Sharing the video of herself dancing with the new gift, Amarachi Amusi wrote: Say hello to my new baby 😍💃🏾
Bought if for myself BY MYSELF 😭🥵🥵 with MY MONEY.. all mine ameannn.. I worked for it heloooo😂
I love myself.. I’m proud of myself plixxxx Amara come and kisssss meeeeee😭😂😂💃🏾💃🏾😂
Victoria Inyama, who specialises in flaunting their latest acquisition online, responded to the post by warning Amarachi and her cohort that such an act will quickly backfire.
According to Victoria, there are some blessings that people thank God for but leave out of public view.
She went on to say that once the government is calling for a levy on any of these purchases, celebrities will begin ranting on social media.
She wrote: “All of these things you’re doing will backfire soon when the government starts taxing your butts off…”
There are some blessings that you thank God for and then chill….
If the government begins to worry, Una will begin to weep.
Take advantage of your good fortune.