“Do not post your issues on social media”. “It is childish to put your problems out there. Find a private way to address them”. We have come across posts of this kind on our different Social Media. Where people are dictating on others about what to post yet I have never seen it recommended anywhere … Continue reading What Should Be The Vibe For Social Media?
If people really knew what a hustle can be. A real-life hustle on the streets; no job, no ‘connected relatives’, no cents for a meal but just you against the odds then they wouldn’t be laughing at this picture. Waking up to go out and hope lady luck shines on you that day. Living each … Continue reading Thou Should Not Laugh At One’s Hustle.
Google image Finally closing off this year's Afrobloggers winterabc2021 with a fictitious story inspired by true events. It's been a wonderful but challenging ride discovering wonderful writers, learning from so many people, and enjoying my time all the while. As I bow out today, I am leaving you a story of how I felt when … Continue reading Day 21 winterabc2021. Love. The Feeling That Killed Him!
Day 6 here and I about the body-shaming character of our society. She was a young, small, beautiful girl. Very happy in her petit form. Everyone called her a model. She flaunted and celebrated life in her slimness. To the nursery school, she went, fat people were bullied. All sorts of names were thrown at … Continue reading Day Six of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. Body-Shaming & Stereotyping
...that you no longer wanna talk. To me. The deep conversations. When you used to say that my voice was like the best song. To you. RnB. Like your favorite rhythm & blues. Singa. Ykee Benda. It's hard to believe that you no longer wanna walk. With me. Nor do lovers things in the house. In the … Continue reading It’s Hard To Believe…That You Left.