Controversial socialite Shakilla have sent a directive to her followers on Instagram to go straight to the point when they contact her. The socialite currently have a total of 261,000 followers on her Instagram account. Through her Instagram stories, Shakilla clearly stated that when her fans sent message to her they should state what they what and not just send 'hi'.
Shakilla told her fans that she is sure they have a lot if things to do with their internet services and so they should not waste it on two letter words.
Shakilla has told her fans that she does not want to be bored to death by their boring greetings. She assumes everybody is busy and so time should not be wasted on unnecessary greetings.
"Please go straight to the point when you DM me don't "hi" me to death am sure you have better things to do with your internet services than to waste it on two letters."
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