Joke Silva and netizens involve in a heated exchange over tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

Veteran Nollywood actress, Joke Silva involves in a heated exchange with netizens who expressed utmost displeasure over her tribute to late, Queen Elizabeth II.

Recall Intel Region reported that Queen Elizabeth died yesterday, September 8th 2022 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland after 70 years of remarkable service to the world.

The late Queen lived through wars, colonial times and pandemics before passing away due to a short illness.

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The late Queen lived through wars, colonial times and pandemics before passing away due to a short illness.

Reacting to the death of Queen Elizabeth, Joke Silva mourned the late British monarch in a post via her verified Instagram page on Thursday night.

Sharing a video, Joke Silva wrote; “Her Majesty dedicated her life to service, to her country and commonwealth….with grace. And with grace she has started her next journey. RIP Queen Elizabeth II. Condolences to the Royal family.”

See the post below;

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However, fans took to the comment section of Joke Silva post and frowned at her tribute to the late queen Elizabeth II.

An Instagram user identified as iam_oyakhilome wrote;  Mama, this people loot us woto woto o… you na our mummy and so no wham… 🙌🙌❤️.

Responding to the IG user, Joke Silva said; “@iam_oyakhilome ☺️ you don’t have to like her because I do.”

Another Instagram user identified as @lenubienne wrote;  Oh, no. This is not the move, Auntie.

Reacting, Joke Silva said; “My niece don’t like the Queen.”

Joke’s niece replied back; “lenubienne @ajokesilva not at all; millions have been killed and captured under her reign, she NEVER apologized for slavery, and she died filthy rich on the backs and hard work of oppressed people from dozens of countries The Crown colonized. May she rest in the same peace that her (in)action caused her colonial subjects.”

Queen Elizabeth

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