Try Not to Pretend Your Hard Work Is the Source of Your Money – Actor Deyemi Okanlawon
Nollywood actor, Deyemi Okanlawon has passed a subtle troll at politicians and other wealthy people. He stated that they should stop pretending that their wealth is as a result of hardwork.
The actor in a tweet on the microbogging platform, stated that everyone is entitled to live their life the way they choose and make decisions as they wish.
However they should not pretend that their hardwork is the source of their wealth and luxurious lifestyles.
According to him politicians and wealthy people should own up to the source of their wealth and not confuse those that are hustling.
In his words,
“Anyone man/woman is entitled to:
1 Whatever life they choose
2 Whatever decisions they make
3 Consequences of the above if any
Just try not to pretend your hard work is the source of your money/lifestyle & cause confusion & despair in the lives of our hustling younger ones!
This public service announcement is for Nigerian politicians and any one else concerned as well”.
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