It is common that people discuss and celebrate the lives of celebrities, icons or role models they have slight chance of meeting them physically. They do that to show love and respect for these celebrities or icons. On the other hand, some people accuse them of suffering from Personal Histrionic disease.
The ace presenter and Star FM journalist, Kofi Okyere Darko, has wished the monarch of United Kingdom, HRM Queen Elizabeth a blissful birthday on his Facebook page. Today marks the 95th birthday of the Queen.
However, a Facebook user, Junior Jah, reacted to Kofi Okyere Darko's Facebook post by asserting that,
“Where you know am from”, he said.
Nonetheless, Kofi Okyere Darko responded that he doesn’t have to know her before he can wish her happy birthday.
Besides, he doesn’t know Junior Jah but he is on his Facebook page.
“I don’t have to. It’s appreciation of the firm. I don’t think you know me but you’re here commenting. I don’t know you so I’m not on your wall. You dig? Sometimes you don’t have to” he said.
He wrote this on Facebook today.
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