Stop Using Your Children For Cheap Publicity On Social Media.

Stop Using Your Children For Cheap Publicity On Social Media.

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Veteran Actor Shamed By Daughter on social media ‘Stop Telling Lies’ Stop using your children for cheap publicity on social media.

why do people feel the need to act all loved up on social media when the truth is you don’t really care about that person. social media has made so many people to loose sight of what is important and real.

Very often you see people all loved up in photos on social media, proclaiming to the world how much they are in love, then you wake up the next day to break up news and all.

Recently a popular veteran actors daughter’s  called out the dad on social media, why ? because the dad who has not seen her for many years went on social media to wish her a happy birthday with beautiful and loving write up, acting like a true loving father with ‘social media language’ well he got what he never bargained for, he was called out and shamed by the daughter.

This was the message written by her dad on her birthday…

“Wow! Time sure does fly! My Daughter Renny is 20!! I wish you great wisdom, good health, long life, deep knowledge and whatever you lay your hands on will prosper. You will be a role model to your peers. Ann God bless you for doing a great job! Happy Birthday Renny.”

The young lady did not like this, she felt there was no ground for such show of love as she hardly has a relationship with the dad.

Her response….

“You didn’t tag me, you don’t know my IG handle either. You’ve tagged other people and bloggers and you didn’t even have the courtesy to call me to wish me a happy birthday and you’re doing this online? What a pity. I would overly appreciate it if you stopped this. God bless.”

She went on to say…

“One more thing sir, my mother’s name is spelt ‘Anne’ not Ann. Stop being the rain on my parade and stop spreading lies. I have never insulted you. STOP THESE LIES,” she wrote.

Never ever underestimate your children. Society needs more daughters like this young lady, to teach parents on how to be responsible parents not social media father.

Same with couples that feel the need to go on social media platform to show a state of love and relationship that in reality is not there.