Nollywood actress and drama queen, Tonto Dikeh has taken to her Instagram page to expose the fake lifestyle of celebrities.
She revealed this while advising her fans against being intimidated by celebrities social media wealth or lifestyle.
Tonto Dikeh disclose how majority of them rent money from bureau de change with the aim of showing off online and also posting their friends cars as theirs.
She noted how they always accuse others of been fake because they live such lifestyle.
She advised them to live their truth as she noted how expensive it is to live a fake lifestyle.
She disclosed how celebrities spend 300,000 to rent 5million in Ghana most go bags.
“On this app please my people don’t let anyone intimidate you with wealth or lifestyle…
Am an insider and I will tell you first hand you may be doing way better than us.
People rent money from Mallams (bureau de change) just to show you all, Post their friends cars as theirs and accuse another person of doing same cause omg them fake.
All Na job, all Na packaging!! Listen live your truth, it’s more expensive to live a fake life than to be original..
It takes almost 300K to rent 5million in Ghana most go, infact these banks are who do these deals must be arrested lol #jokes”.
In another post, she promised to introduce people to the Mallams who are involved in such acts.
She affirmed that her information is valid and advised her followers not to allow anyone make them feel less of themselves.
I can introduce you to the Mallams who changes for someone I use to know
#PS I meant jokes on the arrest but my information is VERY VALID..
Don’t make anyone make you feel like you are not blessed enough or You are a failure..
Understand that we only show what we want you to see and 70% of the time the braggers are more than my BUM”.
A fan questioned if the Mallams aren’t afraid of been robbed and Dikeh replied that the bankers are always close by when they record the video.
Mariam_oyakhilome : “What if them come rob the money wey them borrow”.
Tontolet : “@mariam_oyakhilome The banker is always one feet away from his money…even when them they record video”.