The minister of finance is to appear in parliament today so is all the heads of ministers should be there to listen to the budget that would be read to the public. Agric minister appeared with bald head and Kevin Taylor took to his social media wall to mock the minister for not applying hair dye to his hair before coming to the august house of parliament.
Kevin Taylor stated that "Ghana, Your Agric minister was in a rush to parliament today so he forgot to apply YOMO to his hair. He is going bald and his real age is showing today. I Come in Peace oo 😂😂😂," but Ghanaians disagree with him and descend on him for mocking the minister.
Yesterday, Kevin Taylor and Ghanaians together mocked Agric minister after traders in the country caught him lying about food prices in the country but the table has turned today against Kevin Taylor.
Today, Ghanaians are saying that what Kevin Taylor is trying to do to the minister is not fair and stated that his post does not make sense.
"This isn't funny at all. You're just being plane mean. You could attack his work but not his physical image! Has old age also become a defect to ridicule about? Well, let me pass in peace" someone told Kevin Taylor.
"How is this funny? Personally I don't like this man but making fun with this is not funny, wait until you reach his age. Grow up brother" another Ghanaian angrily stated.
"There is no sense in what you just post, your post is irrelevant" another Ghanaian reacted.
Although some people joined Kevin Taylor to mock the minister but majority of Ghanaians thought that Kevin Taylor can make fun of the Minister's work but not his physical body.
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