COVID-19 lockdown: Actress Wofai Fada rants about the high rate of online begging

COVID-19 lockdown: Actress Wofai Fada rants about the high rate of online begging

- Actress and comedienne Wofai Fada has dropped some words for online beggar amidst the COVID-19 lockdown

- The young lady noted that the high rate of online begging has become very irritating

- According to her, people should understand that everyone is under the same predicament

Popular Nigerian actress and comedienne Wofai Fada has taken to social media to express her reservation towards people that have resorted to online begging amidst the coronavirus induced lockdown in some parts of the country.

Since the lockdown, some celebrities and public figures have taken it upon themselves to organize cash giveaways for fans, followers and vulnerable Nigerians that are struggling to survive due to the stay-at-home order.

This has resulted in some overzealous fans flooding the comment section of their favorite celebrities with account details and cash requests, even when the superstars are just trying to have some fun time on social media.

Wofai Fada who seemed to have had enough of the excesses recently addressed these groups of people in a social media post.

According to the actress, the high level of online begging has gotten really irritating. She noted that it appears people tend to forget that everyone is in the same predicament at the moment.

She said: "I wake up in the morning, I have thousands of account numbers as DMs. Some people actually telling me the amount of money you should send. Them. It is becoming very annoying and preposterous. We are all under the same predicament, there is no work. There is no way to make money."

Watch the clip below:

Some weeks ago, YEN.com.gh reported that Wofai Fada revealed that she tested negative for coronavirus. The media personality and actress revealed she was exposed to the dreaded virus at the recently held AMVCA. According to reports, a photographer identified as Seun had returned to Nigeria from the UK and showed symptoms.

Source: Yen

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