April 08, 2020
"The Real" co-host Tamera Mowry's husband, Adam Housley, became the object of criticism after he shared his opinion about the state of South Africa, amid Coronavirus.
Some South African fans are unhappy with Tamera Mowry's hubby, Adam Housley after he made some comments about the state of health in the country regarding Coronavirus.
It wasn't a good day on Twitter as trolls lashed out at his tweet while they considered it condescending and insensitive.
In the now-deleted tweet, Housley made it known that the country had enormous underlying HIV cases and other illnesses. Still, according to him, they were concentrating on COVID-19 and getting body bags.
The American socialite started by expressing his worries because he has friends in South Africa. He then went on to put up statistics on the state of health in the country. He added that the health care system in South Africa was "understaffed" and "underfunded."
Following his series of tweets, the dad-of-two didn't receive welcoming replies from tweeps who made it known that his news was fake and uncalled for. Someone wrote: "Yes, It's fake news that 1 million body bags have been delivered in South Africa…"
Back in 2018, the TV personality quit his job at Fox News, and this caused quite a stir among tweeps.
However, after he saw the comments and replies about his tweets, Housley took them down. Another wrote in response to the follow-up tweet: "Thank you, my African people, it seems @adamhousley finally got woke…"
This isn't the first time the award-winning journalist went under fire as he once criticized for his job as a Fox News Staff. This time, his star wife, Tamera Mowry, was at the helm of affairs as she defended her hubby.
On one of the episodes of "The Real," the "Twitches" star could be seen hammering on the fact that her Husband wasn't racist. She said, "I'm gonna look in that camera right there and let everybody know my husband is not a racist."
ADAM VS TWITTER
It is safe to say that Housley is quite the sensation on Twitter after he also got attention on the "opinion-airing" app. Back in 2018, the TV personality quit his job at Fox News, and this caused quite a stir among tweeps.
Fans were more or less excited that he stopped working at the news franchise because of the built-up criticisms surrounding Fox News about their choice of content.
A source revealed to Politico that the Senior reporter was not in tune with some of the news produced by the news outlet and has opted to be in his family's winery business.