Sonnie Badu threatens to sue Kwadwo Sheldon (VIDEO)

Gospel musician, Sonnie Badu has warned Ghanaian youth in general against disrespecting others who are older and much experienced than they are only because they have access to social media.

The musician cum preacher posted a Facebook Live video on Tuesday, Ap

ril 6, addressing issues relating to social media trolls directed at him after he had claimed to have obtained three degrees within four months.

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In his address on how young Ghanaians were being disrespectful, he singled out rising YouTuber, Kwadwo Sheldon, tasking the content creator to be respectful and desist from profiting by exposing others to public ridicule and insults.

“The young man called Kwadwo Sheldon, I’m here for violence; brother man, I respect you. I respect you, I love the work you do, but kindly respect others as well. Ok, I love you. I respect you kindly respect others too, please do that.

“You don’t go and insult me, I have never insulted you before, I am much older than you, you don’t go and insult me, you don’t do that. You don’t,” he stressed.

He added “Have you ever promoted any book I have written? No, you haven’t. But you are busy trending and there are adverts playing, you are making money, you are making money, that is not nice.”

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Threatening Kwadwo Sheldon, he added “My lawyers will come. The money you are making, you’re gonna come to America. I will give you an invitation to come to America to come and prove whatever you said. I don’t mind doing that, I can give you that invitation, I can do that,” he said.

The video in question was posted by Sheldon on Tuesday, titled “Sonnie Badu And The F@ke Degrees,” it had gotten over 33,000 views at the time of filing this report.

The trolls started when the singer posted over the weekend that he had obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Ministry, a Master’s degree in Christian leadership, and a Doctorate in Musicology within a four-month time frame.

Watch the video: