Toke Makinwa, media personality, has stated that internet obsession has affected this generation, to the extent that they do not recognise boundaries anymore.
The show host took to her Twitter account on Friday to speak about how people handle matters on social media.
In the series of tweets, Makinwa stated that people should call their friends on the phone rather than communicate publicly on social media.
She tweeted, “If there’s ever a scandal out there about me and I consider you a friend, not an industry associate but a friend, you better not be holding public opinion polls or setting up analysis on the streets of social media.
“This generation is so obsessed with the internet we don’t know boundaries anymore. If you are my friend, we win together, we suffer loss together, we are in this together and that’s on a period.
“You have my number, use it as a friend. Stop offering advice to your so-called friends on social media, you look like a joke.
“We can disagree in private, beat ourselves up behind closed doors but not air your thoughts on my life with your community. That’s fowl.”
Though the media personality did not mention who or what she was referring to, it’s pertinent to note that her message comes few days after some celebrities expressed their thoughts on a sex tape scandal involving singer Tiwa Savage.
When the singer’s alleged sex tape appeared online, fellow celebrities and fans took to social media to comment on the scandal.
While some shared their support and encouragement concerning the sex tape, others berated the singer for the act.