It is no news that the major social media institutions, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp had a temporary outage and shutdown which lasted for over six hours around the world.
This temporary outage caused alot of people to panick, wondering if it is going to temporary or permanent as many have their different sources of income coming from these different social media institutions due to the technological advancement in the world today.
Well Big Brother Naija lockdown star, model and entrepreneur, Lucy Edet have come out to advice people to look for other sources of income and not be dependent on social media because anything can happen at anytime following the outage experienced hours ago.
In her statement, she said, "If you panicked yesterday because of the outage, you need other means of living. Both for relaxation and for making money".Lucy made this statement while posting beautiful pictures of herself in a well colored long gown which she slayed in confidence showcasing why she is fit to be called a star.
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