Veteran Nollywood actress Victoria Inyama, has been scarce on the big screen since she got married and settled down with her hubby and kids in London.

Veteran Nollywood actress Victoria Inyama, has been scarce on the big screen since she got married and settled down with her hubby and kids in London.

Veteran Nollywood actress Victoria Inyama, has been scarce on the big screen since she got married and settled down with her hubby and kids in London.

This morning the proud mother of three decided to kick off her day with an advise for fans and colleagues via her Instagram post warning that all the flash on social media isn't really and should not be used to judge one's success in life.

"1st Sam 2v3-8. Let me stir up a bit. Do u know that every Victor' has once been a Victim' Why do we sometimes allow what we see on Social media to affect us? Mentally, Emotionally, till we begin to question ourselves, our existence , when we see some posts that show an excellent life or lifestyle, we begin to stress ourselves unnecessarily . ( see Naaaaaa, God why, he or she get 2 head).

Truth is, can you bear what has Victimised them for them to be Victors now? Through the media show offs, think this, is this to inspire, encourage or to boast? Am I encouraging you to work hard and achieve or screw hard and attain (both ways).

Truth is, d picture is me but has been filtered, enhanced and all but is that d true me??????? It's the me that I want you to see. All that flash's ain't real 90%. Don't let what you see affect you. It's easy to come brag about success but hide how it was really achieved.

Don't get me wrong, there is a perfect life but that's when You Are Content!!!!! and Work & Pray Hard to achieve more. Let's Support each other. Pray for each other. Love. Live, laugh and learn. Have a Great fruitful Week," she captioned a cute photo she shared.

 

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