Don’t compare yourself to celebs but rather to who you were yesterday - Martha
By Realblogs | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 255 views
Ghanaian Actress and enterprenuer Martha Ankomah,who happens the be the brand ambassador for a top leading fabric brand in Ghana , said in an interview on Kingdom Fm January 19, that majority of the celebs on social media leave fake lives.
What she said really made some celebrities and also industry players mad and a lot of them reacted.
This morning she posted a picture of herself wearing an African designer dress made from a brand she is an ambassador for with some written advice attached to the picture , telling her fans to desist from comparing themselves to people’s social media life.
She rather motivated them that, people should rather compare themselves to their own past, and not who they see on social media.
“Compare yourself to who you were yesterday and not who someone is on social media,” she advised.
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