Steve Harvey Breaks Down In Tears In Ghana – Seeing Castles/Pictures Of Black Slave Trade

Home / News / Steve Harvey Breaks Down In Tears In Ghana – Seeing Castles/Pictures Of Black Slave Trade

American comedian, television host, producer, radio personality, actor, and author Steve Harvey who is currently in Ghana with his family as part of the Year of Return guests, was emotionally broken down upon visiting the Cape Coast Castle.

Mr. Harvey who could not contain the situation was seen literally shedding tears with his head bowed after tour guides conducted him and his family round the various units of the Castle, particularly the dungeons.

READ ALSO:  Veteran Actress Maame Donkor Explains That Poor Celebrities Who Beg For Money Led Reckless Lifestyle

“This was real pain I felt going back to Ghana’s slave castles…I could feel my ancestors on me… Powerful beyond words that I can explain. I encourage as many of you as possible to go HOME for your ancestors,” Harvey said in a post on Instagram.

These are Dungeons where the ancestors were kept for 2 to 3 months before shipments to be turned into slaves. Just a tiny hole was opened and that was their source of light and air.

READ ALSO:  NEWS IN: Government Has Still Not Honoured Funds It Promised Charterhouse For VGMA @ 20 Organization

READ ALSO:

Steve Harvey Visits Ghana To Mark ‘The Year Of Return’ – 400 Years Since The First Black Slaves Landed In Jamestown Virginia

 

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS/COMMENTS BELOW

comments

About Osarfo Anthony

Osarfo Anthony is a Ghanaian Arts/Entertainment Writer, Screenwriter, and Content Developer. He is the Owner/Managing Editor of Presspeep.com.Highly opinionated Osarfo has over 10 years of experience as an Art/Entertainment Writer in print and online publication. He says of his writing nose: “I write with the precision of an engineer and the depth of a sage.”

Check Also

Hollywood Actor Wesley Snipes To Visit Ghana – West Africa – He Shares The Reason Behind His Move

American superstar Wesley Snipes says he will be visiting Ghana very soon. The visit will …