- Nollywood actor Mike Ezuruonye has shared the story of an unnamed person who has a G-wagon but still squats
- Mike said that this person has been parading Lagos with his new car
- The actor revealed that the person needs relief materials
Nollywood actor Mike Ezuruonye is lamenting about the fake life that some people live just to impress others. The actor took to his Instagram page to air his opinion about the subject matter.
While he did not mention names, the film star noted that someone bought a G-wagon even though that person is currently not living in their own house.
According to him, this person is squatting with someone while impressing the whole of Lagos with his new acquisition.
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Mike revealed that this same person now needs relief materials. According to the actor, living and maintaining a fake life is expensive.
The desire to impress other people has pushed many into misplacing their priorities. The urge to show others that they are also doing well or even more than them has made many take decisions that ended up hurting them.
While many attribute this kind of attitude to the pressure of social media, it reveals how such people are not contented with what they have and also to determine to do better in their daily endeavours.
Sadly, this kind of person misleads younger ones into thinking that success only has to do with material acquisition.
Hear him speak below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Bobrisky spoke about the difficulties in living a fake life.
He took to social media to address a blogger who exposed the fake life of one of the Lagos celebs. In his post, the crossdresser not only stated that living a fake life is hard, but he also went on to add that one needed a certain amount of money to even live a fake life in order to prove a point.
The male barbie also slammed the blogger to live their own fake life too now. According to him, nobody is holding their father's hand.
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