There's a popular saying that regardless of your relationship with your parents, you'll miss them when they're gone from your life. Many people wait to become rich before they start giving their parents money, which is not right.
Few minutes ago, popular activist Reno Omokri shared a tweet in which he expressed his opinion on why you should not wait to be rich before you give your parents the fruit of your broke labour.
In his tweet, Mr Omokri wrote you pray for your parents to live long to see you succeed and eat the fruit of their labour? That's okay. But Esau and Jacob did not wait to be successful before blessing their father, Isaac. Give your parents the fruit of your broke labour. Don't wait to be rich.
This tweet is gaining a lot of attention as many people are reacting to it.
Majority are in support of Mr Omokri's tweet.
They claimed you don't have to wait to be rich before you give your parents the fruit of your labour.
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