- Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar has sent word to people who like to call others 'old' thinking it is an insult
- According to the movie star, growing old is a privilege from God that should not be taken for granted
- She also said that anyone who thinks they can insult others with their age does not want to reach old age themselves
Popular Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, recently took to social media to address people who think that calling people out for being old is insulting.
Taking to her Instagram page, the mum of one put up a beautiful photo of herself and dropped her take in the caption.
Halima said that people needed to stop using the word 'old' as a weapon of insult because it means that they do not want to live long.
She also advised them not to play God as growing old itself is a privilege.
The actress wrote:
"Stop thinking calling ppl old, is an insult. It means you don’t want to live long. It is a privilege, don’t play God."
View the post below:
Fans of the actress took to the comment section with remarks in support of her statement.
Read what some of them had to say below:
"A big privilege my dear."
"Leave them no sense at all."
"Straight up human being. love u mama @halimabubakar."
"Huge one my diva!!"
"Gbam. Soro Soke my diva you're full Of wisdom."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Halima Abubakar took to social media to advise people to run away from motivational speakers.
In the post which she shared via her official Instagram page, she stated that they should be avoided for the sake of one's mental health and general well-being.
The screen diva then implored people to turn to God and talk to him instead.