Going out of your way to ensure you gibe back to the society as a wealthy person also hits differently. Because, not only will you be judged by people who are watching but also by people who may have no reasonable means to hate your guts.
On one of her giveaways hours ago, a fan named Nze called out her money as "Audio Money" which means fake. This was after she tried to verify the issues of a man who begged her for about 500k for a new apartment, holding to the fact he was displaced by flood.
This got the attention of Toyin Abraham and prompted a reaction from her. She in turn addressed the tweet and said she would rather tell people she does not have money rather than do fake giveaways.
There is nothing that you would do that people will not talk about. Toyin Abraham has been one actress who has been very generous in giving back to the society in the way she knows how and it is bad for anyone to think this about her good deeds.
This has stirred up a lot of reactions on her Twitter page with a lot of fans in Toyin's defense. Here are some of the reactions so far:
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