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You’re only entitled to what you’ve worked for – Yul Edochie


You are only entitled to what you've worked for - Yul Edochie

Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has clearly stated that a person is solely entitled to whatever they have worked for and not any other person’s property.

Yul, who made this known on his Instagram page on Friday said this regarding some people or persons who pride themselves in displaying a heightened sense of entitlement on things that are not theirs.

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According to the movie star, people should be able to decipher from real life and the extravagant lifestyles displayed on social media.

Emphasizing the importance of the magic word “please”, he stated that most times things are not as they seem which is why people should humbly request favors from others not because they think or feel they have so much to spare.

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“The only thing you are entitled to in this world is that thing you have worked for

“So when asking for help, always add the word ‘please’

“Nobody owes you anything and never say to anyone ‘I know you can do it for me’, you know anything about other people’s lives

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“Forget what you see on social media, people only show you the little they want to show you

“You don’t know the rest, Good luck”.