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‘Don’t accept blessing that will make you beggar in future’ – Hushpuppi issues stern warning to fans


Nigerian socialite and social media big boy, Ray Hushpuppi, has taken to social media to advise his fans especially young couples on what not to do during the lockdown.

The socialite spoke on how the coronavirus pandemic has led to people spending much more time with their loved ones

He however, advised that people should be careful of bringing children into the world that they would not be able to care for seeing as many people might lose their jobs in the nearest future.

CANDIIDONLINE reports that coronavirus pandemic has changed the world in so many unimaginable ways. Things that humans never envisaged happening now seem to have become the new normal.

As a result of the pandemic, many people have been advised to stay indoors so as to reduce the spread and some countries even enforced lockdowns.pandemics

Hush said that he knows children are a blessing but people should not accept blessings that would make them beggars in future.

“I know a lot of people are going through different struggles during this corona pandemic time, we have been locked down and a lot of young people find this as an opportunity to bond with their partners more during this quarantine period but one thing you should be careful about is bringing unwanted or planned babies into this world that you will not be able to afford a proper care for.

“A lot of jobs will be lost in the near future and a lot of young people are not financially stable for themselves and now you want to get someone pregnant or be pregnant for a boy who has no plans for you.

“I know children are blessings but make sure you are ready for this type of blessings before you ask for it. Don’t accept blessing that will turn you to a beggar in the future. Be warned.” He said.

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Written by Mateen Badru


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