Former girlfriend of Nollywood actor, Timini Egbuson, Lydia Balogun has disclosed that those set of men that expect her to appreciate them for gifting her either 5 or 10 thousand Naira should better give such amount of money to the people that ask for alms on the streets. She made such disclosure in an interview.
The media personality who spoke about such issue during an interview with Glitchafricastudios few hours ago, stated that the reason why Nigerian disc jockey, Cuppy is usually dragged by netizens is because of her hair, adding that she is supposed to act and dress like the celebrity that she is in public.
Speaking about men that give women like her five or ten thousand Naira, Lydia Balogun noted that;
"You want me to thank you for sending me 5k or 10k? I will tell you thank you but I will just tell you to send your account number. What can 10 thousand Naira do to for me, give it to somebody on the street. Use the 10k and give it to a beggar".
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