Twitter users call out Mummy Zee for using derogatory term to describe daughter’s school

Deborah Olaki Adebisi, widely known as Mummy Zee, found herself embroiled in controversy after making a comment about her daughter’s school.

Mummy Zee, previously hailed for her viral revelation of waking up early to cook for her husband, faced criticism for using a derogatory term to characterize her daughter’s educational institution.

The Deemed “Shabby” School Remark

In a now-deleted post, Mummy Zee expressed her intention to change her daughter’s school, referring to its current state as “shabby.”

This choice of words did not sit well with some Twitter users, who promptly called her out for what they perceived as an insensitive characterization.

Twitter User’s Critique and Perspective

One Twitter user took a screenshot of Mummy Zee’s post and delivered a scathing critique.

The user emphasized the inappropriateness of using the term “shabby” to describe a school that accommodated Mummy Zee’s child despite charging a relatively modest fee of “10k per term.”

The critique delved into the financial challenges faced by such schools, highlighting that the seemingly low fee could impact the institution’s growth and sustainability.

The user further pointed out the need for appreciation, considering the school’s support during challenging times, suggesting that the institution was suitable for Mummy Zee’s circumstances at the time.

Mummy Zee’s Apology and Post Deletion

In response to the criticism, Mummy Zee issued an apology and promptly removed the controversial tweet.

The incident serves as a reminder of the scrutiny public figures face on social media, with words and expressions carrying the potential to evoke strong reactions and debates among the online community.

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