5 June 2019 | 11:26 am
Social Media is not the place to flaunt money that’s not yours -Late Junior US’ Manager
The manager of the late Junior US has advised the youth to put an end to the habit of flaunting money on social media.
According to the manager identified as Abdul, such behaviour will only make ‘hungry’ people chase after you and might lose your life in the process.
Abdul also advised the youth to take a lesson from Junior US unfortunate incident and stop flaunting money on social media that doesn’t belong to them.
“This should be a lesson learnt for all especially the youth. Social media is not the place to flaunt wealth because it’s going to make your life shorter.
You put something on social media that doesn’t belong to you, people are hungry and at the end of the day, they will come after. Maybe they weren’t planning to kill Junior, they wanted to rob him but it went bad and he was killed.
If Junior didn’t post money on social media, they wouldn’t rob him and he will be still alive. To the youth, don’t post your stuff on social media. Let this be a lesson to us”, Late Junior US’ manager advised.
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Junior US originally known as Nana Yaw Opoku and a big fan of Shatta Wale was shot dead in his home in the United States of America.
According to reports, he showed off a stack of cash on his Snapchat which attracted robbers to his house and got killed in the process.
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