Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim has also taken upon her self to draw people’s attention on the fake lives many social media influences live on social media which poss pressure on people.
people begin to crave wealth due to what they see on social media, especially the post and boost of wealth many celebrities showcase which somehow may not be real.
this pressure sometimes gets most of the youth into many social vices acts with the idea of gaining money very fast. the increasing number of fraudsters in most parts of West Africa can be attributed to these pressures from celebrities.
Addressing this issue, the mother of one took to a post on Instagram to advised that we must be content with what we have and should not fall prey to the fake lavish lives we see on social media.
the post was actualluy a picture of herself and sharing it she captione:
“Don’t trust everything You see on social media, even salt looks like sugar. Some people aren’t really all they “post” to be…
So, live your life and be content with whatever it is you have and have achieved for yourself. Do not wish to be like anyone else. The secret of social media is; Packaging is EVERYTHING! Don’t be misled. 💪😊💯✌️ #atoasttolife #dreambig #workhard #stayfocused
see her post below: