rampant corruption and the state of affairs is bad in that country.

The ZiFM Stereo presenter suggested that Zimbabweans must praise their country despite the fact that people are suffering and getting abused.

“Right now, you don’t like your country. You have everything to talk about in this country, so what are you fighting for? Absolutely nothing!
Olinda Chapel Blasts MisRed For Over ‘Hurtful Comments’ About Zimbabweans

“If you say Zimbabwe is bad, people outside will also say Zimbabweans are bad.

“Things are tight in Africa. Zimbabwe, Nigeria, and all over Africa. In Nigeria, people are abducted, beaten, and arrested. Don’t ever think it’s Zimbabwe alone. Something is happening in Africa. In Uganda for example, things are too bad. But let’s not go and say Nigeria is better than Zimbabwe,” she said in a video that gone viral on all social media platforms.

However, outspoken Olinda Chapel felt that MisRed stepped out of the line and called her to order. Chapel said Misred’s sentiments were disrespectful especially towards victims of State-sponsored abductions and torture, such as Itai Dzamara and his brother Patson.

“I think Misred you’re being completely disrespectful to the people of Zimbabwe. You just need to stop! Some comments you make are hurtful, especially to people like Itai and Patson Dzamara and those that were killed by soldiers,” she said.

Many Zimbabweans felt disrespected by MisRed comments and attacked her on social media as they demanded that she issue an apology and stops comparing Zimbabwe with Nigeria.

However, this is not the first time MisRed has come under fire. She recently made stunning sentiments to a Ghanaian radio where she said social media’s trending #ZimbabweanLivesMatter was exaggerating the actual events on the ground. She, however later apologized after a backlash on social media.

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