Nigerian Actor, Tokunbo Awoga, has revealed that many of his colleagues live fake lives. He mentioned that many actresses who love to flaunt cars they claim to have newly acquire got the rides on higher purchases.
In an Instagram post, Awoga narrate how an actress still warms the bed of a car dealer who have her a car just to pose on Instagram with. He advised that “it’s wiser to buy a bag of 50k and have 1million in it than to buy a bag of 1million and have 50k in it”.
Tokunbo Awoga wrote on his instagram page:
”I seriously don’t know what is wrong with people these days, you post houses, cars etc… You do a picture mix of yourself with the car and all post and start begging peeps to help you repost please how much is that repost bringing to your table???
Yes, it’s good to have the good things of life but you must learn these things are not for public display, they are your personal achievement.. You don’t need to buy a car and tell us about your life drama, we care less… It doesn’t mean we are not happy for you but a yoruba adage says “Ti isu eni ba ta, a man fi owo bo je ni”
A lot of people have done worse things trying to live up to the fakeness they see on IG, some even borrow cars and all to post just to live the fake life,
I know of some actually warming the bed of car dealers just to come to IG every 5-6months to post cars that were given to them just temporarily….
When you don’t even have a steady income as an upcoming actor and you went to get an higher purchase car of 6million and above and only dropped 1million, please how do you intend paying the rest, how much are you bn paid per movie, what’s the sense in this foolishness??”
Tokunbo Awoga is a seasoned movie director and actor, known for Èbúté (2010), Olaide irawo (2007) and Femi oko mummy (2008).