- A man has shared how he dealt with an acclaimed old schoolmate of his who sought financial help from him
- The man who is a singer was surprised when the supposed old schoolmate begged him for Ghc400 after raining insults on him via text message
- The singer surprisingly inquired for the man's account details and sent him money very short of what was demanded
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A singer has caused a stir on social media as he shared screenshots showing how he handled an acclaimed old schoolmate with entitlement issues.
The singer named Danny Young was reached out to via a series of text messages by the fellow who identified himself as Isijola.
In screenshots he shared on Instagram, Isijola who explained that he didn't have a smartphone told Young that his wife was at the hospital.
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He surprisingly followed up his narration with insults at Young who also fired back.
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Young requested for his account details
To the surprise of Isijola, Young chatted calmly requesting that he send him his account details and demanded to know how much was needed.
Isijola appreciated Young for the offer and sought forgiveness for raining insults on him just as he told the singer that Ghc400 was needed.
The singer however deliberately sent him 40 pesewas instead of Ghc400.
This motive was deduced from his Instagram caption to the screenshots that read:
"This is how i deal with idiots "
Mixed reactions trailed the man's action
"Lmao who be this na? Not sure his name rings a bell at all? Him dey mad!"
"I find this very disturbing, he doesn't deserve a kobo not even out of pity. You just encouraged him."
"Very interesting scenario, God bless your wisdom more and also enlarge your coasts Danny… so many will deviate from the main point."
"If pettiness was a person.. It's how the guy was was feeling entitled to the money sha."
"It's just amazing...and very insightful how people take this Sense of entitlement thingy."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that on Monday, September 27, the Bank Of Ghana announced that the GHC1 and GHC2 notes currently in circulation would soon be phased out of the system.
According to the BoG, both denominations will be replaced by their respective coins and the notes completely out of use.
YEN.com.gh hit the streets to find out from Ghanaians what they thought of the decision of the government.
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Source: Yen Newspaper