Many people are depressed because they feel they can't keep up - Eldee

Many people are depressed because they feel they can't keep up - Eldee

Nigerian veteran Eldee has taken to Instagram to extensively weigh i on an issue of general interest, something which has to do with social media. Lately, quite a lot of people have been coming out to say that they are depressed. The reason for their depression has been attributed to the lavish social media lifestyle some celebrities and people are known to live.

While a lot of people going on platforms like Instagram to post pictures of their glamorous, eventful and colourful life, some other folks who are barely managing to survive bear the brunt of their grand showiness so that they feel depressed from comparing their own lives with that of these social media influencers.

Eldee the Don took to his Instagram page to talk about the adverse effect of the social media lifestyle that many were living. According to him, living for the gram has led other simple-minded people who feel they cannot keep up to be depressed.

Even more, the veteran singer admonished people to start keeping it real. For him, not lying to others on social media or making peeps to feel unnecessary pressure is not the way to go as it only hampered the well-being of people.

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Eldee made these statements on his Instagram page through his Instastory. He made sure to pour out his mind and also drop nuggets that people should work on.

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See his post below:

Many people are depressed because they feel they can't keep up - Eldee

Many people are depressed because they feel they can't keep up - Eldee Source: Eldeethedon/Instagram
Source: Instagram

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Talking about what Eldee pointed out in his campaign against ‘fake life’, some singers like Harrysong and YQ recently took to their pages to reveal that they were once depressed. Their passionate pleas to be saved from this mental condition made many fans reach out to them.

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Instagram comedian Oyemykke also admonished Nigerians not to feel pressured by what they see on social media as seventy percent of the posts showing lavish lifestyles were mostly lies. His words were backed up by dancer Kaffy who opened up on her struggles with depression and told her fans to keep it real.

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