Nollywood actress Bimpe Akintunde, who recently got married, shared her reasons for discontinuing her celebration of fellow colleagues.
In an Instagram post, she expressed her frustration about celebrating their birthdays but not receiving acknowledgment in return.
She mentioned that this led her to stop celebrating many of them due to their lack of response to her heartfelt birthday messages.
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Bimpe pointed out that some of her colleagues often went the extra mile to write lengthy praises and hype others, only to be ignored in return. She pleaded with them to take a moment to acknowledge those who celebrate them.
Pleading to them, she begged them to always take time out to acknowledge when people celebrate them.
“I want to rant, I want to ask a question, Why is it that when they wish you happy birthday, you can’t appreciate and say thank you?
Some of us used to hype you and write epistles, yet you can’t say thank you nor drop love emoji.
I stopped celebrating a lot of people, I don’t care if you don’t celebrate me back or not. Can you please acknowledge when people celebrate you”.
Captioning the video, she wrote, “Make una no vex ooo. I just say make we dey appreciate ourselves ni oooo”.
Taking to her comment section, the likes of Yetunde Bakare, Lizzy Jay, Ayo Adesanya, and others concurred with her.
Yetunde Bakare wrote, “In fact, I’ll even write it on my page that if you see my pictures anywhere and I’m yet to acknowledge kindly tag me under the post ooo. Gratitude goes a long way
Oyita wrote, “Married woman, you see this Instagram ehn no be all of us sabi use am. Personally, I want to study the way you celebrate people, and guess what I love you for that
Lizzy Jay wrote, “It’s not always intentional, they might not see it. Instagram can be funny these days, sometimes you won’t even see all of your DMS
Ayo Adesanya wrote, “At times the reposts and messages are overwhelming. So much so you may not be able to comment on all the posts and sometimes na oversight. Ema binu o. MRS married woman