How Uche Jombo got more popular using Tweeter
Uche Jombo tweet have gotten her more popular than she already was. Her tweet have been shared by popular foreign media agencies like The New York Times, The Guardian and many more. The actress tweeted the complete version of Jesse Williams BET speech calling for an end to police killings, inequality and cultural appropriation. The speech was given after Jesse Williams was honoured with a humanitarian award.
The Nollywood actress took to her twitter account to express how surprised she was about the reception given to her tweet.
i have never had ths many RT and likes,my TL is LIT..feeling myself for posting this speech.monday motivation https://t.co/2TzxSrcOdk
— Uche Jombo Rodriguez (@uchejombo) June 27, 2016
According to her she has never gotten over 8000 retweets and over 9000 likes, “I have never had ths many RT and likes, my TL is LIT..feeling myself for posting this speech. Monday motivation.”
THAT my people is how to use your platform for change👊 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 #JesseWilliam 🎤mic drop🎤 #BETAwards16
Williams is the youngest member of the board of directors at The Advancement Project, a civil rights think tank and advocacy group. He is also the executive producer of Question Bridge: Black Males, a multifaceted media project, art exhibition, student and teacher curriculum and website, focused on the black male identity and the diversity within the demographic. He has written articles for CNN and The Huffington Post, and has been a guest on Wolf Blitzer’s The Situation Room.
In October 2014, as part of Ferguson October, Williams joined thousands in Ferguson, Missouri, to protest the killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer. In June 2016, he won the BET humanitarian award, delivering a speech highlighting racial injustice, police brutality, and cultural appropriation.