Former Maria actress, Dorea Chege or known by many people as Maggie from her last drama series, has revealed that she does not peg her success to men. According to her Instagram post that she made this morning, the actress believes in hard work just like the men do to own what they have and also to get some cash.
Maggie has always been an online sensation for a while now. She has been seen with a number of jobs. She owns a beauty salon that helps her to generate extra income other than being a brand ambassador, social media influencer and also a YouTuber.
She posted saying, "I was raised to hustle like a man because I was told never to depend on one."
This Elicited numerous reactions from netizens.
It must have been out of her great hard work that she feels like she does not want it to be pegged to a man that made her successful.
Currently she is running for a political seat in the country and hopefully she will be in parliament come 2022 general elections.
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