- Gucci Mane, whose real name is Radric Delantic Davis has taken to his official Twitter handle to share a piece of viral advice
- According to Gucci, miserable people must be kept at a distance while supportive people must be celebrated
- Gucci's simple advice caused a great stir on social media
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Popular American award-winning rapper Radric Delantic Davis who is popularly known as Gucci Mane has spoken about how to relate with other people as a celebrity or person with big dreams.
According to the top American celebrity who shared his views on his official Twitter handle, the there is the need to celebrate achievements with people but it must not be done with those who are 'miserable'.
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Gucci Mane did not give detailed explanations to what he means by someone being 'miserable' but it can be understood that he meant individuals who are full of negativity and always pull down others' spirits.
In his own words, the American awards winning rapper tweeted; “Celebrate with those who support you Distance yourself from miserable people!”
They were just seemingly simple words but they went extremely viral. At the time his post was sighted, it had already been retweeted by over 20,400 people and liked over 45,800 times.
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In other news, Zimbabwe’s junior doctors have agreed to return to work, ending a strike that has lasted for over four months, after they accepted an offer from a Zimbabwean telecoms billionaire Strive Masiyiwa.
Citinewsroom.com reports that the strike was the longest in the history of Zimbabwe and caused the public healthcare system to crumble.
The UK-based billionaire is set to pay the doctors three times what they used to earn when they were being paid by the government.
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