- Linda Mtoba says that she would like to be paid for any ad campaigns that come her way and is serious about it
- The actress took to social media to share that she doesn't do any campaigns without remuneration
- Social media users reacted to Linda Mtoba's post about wanting to get paid for influencing in Mzansi
Actress Linda Mtoba says that she's not going to do any online campaigns without getting paid for them first. Because of the influencer culture, celebrities make some extra money from promoting products on their social media pages.
Linda made it clear on social media that she's not coming to the party unless she's going to get paid for it. She tweeted:
"Unfortunately we don’t do campaigns that don’t offer remuneration due to the state of the economy."
The Covid-19 pandemic has made it hard for a number of artists to make ends meet, so it makes sense why Linda says she wants to get paid before doing any promotional work.
The actress has done a few campaigns before and has even bagged a big one with Huggies for her baby. Linda feels that celebrities and influencers should be getting their money's worth.
Take a look a the reaction to Linda's tweet below:
"Entertainment, arts and performance were hit hard by Covid... I sympathise."
"What about giving back to the community?"
"Right now, during this pandemic, the arts and culture and events space are included in the community."
Briefly News previously reported that Linda Mtoba couldn’t thank her hubby enough for his endless support. Mzansi actress Linda Mtoba feels extremely blessed to have the incredibly supportive husband that she does.
Knowing that her man will stand by her side no matter what is something Linda could never put a price on. Taking to social media, Linda expressed how her husband Steven Meyer is her biggest supporter. Without his love and support, Linda does not know where she would be today.
The entertainment industry is a tough game and Steven has always helped Linda stay strong and feel supported. He never misses a show or moment.
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