Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has reacted after being called out for not speaking up for late Sylvester Oromoni (Jnr).
There has been outrage and call for justice on social media following the death of the 12-year-old student of Dowen College who was allegedly tortured by his seniors for not joining a cult.
Many celebrities have used their platform to mourn his demise and call for justice from the appropriate authorities.
Apparently, Kate Henshaw didn’t speak up on time and some netizens took to social media to express dissapointment in her.
Reacting to this, the thespian in a video she shared on her Instagram page, slammed her critics for being hypocritical and selective in the cases they choose to fight for.
According to her, she has used her platform to speak up for victims in the past and she doesn’t need anyone to force her to speak up.
She said in part;
“You cannot be selective in your call-out. Your outrage is so hypocritical and insipid. What are you calling me out for?
A few years ago, when a school teacher defiled a two year old girl in Chrisland school, I posted the picture. After asking questions and getting the right information, I reposted them. The guy threatened to sue me and I reported the case.
You all just foam at the mouth calling names. For what? You choose when and when not to speak out. I choose to speak out everytime and it’s not for you to tell me or tag me in some meaningless post”.
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