Computer programmer unnecessarily drags Stella Damascus on Twitter
By Mr.phill | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
A man on Twitter has dragged popular actress, Stella Damascus after she made a post asking her fans to see a new picture she posted on Instagram.
Probably the frustration in the country is getting to the heads of a lot of Nigerians that they sometimes pass down aggressions to fellow social media users others notwithstanding who the person is.
Stella Damascus had made a post on Instagram and came on Twitter to ask her fans to click on the link to view her post which is a picture. A man with the Twitter handle @KASOZITALIQ1 decided to give a surprising reply, he asked her if it converts to money when someone sees the picture.
This prompted the actress to make a new tweet addressing his reply. In the tweet, she mocked the man stating that he had a poverty mentality.
In her words
"Poverty mentality destroys faster than poverty itself"
This prompted him to further drag the actress, calling her a stage drama queen whose profession doesn't need any educational background.
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