- Nigerian TV personality, Eloho Idono, has taken to social media via her Instagram page to share a piece of her mind
- The TV presenter said that people should stop telling others to give to their family before giving away online
- Eloho said that the true act of giving is to a stranger and not ‘entitled animals’ who hide under the guise of family
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Every family is unique and has their own kinds of problems others might not be aware of. However, strangers are made aware of underlying issues in some families due to posts shared on social media.
Just recently, a Nigerian media personality, Eloho Idono, took to social media via her Instastory to use interesting words to described entitled family members.
The TV presenter said that people should not condemn others who do online giveaways rather than giving to their family members.
According to her, the true act of giving is to strangers and not to ‘entitled animals’ who are under the guise of family to milk one dry and claim that nothing has been done for them.
See a screenshot of Eloho’s post below:
As expected, a number of people had a lot to say seeing as the TV presenter seemed to describe some of her family members as animals.
While many condemned her choice of words other acknowledged that people had family problems. Read some comments below:
Brandynwosu: Before you feed the streets make sure say your family no dey online dey beg for bread.
Serenemum: I agree! Some Families these days really feel entitled.
jeni_moneta: Still talking In the nonsense, charity begins at home hun.
Oralusi: True though. If you like give some family members 5million naira they will act as if you haven’t given them anything before.
Queensusz: Still don’t forget the people who raised you.
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that BBNaija 2019 star Omashola, took to social media to warn fans against disrespecting women.
According to him, whenever a man thinks about disrespecting a woman, he should remember how he was born into the world.
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