The social media has been busy with the Kenyan artist Willy Paul showing off the worth of his breakfast. He claimed that he spends 54000 Kenyan shillings on breakfast daily. This has led to discussion by the netizens on social media criticizing why he should show off like that. Some went ahead to ask if that breakfast contains the blood and body of Jesus.
Social media lovers went ahead to give an advice to him that he should be telling people how he has used his funds to help the less fortunate in the society. It seems, most netizens were not happy with the breakfast expenditure post, with some saying that he should be able to care for his mother and give donations to those who have nothing at their homes.The question is, how can a person who came from a humble background use all that amount yet he knows he can be of help to those who are low? And why should one brag about his or her daily life activities and lifestyle?
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