You’re Saying Wealth Won’t Come to You: Bolanle Olukanni Tells Those That Think Most Rich People Do Fraud

You’re Saying Wealth Won’t Come to You: Bolanle Olukanni Tells Those That Think Most Rich People Do Fraud

  • Media personality Bolanle Olukanni has taken to social media to address people that are always suspicious of the rich
  • The media personality stated that suspicion is a negative emotion that takes a lot of energy from someone
  • Bolanle noted that instead of being suspicious, one could be inspired by the good work of such a rich person

Media personality Bolanle Olukanni told people who are always suspicious of the rich that they are indirectly telling themselves that they can't be rich unless they also do fraud.

Bolanle stated that suspicion limits the ability of a person to see opportunities when they present themselves.

Bolanle Olukanni
Bolanle Olukanni addresses those that think most rich people do fraud. Photos: @bolanle
Source: Instagram

She wrote:

"Not naive. Just not suspicious of everything and everyone. It’s a negative emotion and I believe that it takes more energy to be in so much suspicion. Also it’s important to be inspired by others so you know good things are possible. If they can do it , why NOT you. The glass is half full ..not half empty . If something doesn’t feel right I don’t deny it , but I also don’t dwell on it unless it has to do with my direct pocket and biznessss . Otherwise I am minding mines and moving on."

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Bolanle's followers share their opinions

emmalex14:

"Words to live by."

sanzye:

"Louder!!!! Absolute truth."

eniolakeziah:

"This is so profound."

princessobilor:

"Like more optimism and less pessimism could go a long long way."

emmanuel.ofie:

"You can be rich without doing fraud. But acquiring wealth may demand you to. Take a case study of 50 wealthy people around you to understand my point. Excludes generational wealth."

faustinaokomayin

"Well said!!"

oyinofjedi

"Spot on."

chinweo_esq:

"Riches and wealth attract attention and that's why most people find things to say when they feel entitled to one's means of acquisition. The point is except you have proof that one's wealth or livelihood is attached to "fraud". Let people be and seek your own wealth as you so please."

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Legit.ng took to its Facebook page to ask its followers why many feel most successful Nigerian celebrities must be doing something illegal.

A young man called Segun Michael said it's the poverty mentality that is running through the blood of most people, asking if God can't bless people.

Ezenwa Samson stated that it is because of the suddenness in the person's success.

Source: Legit.ng

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Sola Oloruni Sola Oloruni is a journalist with over four years of experience in the media industry. At Legit.ng, she used to ensure entertainment stories were accurate, easy-to-read, and captivating for readers. Sola is passionate about social development and women's health.

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