Money, they say, is a visitor which comes and goes as soon as it came, especially if not spent wisely or invested to yield more. Gospel singer Frank Edwards seem to understand this, likewise the pressure to stay trendy, and has taken to Instagram to borrow his fans and followers some sense.
In today’s world of social media where a lot of luxury is seen on the internet, it is very easy for one to fall into depression for not having such, do all it takes to have such, even if it means spending one’s last card or just speak to one’s self and choose to look away with the hope that the future is bright and more goodies will come.
In a 3-slide Instagram story, Frank Edwards rather urged his fans to chose the latest, and rather buy what they need in the stead of things that are trending. Using an instance of the so many pieces of clothing laying for years without use in people’s wardrobes, Frank Edwards wrote, “Most people are living other peoples live just because they wanted to compete and meet up with peer pressure”, he began.
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“That clothing or thing hanging at yours unused for months do you remember when it looked like if you dont get it you’ll die just because your mates were buying it. but now you see it hanging and look away yes thats how unimportant it has always been even before you got it buy what you need not what ever is trending extra money is for investment not for jaye jaye”, he added.
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