- BBNaija 2019 star, Venita Akpofure, recently bared her mind about the rate of deception on social media
- The actress said that too many people lied about the things they owned or didn’t own including their age
- She also added that her post was not a sub to any party and that they should rest
Big Brother Nigeria 2019 ex-housemate, Venita, has joined the never-ending conversation about people who lived fake lives all for the gram.
In a series of posts shared on Twitter, the beautiful mother of two said that things people saw on the internet could be very deceiving and people’s lies had layers like a wedding cake.
Tweeting further, Venita wondered why people felt the need to lie about their age as she added that she recently turned 34.
She said there are people on social media who turned 35 every year since she was a 25-year-old woman, forgetting that they had peers who could open up about their lies.
See her tweets below:
Venita said when people approached her about why she chose to come clean about her age, she responded that she was actually proud of it and she does not even look it.
The reality show star then concluded her post by sharing a disclaimer to people who felt she was throwing shade at others.
She told them to rest because she was not afraid to boldly throw subs and they did not need to force one in her direction.
See post below:
In other similar news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian media personality, Toolz Oniru, took to social media to share her shocking discovery after finding out that some people bought empty designer paper bags to flex for the gram.
They forget their peers are alive with picture proof - BBNaija Venita slams celebrities lying about their ages
Toolz took to her Twitter page to share a post where someone had seemingly bought paper bags and boxes of a designer brand just to pose with online.
In her caption she wrote:
“People are now buying empty designer boxes to flex on the gram.”
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