Sister Derby has made a controversial Tweet on Twitter in response to critics who have issues with women who show skin when they dress.
According to Sister Derby, even Jesus Christ was half naked on the cross, and that if Christians have issues with n*dity, then should have covered him before printing out such pictures of him on the cross.
Her comment comes after fellow actress, Efia Odo made a tweet about critics slamming people who show skin in their dresses.
Efia Odo had tweeted; “Same social media platform that has people like me who dress showing skin also has other influencers who might cover up more. People choose who they relate to more, If you like someone then just like them for their positives and leave the negatives!”
Then Sister Derby in retweeted her tweet, added; “But how can showing skin in Ghana even be a negative when it’s so hot?! Even Jesus Christ was half naked on the cross and if it was harmful to us then Christians should’ve dressed him in post presentations at least. Or?”
See the tweet below:
But how can showing skin in Ghana even be a negative when it’s so hot?! Even Jesus Christ was half naked on the cross and if it was harmful to us then Christians should’ve dressed him in post presentations at least. Or? https://t.co/7ueVVt2W7X
— Sister Deborah (@deborahvanessa7) January 24, 2019
Efia Odo then comes in with a reply saying, such people who have issues with women showing skin are hypocrites.
My sister these people are just hypocrites I swear. What is wrong with showing skin 🙄 it’s their filthy minds that makes them see it soo wrong.
— efiaodo (@efiaodo1) January 24, 2019
Her comment have pissed some people on Social media, by using Christ as an example.
Your first statement is understandable but your analogy with "Jesus Christ " is flawed! He was crucified in that state. And it's a representation of the suffering He endured for us as Christians. I get your point but another illustration would have been better
— Junior 🇬🇭 🇬🇧® (@kmtakyi) January 24, 2019
I think she's finding it hard to come to terms with the break-up hence flawed analogy
— Sheikh Donzy (@ZinedineDonzy) January 25, 2019