– A Nigerian Instagram comedian, Funny Toheeb, has advised people to continue believing in themselves no matter how difficult the situation may seem
– The young man shared a photo of the house he lived in between 2015 and 2020 on social media to inspire people that life wasn’t easy for him
– He expressed gratitude to those that didn’t stop supporting him in spite of the fact that he made mistakes
A Nigerian Instagram comedian identified as Funny Toheeb has taken to social media platform to inspire his followers as he shared photo of the hut he lived in between 2015 and 2020.
Sharing the image on Instagram, Funny Toheeb expressed gratitude to those that have been supporting his craft despite all his mistakes.
He encouraged to continue believing in themselves, saying darkness will definitely disappear with little light.
He captioned the photo:
“This was my house 2015-2020. I want to use this opportunity to say thank you to everybody that has been supporting me regardless of how human I am trying to be, mistakes and imperfections but you people support me still, also
“I just want to tell someone out there to never give up because with little tiny light darkness will still disappear. 2021 will surely be our year of everything wanted.”
Instagram users took to the comment section of his post to share their thoughts.
“@funnytoheeb CONGRATULATIONS!!!! E no easy! Very big congrats on “your new home”.
“I wish you a fantastic 2021 my broda! Long life and prosperity.”
“Greater heights await you in 2021!”
“Happy new year champ. More Greatness insha Allah. Happy Glorious New Year In Advance KOREY.”
In other news, flexing new homes has become a thing on Twitter, with homeowners posting pictures of their new digs online.
Thulisile, @Tutusips, took to Twitter to celebrate her independence and the news that she has joined in on the trend of posting images of people holding keys in their new homes.
The picture the young lady posted shows her stretched hand holding a bunch of keys in her new home.
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