Poverty can make a poor person too see himself as the wisest man. When an individual is poor and see another person buying things he or she can't afford, the person becomes extravagant and living a wasteful life. But once this poor person taste the sweetness of being rich, he or she will do more than those he or she initially criticise. If a man earns N5 million a month, he can afford any iPhone in the world. But a man that earns N50 thousand will see buying an iPhone as a waste.
After Offset the husband of Cardi B bought for their 2 years old daughter a N6 million Hermes bag as a birthday gift, Cardi B made a video telling people that were complaining that the bag is too cost for a 2 years old, to stay clear and mind their business.
I fail to know why people will get involve in what others do for their families. You don't contribute anything, why comment bad?
Offset and Cardi B worth millions of dollars. N6million is a tiny money compared to their total worth. The same people complaining will do more if they were in the same shoe.
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