Recently, a video surfaced on social media capturing the actress arriving at the assembly complex in one car and later leaving in another car after the conclusion of her business at the venue business.
What caught the attention of many Nigerians in the video was the humble and respectful manner in which the young actress was greeted by older women who were clearly not of her age group.
This display of respect and honor resonated with viewers.
The video has sparked conversations among Nigerians, with some expressing their determination to attain financial success through various means.
See some reactions below:
Jamal: “I must get money o, otherwise the pikin wey dey my street no go complete.”
Aunty Nurse: “Mothers that might have her age mate and the ones that senior her at home stood up just to greet her, I’ll make money in this life!… it’s a must.”
móomole: This video doesn’t sit well with me cos I don’t see myself bowing to someone younger than me cos of wealth or position can’t be me.”
Mr. Experience: “This girl mama try for her. She really set her up for enjoyment. Another reason why I say.. “Men are always in their prime. Just focus dey hustle.. No reason nyash.. Anytime you make am, you go marry Under 23.”
Bae Hunter: “This “God punish poverty” mantra is becoming increasingly revolting some sort. If you see someone flaunting wealth or just in their own way enjoying their wealth, don’t flinch. Appreciating stuff is one thing, turning it into a lifestyle is secularism, objectionable & execrable.”
Irunnia: “Everyone is hyping Ned now. This is why they say Men’s value increase as they get older. Money good abeg.”
Snoocie: “Just imagine say this video na about Tinubu & the First Lady, Obidients go dey cry under this comment, even course their generation join. Hypocrisy is your living breath, me sef I join to cause poverty.”