Whoopi Goldberg has not ruled out the possibility of leaving the United States, with her next destination predictably Sierra Leone, Sierraloaded can reveal.
The Oscar winning actress in TV Programme monitored by Sierraloaded said she would be tempted to leave the United States if GOP front-runner Donald Trump wins the presidency.
Goldberg made her statement on The View daily talk show while discussing Trump’s comments about illegal immigration and restricting Muslims from entering the U.S. until they can be properly vetted.
“The minute you start pointing and saying that person is a rapist and a murderer, it pisses me off because I’ve been part of that when they just use a blanket statement to talk about black people or when they use a blanket statement to talk about white people or women or any other group,” Goldberg said, adding that is not the country she knows and loves.
Goldberg said she had enough money she could move to another country and would consider it if Trump became president.
“I don’t think that’s America. I don’t want it to be America. Maybe it’s time for me to move, you know,” she said.
The ‘Sarafina’ star actress has been recently linked to Sierra Leone and may be considering a return to the west African country in 2017, observers told Sierraloaded.
Taking note the reason why She might want to leave the States, Observers further told Sierraloaded that Whoopi’s preferred destination has to be a religious tolerant country, with Sierra Leone on the front line.
It has earlier been revealed that Goldberg’s DNA history shows she is from the Kroo and Mende people of Sierra Leone contrary to other reports that she came from Guinea Bissau.
The 60-Year old Actress was born in New York. Caryn Elaine Johnson was her real name before she later became known as Whoopi Goldberg. The former school teacher starred in several hits movies. She has won several movie awards including Grammy awards and the Oscars. She was rumored to be the highest paid actress in film.
With Donald Trump also among the front line candidates for the U.S Presidential election scheduled for this November, Sierra Leone should probably be ready to make history.