“He Looks Like A Rough Draft Of The Nigerian Flag.” Man gets dragged mercilessly over his transphobic post on social media

“He Looks Like A Rough Draft Of The Nigerian Flag.” Man gets dragged mercilessly over his transphobic post on social media

Some days, you log onto the internet and the joy you get is boundless. Especially when the source of that joy is the total obliteration of prejudice.

Julius Anthony Johnson did not anticipate the demise of his social media existence when he decided to take it upon himself to make a public service announcement for all those who may be Facebook friends with trans woman, Jasmine Amerson.

“This is a Nigga, so whoever friends with it better go delete yallselves,” he updated, no doubt feeling smug with the good work he had just done. No doubt expecting a torrent of hate and trans-bashing in his comments section.

Except that wasn’t what he got.

The comments are vicious, ruthless and totally life-giving. Check them out.

Phew Chile!!! After all this, does anyone really think Julius Anthony Johnson has any edges left? Dude must be spotting a very bloodied scalp by now.

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  1. Francis
    February 22, 15:03 Reply

    ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

    Next time the idiot will limit such posts to Nigerians living in Nigeria audience

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