Cape Town – South African influencer, model and media personality, Faith Nketsi took to social media to advise her followers against falling into the trap of believing everything they see on social media.
The 28-year-old took to Twitter to write about how things on social media are “70% fictional”, warning her followers to stop idolising social media users and “others”.
“One more time! What u see on social media is 70% fictional. No body will show u a true story. Stop idolizing and sbwling others,” Nketsi wrote on Twitter.
One more time! What u see on social media is 70% fictional. No body will show u a true story 🤍. Stop idolizing and sbwling others🙏🏾.
— faith Nketsi Njilo (@_faith_nketsi) December 27, 2022
Last month, Nketsi hit back at followers who alleged that she had surgery after posting a picture comparing her stomach from 4 days after giving birth to three months after birth.
Losing weight is always difficult and often seems to be a process that takes an eternity to achieve desired results. However, in a short three months after giving birth, Faith was able to lose some of the weight she packed on, regaining that hourglass figure.
Stay motivated 💃🏼. We almost there y’all ☺️ pic.twitter.com/QmTVh75chw
— faith Nketsi Njilo (@_faith_nketsi) November 28, 2022
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Compiled by Junaid Benjamin