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Media personality, Vimbai wants female celebrities to stop lying about the source of their wealth to young ladies

Popular Zimbabwean actress and media personality, Vimbai Mutinhiri will not be easily forgiven by celebrities as she has accused them of lying about their source of wealth to young ladies who look up to them.

Vimbai has sparked off a conversation a lot of people dreaded talking about as she throws shade at some female celebrities who lie about the source of their wealth.

The former reality T.V. star turned media personality has called out some female celebrities who show off their wealth on social media which they got from their spouse and deceive young ladies about the source.

"If your expensive handbag is a gift, that's ok. If your first luxury car was a gift from hubby that's great. If you travel in luxury courtesy of bae that's cool too. If your talent is social media, embrace it and earn off it. BUT please stop lying to young girls about how hard you have worked, and giving terrible advice about how to build this or that and how to be successful in business or have a high flying career. STOP IT!!" she wrote.

She further called on these kind of special celebrities to take a back seat if they weren't making big bucks per annum.

"If your business hasn't made at least N20m turnover per annum, please just book a seat in the audience and pay attention to those who have done it. There is no shame in it and it doesn't make you any less of a respectable woman. Making it in life begins with harnessing your truth     #TableShaker #MondayMotivation #MoreProfitsLessPackaging," she concluded.

We guess the call-out made some celebrities uncomfortable as some of them are clearing themselves from the list of what the actress said.

One of such persons is author and social media celebrity, Laura Ikeji has come out to exclude herself from this notorious list through her social media account.

"Lol, unfortunately, I'm not on this table. Lol. She said if you haven't made 20m per annum ba? But truthfully nobody is too small to teach and nobody is too BIG to learn. I learn about social media marketing every day. Let people learn and when they fail, my prayer is that they get up and do it better. Live and let's live, love you girl," she wrote.

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