The influx of social media is driving people crazy especially Ghanaians. The youths on social media are obsessed with vague likes, shares and comments which in reality doesn’t add a pesewa to one’s account balance.
Funny enough to the extent that on social media, everyone is a millionaire and every lady is beautiful. Lol 😂. Simply put, social media users just post anything for vague likes, shares and comments without thinking about the repercussion – both long and short term.
Back to the subject matter, manager of the late Nana Yaw Opoku, affectionately called Junior Us has cautioned the youth against flaunting of money.
The Sierra Leone born Abdul, who used to manage the late Junior Us says the act of flaunting money on social media is a bad. According to Abdul, it’s a bad habit as it’s likely to entice people to come after you.
Speaking about the death of his boy, Junior Us, he said many people are hungry so if they see you flaunt money on social media, they will come after you to rob you.
He concluded that, those who assassinated Junior Us might have invaded the house to rob him off the money he flaunted days before the unfortunate event.
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