Reno Omokri Blasts Online Beggars, Says 'Poor People Do Not Have SmartPhones To Beg Online'
By Peroloza-news | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 1 views
The number of online beggars seems to be on the rise as a popular activist reacted against them. He revealed that the truly poor do not have smartphones with which they use to beg on social media during peak hours.
Speaking on the issue on his verified Twitter page, Reno said that those begging online are not poor but scammers pretending to be poor. He further said that real beggars are offline and not online. He advises those who want to help the poor people of the community to go offline.
A lot of people agree with his view on this issue and said that ninety percent of those begging online are just scammers taken away the help should be given the real people persons.
The rest of some of their reactions can be seen below.
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