While thousands of ladies across the world are using their social media platforms to get decent jobs, promote their businesses, create useful contacts and interact towards become better, others are totally missing out in the world opportunities that come with these platforms.
Did you know that the Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram where you spend basically all your time posting those nude photos and videos of yourself and talking trash all day are all owned by a 32-year-old internet entrepreneur, Mark Zuckerberg?
Did you know that he started programming this Facebook that you do nothing with to help yourself rather than share meaningless posts at the age of 12?
Did you know that the owners of Skype, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Musical.ly and WhatsApp where you show the world how worthless and unintelligent you are, get millions daily from you and others of your kind?
Did you know that you could actually kick off a business, promote it and make a living out of it just by managing your social media platforms properly?
Why limit yourself to being a socialite or social media nudist when you can explore all your potentials and contribute to making a world a better place.
Have you ever imagined leaving the the world better than you met it, having people look up to you for all the right reasons? I bet you have no idea that there is no limit to what you can use your brain for.
A viral nude photo of a young Nigerian lady identified as “Elle Daddy” broke the internet recently where she boldly accepted to being a hoe and said she was proud of it.
This young lady is certainly not the only one involved in this kind of trend on social media but it’s high time young women realized that they are full of potentials and there is always more to offer the world or anyone than their bodies.
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