Yul Edochie, Nigerian actor cum politician and son of veteran actor Pete Edochie, has sent out words to the lots of whom feel entitled to things from other people, especially social media fans, lovers, followers and critics.
Yul Edochie said this in a note he put out on his 1.8m followers Instagram page, stating that he believes someone might need it. Many times, people feel others, especially celebrities, owe them giveaways or has the duty to help their fans, and when they do not, they get slammed and trolled.Clarifying in his note, Yul Edochie stated that people are only entitled to what they work for and at such when they ask others for help, they should always use the courtesy word, ‘Please’. According to him, nobody owes them anything and people should stop the ‘I know you can do it for me’ narrative as they do not know what others are going through in their lives too. Giving a final one, Yul Edochie asked people to forget what they see on social media as people only show the little they want to show.
“The only thing you are entitled to in this world is that thing you have worked for. So when asking for help, always add the word ‘please’. Nobody owes you anything. And never say to anyone, ‘I know you can do it for me’, you know nothing about other people’s lives. Forget what you see on social media, people only show you the little they want to show you. You don’t know the rest. Good luck. Yul Edochie. TRENDING VIDEO OF THE DAY: Things To Know About Miriam Olusanya, GTB’s First Female MD Photos Credit: Instagram