Don’t join the ‘fake it to make it’ gang —BBNaija’s Yerins

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FORMER Big Brother Naija housemate and medical doctor, Yerimene Abraham Saibakumo, popularly known as Yerins, has warned his followers not to give in to living a fake life. According to him, most people only ‘package’ on social media.

He gave this warning via his Twitter handle @yerinsabraham and also said social media isn’t real and that people hide their realities and project fake lives there. He, however, urged his followers to cut their coats according to their sizes and be happy with whatever they had.

“People are funny though, so some people think because you are a celeb you can’t take taxi or buy things at small boutiques. You better don’t be deceived. Some of your faves are on this table, just packaging for social media.

“Be yourself and don’t please anyone. Cut your coats wisely. You better don’t join the fake to make it gang. Social media isn’t real. People hide their realities and project fake lives here and you will spend time wondering ‘God when?’ No!

“Do your thing at your own pace and don’t be pressured, whatever you have, be happy with it. More will come,” he wrote.


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