- BBNaija Tacha recently shared her thoughts on people's expectations about her money
- The Pepper Dem star said she can't give out money just because others do so
- Tacha stated that people should be allowed to spend their money the way it pleases them
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BBNaija Pepper Dem star Tacha has taken to her official Twitter page to let people know that she can choose to do whatever she wants with her money.
According to her, people have different flows of income and they have different ways they spend it.
The controversial reality star noted that no one should expect her to give her money to people just because others are doing that.
Tacha noted that people who always give their money away do not make it the way she does.
The reality star stated that people should spend their money however they like and without pressure from others.
On various social media platforms, it is quite common to see some people challenging the rich on how they spend their money. According to these people, the rich should rather spend money bettering society than lavishing it on vain things.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that BBNaija’s Tacha shaded people with enemies.
According to her, life is really simple and some people make it very tough on purpose by having numerous enemies.
Explaining further, Tacha added that this life is only one and that people should just live and breathe.
In no time, fans took to her comment section to share their thoughts about her post. Some people said that Tacha should actually take her advice because she had many enemies while others agreed with her.
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