By Abimbola Emmanuel
Media personality, Toke Makinwa, has said that the internet obsession of people preferring advice to their so-called friends has done more harm than good to this present generation.
Makinwa took to her Twitter page on Friday, where she spoke about how people misuse social media.
In a series of tweets, Makinwa opined that people should endeavour to call their friends on phone rather than communicate to them publicly on social media.
She wrote: “If there’s ever a scandal out there about me and I consider you a friend, not an industry associate but a friend, you better not be holding public opinion polls or setting up analysis on the streets of social media.
“This generation is so obsessed with the internet we don’t know boundaries anymore. If you are my friend, we win together, we suffer loss together, we are in this together and that’s on a period.
“You have my number, use it as a friend. Stop offering advice to your so-called friends on social media, you look like a joke.
“We can disagree in private, beat ourselves up behind closed doors but not air your thoughts on my life with your community. That’s fowl.”
However, Makinwa did not mention who or what she was referring to, but her message came a few days after some celebrities expressed their thoughts on a leaked sex tape involving singer Tiwa Savage.
Recall that when the singer’s tape appeared on social media, a lot of celebrities gave their two cents regarding the scandal. Some sent their support to encourage her, while others were not in support of the act.