The hashtag #IfAfricaWasASchool started trending on Twitter and the Twitterverse got every country on the continent involved. Egypt didn't fare so well...
We don't know how, we don't know why, but the hashtag #IfAfricaWereASchool emerged out of the Serengeti and exploded onto the Twitterverse in recent days. Naturally, as one does on social media, everyone and their khalto got involved. And yes, Egypt got bashed. Apparently, we come off as stuck up, dramatic, and stuck up. Do you agree with the comments directed at Egypt? In your opinion, ##IfAfricaWereASchool, Egypt would...?
#ifafricawasaschool egypt would be that one kid who acts like he's too cool to hang out with everyone but noone even knows he exists.— hana mohammed (@HanamohHana) August 31, 2016
#IfAfricaWasASchool Egypt will be that Student who thinks he's popular but he's not,— Jacob's Daughter (@Deena2711) August 24, 2016
#IfAfricaWasASchool Egypt would be that lightskin chick who doesnt talk to anyone and dodges class to go to the private school up the road.— Birthday Girl (@ChiqqaShanna) August 24, 2016
#IfAfricaWasASchool Egypt is that overdramatic girl who will go to lengths to get all attention on her.— Oum Abruzzi (@CakeAndCustard_) August 24, 2016
#IfAfricaWasASchool Egypt would be the kid boasting about how smart they are but come results day they have nothing to show for it.— soultan (@khadij_s) August 24, 2016
#IfAfricaWasASchool Egypt would be that class of noise makers.— #ZMCA2016 (@EmzBlackOnline) July 28, 2015