Funke Akindele has joined the list of celebrities who are tired of people living above their means and she has a message for them.
The award-winning actress took to her Instagram page on Thursday, September 27, 2018, where she delivered her message. According to her, there is no need for anyone to go after luxury items when they cannot afford them.
“It’s not by force to do designer shoes and bags. Pls, it’s not by force! No competition in it o. If you can afford it, buy it, if not buy cheaper brands,” she wrote. She went on to say that all that glitters isn’t gold and as such, we should always ensure to be true to ourselves.
“Remember that all that glitters isn’t gold o!! Always ensure that you are true to yourself! Don’t get carried away by all you see on social media! Different strokes for different folks. Just take a step at a time and you will surely get there,” she concluded.
Hmmmm…guys looks like some of our celebrities are shaking tables and we don’t even know who’s on them. Recall that in a recent interview with Genevieve Magazine, Joke Silva made similar comments where she said people shouldn’t be deceived by all they see on social media.
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“Don’t be deceived by what goes on on social media”- Joke Silva says
All that glitters they say isn’t gold as Joke Silva wants you all not to be deceived by what goes on social media in the lives of celebrities. The veteran actress made this known during an interview with Genevieve Magazine for their September edition which she also is its cover girl.
According to her, actors are doing more than just acting to add to their source of income. She, however, posted a part version of that interview on her Instagram page on Thursday, September 27, 2018, with a beautiful photo.
“Don’t be deceived by what goes on on social media. Obviously, there is something else such actors are doing, perhaps other businesses to shore up their income. The reality is that on the earning capacity of an actor in Nigeria, you cannot have that sort of lifestyle in this economy. Yes, part of our industry is to have glamour but also the other part is to have reality,” she said.