- Veteran actress Shan George has expressed displeasure at people who allow fame to get into their heads
- Shan said that such people should not think that they are God to others
- The veteran entertainer urged these people to change
Veteran actress Shan George has taken to her social media page to lambast people who think that others cannot do without them.
In a video she shared online, the film star said that her message was directed at people who allow money, fame, power, position of authority, get into their head.
Urging them to change for the better, the screen goddess said that such people cannot be God to anyone. According to her, she and others have been rising without such people.
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"We have been Rising without u, and we will keep Rising without you. If you think that without you, someone will not make it or without you, someone can't achieve something, you are wasting your time. You are not God, you are not God to anyone neither will you be God to someone. God is still God," the actress said.
Watch the video below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Shan called out people disguised as friends showing her fake love.
According to the filmmaker, some people call themselves her friends and even refer to her as big sis or mummy but they are never willing to let her benefit from them. She added that they even demand payment for services that they do free of charge for other people.
Speaking further, the actress said that all that should end and that they can keep the big sis or mummy tags they call her to themselves.
In another story, Shan said she's scared of remarrying after 3 failed marriages.
The 49-year-old grandmother said that she is scared of giving marriage another chance again. According to her chat with The Sun, the beautiful fair woman said that she would have considered marriage again but for the fact that she is scared.
Speaking on how she copes with lonely moments, the mother of two said that her work does not give her the time to be lonely.