Tanzanian actress Wema Sepetu recently surprised netizens after she made an announcement that she will be accepting advertisers' requests and promoting their businesses through her Instagram page. This was negatively received by many netizens who felt like she was taking a desperate move while pretending to be helping business owners. Here Is a screenshot showing her post as shared by a popular social media blogger, Carry Mastory:After carry shared her post, most netizens took to the comments section to mock and laugh at the Tanzanian beauty as they insinuated that she is just broke hence taking the desperate move to be able to pay her bills. Here are screenshots showing netizens' reactions:
Wema, through her post, claimed that many people have been requesting her to allow them to advertise their businesses through her page and that's why she is allowing people to buy advertisement slots for 30 days.Do you think she could be lying as most netizens claim?
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