Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim has cautioned the youth not to let the so-called good life people portray on social media sway them into making money through foul means.
In recent times, the trend on social media has been the flaunting of extreme luxury and wealth. This causes unnecessary competition which mostly ends in some persons seeking to make money even through foul means in order to also enjoy such luxury.
In reaction to such posts and the unnecessary pressure they give to the youth, in particular, Actress Juliet Ibrahim has advised that people should not fall for the fake lifestyle portrayed on social media.
“Don’t trust everything You see on social media, even salt looks like sugar.
Some people aren’t really all they “post” to be…
So, live your life and be content with whatever it is you have and have achieved for yourself”. She wrote.