"When You Sell A Friend, Even The Buyers Won't Trust You."- Johnson Suleman
By Judidok | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
A friend is a person other than a family member, spouse or lover whose company one enjoys and towards whom one feels affection. A friend is like a pillar which a person can lean on.
Friendship on the other hand is the condition of being friends while friends are participants in a two-way friendship relationship.
However, many people do not know this thereby taking friendship for granted. Some even go as far as betraying their friends.
In a recent post making round on Twitter, the popular controversial televangelist, Apostle Johnson Suleman posted that when people sell their friends, even the buyers won't trust them.
He tweeted, "when you sell a friend, even the buyers won't trust you.." This got his followers talking; with many thanking and commending him for the post. Below are the screenshots of his tweet and some reactions of his followers;
So looking at the tweet and the reactions of the followers, what do you have to say?
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