- Simi recently took to social media to advise people against feeling entitled
- According to the Nigerian singer, it is a filthy spirit that people must rebuke
- The expectant mom who shared this via her official Twitter account had lots of people agreeing with her
Nigerian singer Simisola Ogunleye better known by her stage name, Simi, recently took to social media to dish out some interesting food for thought about entitlement and how destructive the feeling is.
In a recent tweet, the Duduke crooner urged people to learn to rebuke the feeling of entitlement as it holds one back.
She wrote: "Rebuke the spirit of entitlement in your life. it’s a filthy spirit and it will hold you back."
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Recall only a while ago, Simi reminded her fans why they love her so much with a recently shared video that melted hearts online.
The beautiful singer who is currently expecting her first child with singer and hubby, Adekunle Gold, posted a totally adorable video of herself dancing to her new song, Duduke.
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Videos of people grooving to the song have since circulated the internet. In fact, some go as far as portraying themselves like pregnant women with the use of folded clothes.
While many have confessed to the beauty of the song, some are wondering what the title of the song, Duduke, means. Reacting to the questions, the expectant mum said that the title of her song means beat.
Meanwhile, it is often said that family is not only by blood but by how much dedication and responsibility people take for one another.
Such is the case of a Nigerian man who recently got members of the internet community caught in their feelings after sharing the story of his family.
The individual identified as @laidetos on Twitter started off his narration by sharing how they lost their biological father before they got old enough to know what he looks like. @laidetos disclosed how his deceased father had promised their mum that he and his brother would be schooled at Kings College and Oxford University before death claimed his life.
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