Penny Lebyane slams celebs who claim to work hard but in fact have sponsors

Penny Lebyane slams celebs who claim to work hard but in fact have sponsors

Media personality Penny Lebyane took to social media to call out celebs who claim their fancy lifestyles are paid for with hard work when they actually have many sponsors behind the scenes. She wants celebs to be honest with their fans.

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Presenter and radio host Penny Lebyane is tired of celebs that tell their fans that they work hard and that's all that foots the bill for their luxury lifestyles.

According to Penny, they actually have many sponsors - some of them corrupt politicians, as reported on by TimesLIVE.

Apparently, Penny was disturbed by one of her social media followers saying men rent drinks to look cool at clubs and girls rent wigs and weaves.

The media personality took to social media to express how she feels about celebs who are faking it and pretending to be hard-working.

And your role models are buying boobs,bums,bags, cars,houses,funded by corrupt politicians,tenderpreuners, etc whilst holding no jobs or sense making business telling you to work hard for ur dreams. What a woke nation...I don’t know what half of these people do.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that Penny actually had a lot more to say:

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We can't help but wonder if the younger generation superstars would take Penny's words to heart.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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