Sometimes it is best to keep things private, Dayo Amusa advises fans

Sometimes it is best to keep things private, Dayo Amusa advises fans

- Dayo Amusa has taken to social media to advise people on the need to be private about their lives

- According to the film star, not everyone wants to see them happy

- Amusa is of the opinion that people need to be conscious and observant

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Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Dayo Amusa, has taken to social media to dish out some interesting advice on why people need to live private lives.

According to the actress with a huge Instagram following of 2.1 million, it is best to keep things private sometimes as not everyone has one's best interest at heart.

Sometimes it is best to keep things private, Dayo Amusa writes
Sometimes it is best to keep things private, Dayo Amusa writes
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The screen goddess shared a writeup that preached about dating, loving, being happy and living in private as that way, one can take losses, maintain and rebuild oneself in private.

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She accompanied the post with a caption: "Sometimes it is best to keep things private! I do that a lot lately. Not everyone wants what is best for you or have your interest at heart. They are just curious about how you do all that you do.

They want to know who’s making you happy, what is making you happy or the reason behind your growth and success. My dear! Be conscious and observant."

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Some months ago, she spoke out about being independent. In a lengthy Instagram post, the actress who doubles as a singer spoke about taking charge of her life and being responsible for the decisions she makes in her life.

She also stated that being a woman does not make her less than a man. Talking about being an independent woman, she stated that it does not mean she hates men or that she won't submit to a man.

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Meanwhile, Nollywood actress turned singer, Angela Okori, has taken to social media to share her thoughts about how the world is reacting to the death of Hollywood actor and Black Panther star, Chadwick Boseman.

In a recent video shared to her Instagram post, she questioned why people didn't celebrate Chadwick during the 4 years that he battled with colon cancer that eventually claimed his life.

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