- Iretiola Doyle has described Nigerian Twitter as destructive
- The actress revealed that people rarely get justice on the platform
- Iretiola went on to warn followers to tread carefully
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Nollywood actress Iretiola Doyle has made a case against the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter. According to her, for people who come to share their stories, it is rarely about getting justice.
The film actress noted that some people were indeed doing good works on the platform, however, Twitter is rarely about giving justice to people. The screen goddess noted that it is more about destruction.
According to her, when people know this, they would know peace and tread carefully.
Over the years, social media platforms have served as a channel where people cry out for help in the hope that they would gain the world's attention and eventually get help.
For some people, they indeed get the help they seek, others, however, may be laughed at and their stories tagged untrue. This is depending on how readers perceive it to be.
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Meanwhile, of all the platforms, Twitter has become a major place where people, especially Nigerian youths share their stories. While some share false stories to gain attention, others share their true life stories and some may even come on the platform to seek help.
Sadly, not everyone who comes on the platform for help gets it. While some get it, they are quickly reminded of their matter whenever they do or say something that does not please other people.
It is no wonder the actress is warning people to be careful of how they interact or share things on the platform. According to her, it is rarely about justice.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that actress Victoria Inyama told fans not to be defined by poverty.
The UK-based actress encouraged her lovers not to allow themselves to be defined by anybody or any situation they find themselves in. According to her, the society they live in has already boxed them, hence, she advised that they find out who they really are by themselves.
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