Actress Monalisa Chinda tackles people who bring private matters to social media

Actress Monalisa Chinda tackles people who bring private matters to social media

- Nollywood's Monalisa Chinda has expressed reservations for people who bring private matters to social media

- The actress in an Instatory post described it as a foolish action

- Monalisa also pleaded with people not to engage mean posts that they spot on the internet

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Nollywood actress Monalisa Chinda recently took to her page on Instagram to address an issue that seems to have been baffling her for some time.

The movie star via an Instastory post wondered why people resort to bring their private matters to the online community.

Monalisa in her post tagged the action as foolish and asked why people have to resort to doing so.

"What on earth do people address private issues (be it business, relationships, etc) on social media? What sort of foolishness is this?"

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In a different portion of the post, the Nollywood actress called on people not to spend time engaging mean and wicked posts that they come across online.

Check out the post below:

Actress Monalisa Chinda tackles people who bring private matters to social media
Actress Monalisa Chinda addresses those who settle private matters online. Photo: @monalisacode
Source: Instagram

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Fans on social media seem to agree with the actress. Read what some of them had to say below:

gylliananthonette said:

"My own is why will u video urself with filter crying and post it."

w.u.r.a.h said:

"Fact..but you see for this social media ehnn...nah foolishness dey sell pass walahi."

iam_karl3x said:

"A lot of Sick and Depressed people online . Misery loves company."

macleodm_ said:

"They just want us to talk and advice them, so they can tell us it’s their life and they don’t need our advice."

Some months ago, reported that the actress in a social media post talked about her experience with body-shaming. Monalisa revealed she had been called all sorts of names because of her body. The ivory actress advised people not to let bullying get to them and should always keep their heads up.

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"I have been there.. Body shaming et all.. Someone once called me miss piggie! But does that define me? NO! It defines that person!! Keep your head high and be the best you can be for the author and finisher of your faith.... After all we are all never enough... That is life.."

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