‘I am Cait’ African lovers attack Nigerians after show halt in the continent

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    Caitlyn Jenner‘s transgender reality TV series – I am Cait – was recently pulled off from its African cable network following a number of complaints by viewers Nigerians.

    Multichoice’s DSTV service broadcasts to the whole continent and critics are worried that this decision may be setting a precedent where a single country can effectively decide what TV viewers across the whole continent can watch.

    Some Africans (especially the South Africans) came for Nigerians online while others pour out their opinion on the matter…

    So the rest of us won’t be able to watch I Am Cait because the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission ?????????

    — Kgosi Jimmy Sethoko (@KgosiSethoko) May 27, 2016

    Those of your that pressured DSTV to cancel “I am Cait”, I hope naira will be stronger now and you will have better power supply

    — ThatPortharcourtBoy (@FabulousGuy_) May 27, 2016

    This has got to come to an end we are not nigerians & its law should not affect us at all @TVwithThinus @MultiChoice @NBCUniversal @IAmCait

    — Wanda KLD (@wanda_kld) May 27, 2016

    @MultiChoice I’m sorry but exactly why does Nigeria get to say what goes on DSTV for all of Africa? Enabling their bigots… #IAmCait

    — Kyle Bristow (@Animated_wolf) May 27, 2016

    @dstv when you increase our subscription in RSA, do you consult them first or you just do it… I am Cait..you are not fair at all

    — Renzo Sithole (@RenzoSithole) May 27, 2016

    @dstv I hav rights as well, i pay for premium n u are doing dis #bringback I am Cait, Pull it out dey can watch Ebony tv

    — Renzo Sithole (@RenzoSithole) May 27, 2016

    Hey @JennyBoylan African satellite station @DStv will NOT be showing I Am Cait …Read More

    Source:: The NET