BBNaija Enkay cautious those who ‘share too much on social media’

Ede Nkechinyere cautious those who 'share too much on social media' lailasnews


Ede Nkechinyere took to Twitter to cautious those who share too much of their private lives on social media.

According to her, most people on social media don’t actually wish you well, and it is not safe to share your private live on the platform.

In a series of Tweets on the platform, she explained why she never would share some details on social media. She wrote;

Y’all share way too much on SM.A lot of mean people out there. You can say all you want about me but I’m happy no one knows about my family and my friends. God forbid I let you people troll them. You won’t even see their pictures. Vile people everywhere,smh.

Some of you drag people’s families all for what? Do you know them? A lot of you should be ashamed of yourselves. I keep quiet over a lot of things but this is beyond silence. STOP TROLLING PEOPLE. YOU DON’T KNOW THEM OR KNOW WHAT THEY ARE GOING THROUGH.

If you don’t like someone,WALK AWAY OR BLOCK THE PERSON. Don’t Impose your toxicity and negativity on someone else all in the name of forming savage. You look dumb and uncultured when you do that. This is 2020,get some sense.

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