- Singer Erigga has said that a person's perspective determines their future
- The singer backed up his statement with a story about two brothers who grew up with an alcoholic father
- While one became an alcoholic, the other did not
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Nigerian singer Erigga has taken to his social media page to talk about perspectives. The singer said that it determines people's future.
Taking to his page on the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, Erigga narrated the story of two brothers who were raised by an alcoholic father.
According to him, one of the brothers grew to be an alcoholic, while the other didn't take any kind of alcoholic drink at all.
When the alcoholic brother was questioned, he said that he watched his father and the other brother who did not take alcohol said he also watched his father.
With that, the singer stated that the way people see things determines their future.
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Many of the singer's followers agreed with him as they also shared their own opinion.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Erigga said maturity is when men break up with their exes and still give them money.
The singer made a case for women who are no longer together with their boyfriends. According to him, they deserve to be treated with love just as when they were together with their men.
Erigga said that men have to continue taking care of their ex-girlfriends and care for them until they find another boyfriend who can then continue from where they stopped.
In another story, Erigga said that 90% of ladies don’t marry who they love but who is ready.
The rapper took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to speak on why pain and bitterness exist in marriages. According to him, this is because 90% of women don't marry who they love, but who is available.
The post which went viral received several reactions from Twitter users. While some agreed, there were some who tried to justify why women marry the people they do.
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