Uju Anya, US-based Nigerian Professor, took to her Twitter page to appreciate Nigerians for pitching their tent behind her after her tweet about the Queen of England went viral.
Recall that last Friday, ‘Uju Anya’ went viral on Twitter because of a controversial tweet she put out after the queen’s health condition was made public.
In the tweet, she described Queen Elizabeth as the “chief monarch of a thieving r@ping genocidal empire” and wished her an excruciating de@th.
Her tweet reads,
“I heard the chief monarch of a th!eving r@ping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her p@in be excruciating.
I only wish my hatred had the effect on her that her monarchy had on my people.”
After the monarch passed away, Her post attracted a mixed reactions with some people in support while others att@cked her.
However, some people, especially Nigerians who stood gallantly behind her and said her anger at the Queen was justified.
Uju has now taken to Twitter to thank Nigerians for supporting her but added a caveat that she’s still g@y.
She tweeted on Tuesday morning, September 13,
“+234 Twitter, good morning. I give you special thanks for riding hardest for me. My Nigerian people, especially in and from Alaigbo, saw how much I love you and showed me love back. Together we shared our p@in and taught the world our history. Thank you.
P.S. I am still a g@y.”