Sunday, 20 January 2013
Another Blogger writes an Open Letter to Cossy
Before I begin, please take note... Ngozikanwiro did not ask me to do this, i'm just disgusted by the nasty comments Cossy made on Twitter.
continue after the cut.........
First of all, I saw Ngozikanwiro's open letter to Cossy & Tonto Dikeh but for some unknown reasons, i refused to share that post.
Okay Cossy from your harsh response to Ngozi ikanwiro;
-You called her "a low life Igbo woman".
-You talked about not being on the same "Social strata" with her.
-You also asked about what impact she's made
-and finally, you said and i quote"Tonto and I have been able to draw attention to Nigeria Internationally"
I can see the kind of attention....
Okay about you calling her a low life woman, I don't know either of you but judging from your pictures on the social media, i'll beg you never to use those words on someone... I mean this is a case of a kettle calling the pot black.
Trust me, you are the "low life" Even the girls on playboy wouldn't post such pictures cheaply like you did. If you wanna be a hoe, be an ambitious one... Add value to your "Product". I mean who wants to buy the cow when you can get the milk free?
You talked about not being on the same social strata with her.....hmmm
I wonder what planet you come from or what social strata you are talking about because to the best of my knowledge, you are far from classy...
I'm in no place to judge you, actually i had no intentions to but looking at your tweets and your risque photos i think it's time someone talked sense into you.
This is a line i got from Muhammed Ali's advice to his daughters.
"Everything that God made valuable in the world is covered and hard to get to.
Where do you find diamonds? deep in the ground, covered and protected.
Where do you find pearls, deep down at the bottom of the ocean covered up and protected in a beautiful shell.
Where do you find gold? Way down in the mine, covered over with layers and layers of rock. You've got to work hard to get to them.”
Cossy darling, i'm not trying to be religious with you but if you believe you were fearfully and wonderfully made by God, your body should be sacred you are far more precious than diamonds and pearls. So dear, you really have to rephrase that statement.
Thirdly, you asked what impact she's made. Please i humbly ask, what impact have you made in the World so far or lets say in Nigeria?
what a shame!
Common Cossy, if you believe you're a star and you've made impacts you should know better cause people look up to you and what do you show them? Your gigantic breasts and craw-craw nyash? (according to Stella Dimoko )
Finally, you said you've been able to draw attention internationally.
Question, what do you draw attention with?
What kind of message are you trying to pass to the youth? That it's okay to flash your vertical smile & your boobers for whoever cares to see? or impose it on your innocent twitter followers?
Please.....don't try to justify this crazy attitude of yours cause it's really messed up.
You also went on to make excuses for the raggedy environments in which you took the pics saying and i quote"A girlfriend took this pix in a guest house last nite.... I't's not de playgirl mansion... cuz i only use playboy bedsheet & curtains"
Like seriously.... Who cares?
Why are you taking your time to explain? Do you want to tell me you went to the guest house dressed like that?
Girl please.....even if it's the playgirl we understand, you don't have to make things up.
In conclusion, I advice you take up a professional job or something than giving away freebies on social media.
If you had respect for body and your so called "social strata", you wouldn't do these things.
Show some dignity for Christ's sake you're a woman!
Posted by Emeh Achanga at 12:48 pm