Toyin Abraham, Toolz, Mary Remmy, Yvonne Jegede, Nosa Rex, Uche Elendu and other celebrities have reacted to Mercy Johnson’s accusation against her daughter’s teacher.
The Actress in a lengthy Instagram post on Friday said that the teacher has been bullying her daughter for two weeks.
According to her, the teacher said she does not like the actress and that children of celebrities are ‘badly behaved’.
“A teacher at my child’s school has been bullying my daughter constantly for 2 weeks. She is not her class teacher yet she shows up at her class everyday to intimidate her! Uses biros to flick her hair. Tells her that she does not like her mother, tells her that celebrity kids are badly behaved and she should not bring her ‘aura, she stop feeling proud,” she wrote in parts.
Reacting to the post in the comment section, actress Toyin Abraham asked Mercy Johnson to tell her the name of the school and the teacher who bullied her child.
“Mercy you forget to write the school and teacher’s name pls,pls kindly help us put it,” she wrote.
Like Toyin, OAP Toolz also demanded the name of the teacher.
“Pls, what’s the address and teacher’s name. Let me get my baseball bat, and we can roll,” she wrote.
Comedian Real Warri Pikin condemned the teacher’s actions.
“What! this is totally unacceptable. By now the teacher ear suppose don dey bring milk ( Back to back Slap) Whenever my kids is involved I choose violence any day anytime,” She wrote.
“What does an 8yr old know about pride? I am so vexed right now. This is not acceptable. Please withdraw her from the school and please let us know the teacher’s name,” Yvonne Jegede wrote.
Nosa Rex wrote: “First..Show us her picture make we know her, take purity out of that school after dis matter cos Pretenders will set in.”
“No way this is happening!!! Sis check your dm.. this must be reported to the school proprietor. Not in that school!!!! What?? My purity?” Uche Elendu wrote.
“What! You are very calm sha. Some of us for don…..The teacher has to leave the school system. Make sure of that . Bullying a child you are paid to protect,” Mary Remmy wrote.