"Zlatan Ibile Used To Give Me Money And Clothes When I Was Nobody" –Content Creator, Carter Efe

Date: 03-03-2024 4:37 pm (1 month ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
- at 3-03-2024 04:37 PM (1 month ago)
Online (m)

Nigerian skit-maker Carter Efe has voiced his concerns over the exploitation of others' misfortunes by content creators who monetize acts of generosity through publicized videos. In a recent interview, Efe condemned the trend of filming charitable deeds for personal gain and contrasted it with his own experiences of receiving support from well-known personalities before achieving fame.

Efe recounted how rapper Zlatan Ibile quietly extended financial assistance and clothing to him during challenging times, without seeking recognition or publicity for his acts of kindness. Similarly, celebrity blogger Tunde Ednut generously gifted Efe with N1 million, advising him to keep the donation private and refrain from broadcasting it on social media.

Reflecting on these encounters, Efe emphasized the valuable lessons learned from Zlatan and Ednut, stressing the importance of genuine altruism over seeking validation through publicized charitable acts.

"These content creators who make videos of people they're helping are just making money off the sufferings of these helpless people. They're not genuine," Efe remarked, expressing his disapproval of exploiting the vulnerabilities of others for personal gain.

Drawing from his own experiences, Efe reiterated his commitment to discretion when offering assistance to others, echoing the quiet generosity demonstrated by Zlatan and Ednut. He emphasized, "When I help anybody, I don't make noise or say anything about it," underscoring his belief in the sincerity of charitable deeds devoid of public spectacle.

As Efe's critique resonates within the content creation sphere, his words serve as a reminder of the ethical responsibilities associated with leveraging social influence and advocating for authentic acts of kindness that prioritize the dignity and privacy of those in need.


Posted: at 3-03-2024 04:37 PM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
- fineboy77 at 3-03-2024 05:35 PM (1 month ago)
Online (m)
Good

Posted: at 3-03-2024 05:35 PM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
Reply
- gogoman at 3-03-2024 07:29 PM (1 month ago)
Online (m)
wetin i tell una about ibile my boy! na very good guy
Posted: at 3-03-2024 07:29 PM (1 month ago) | Grande Master
Reply