Ghanaian comedian, David Oscar came under attack after he posted on his Facebook page that he is not going to join the #DumsorMustStop vigil slated for May 16 in Accra. Comments by many Ghanaians disagreed with his Facebook post with some insulting him. Actress Yvonne Nelson who started the #DumsorMustStop campaign on twitter questioned the nationality of the comedian due to his decision not to join the vigil. She tweeted, “What a shame! Is David Oscar Ghanaian? Does he live in Gh?”
David Oscar in an interview with Zionfelix.com on Friday evening has expressed his disappointment in some Ghanaians and actress Yvonne Nelson who have raised their mouths against him due to his comment that “dumsor must stop, but your constant whining and whimpering would not act as a magic wand. Period!”.
The comedian in the interview said that he did not insult Yvonne Nelson and Sarkodie in his post on Facebook so he finds it worrying to hear people accuse him of raining insults on the BET award-winner and the actress. Oscar continued that the ‘dumsor’ is not massive in other parts of the country as people think. He explained that his journey to different parts of the country has revealed that the low shedding exercise does not affect certain people in different parts of the country but those in the big cities.
According to him, he has the right to express his opinion as a citizen of Ghana so why should people attack his personality for exercising his rights.
Listen to the full interview David Oscar had with Zionfelix.com late Friday