- Popular Nigerian actor, IK Ogbonna, recently took to social media to address fans and advise his colleagues
- The movie star said celebrity status did not keep them immune from going broke
- IK also advised them to invest wisely because nobody would care for them during rainy days
Handsome Nollywood actor, IK Ogbonna, recently took to his Instagram page to advise his colleagues and to also address fans who felt they were rolling in money.
In posts shared on his Instagram story, the movie star said despite being celebrities, they also go broke. He even added that they had pay days as well.
Writing further, the movie star added that there would be big problems for celebrities who did not invest wisely because they wanted to impress others.
According to him, people would ignore them when they can no longer fend for themselves or are going through tough times.
See screenshots of his posts below:
The movie star’s post seemed to hit home as it raised numerous reactions on social media. While some people agreed that some celebs only lived to impress others, a few internet users were of the opinion that the advisers on social media had outnumbered the listeners.
Read what some of them had to say below:
"Everyone is a Damm advice giver! Who are the listeners now?"
"Applies to everyone too"
"Of course...acquiring a celebrity status is not tantamount to being financially liberated."
"Nigerian celebrities hardly even have money, except the top class celebs."
"That's the true,but the pressure the unrealistic expectations from fans,won't let some of you live your normal life,Enough of Motivational speakers biko"
In other celebrity-related news, Legit.ng reported that veteran actor, Kanayo O Kanayo, recently took to social media to tell fans the kind of person to avoid taking advice from.
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The veteran actor in a note shared on his Instagram page said that people should desist from sharing their problems with those who have no solution for it.
Explaining further, KOK as he is also called, added that people who never succeed were usually fond of telling people how to do things.
He said not everybody has the right to make pronouncements on a person’s life, not even preachers.
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