– Ireti Doyle recently took to social media to put a critic on blast- According to the media personality and Nollywood actress, it is the talentless people who call someone’s work trash- She challenged such people to go create their own if they think it is easyPAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Legit.ng News on your Facebook News Feed!It is common for creatives to often receive criticisms for their works. While some are constructive criticisms, some others can be outright demeaning and condescending.Well, Nollywood actress and media personality, Ireti Doyle was definitely not having it with a critic.While it remains uncertain if the criticism was directed at her or someone else, Doyle’s recent tweet left jaws hanging as she took no prisoners.PAY ATTENTION: Get the Latest Nigerian News on Legit.ng News AppIreti Doyle put the critic on full blast in her recent tweet.
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Source: InstagramShe not only tagged the unknown person ‘talentless and with a miserable directionless life’, but also challenged the person to go create their own work if they thought it was an easy job to do.Wendy Shay – Kut It: The song whose reality hits hardShe wrote: “Lol ..SM sha. A talentless twa.t that has never created a thing in their miserable directionless life will just open an unwashed mouth and dismiss someone’s labour as trash. Alakori alaini nkan se..go do am if easy na.Your mouth like repository for trash.”It goes without saying that the streets of Twitter is a jungle out there. Time has shown that nobody is too important to be dragged and that Nigerians with bad mouths will humble anybody on the microblogging site.The social application, just like most social media apps, has helped bridged the gap between people as they are free to share their candid opinion without meeting face to face.Just recently, Nigerian comedian, AY Makun, got on the wrong side of some people on Twitter and they continued to drag him. It started when AY commented on actress, Funke Akindele’s run in with the law.Xenophobia: Nigerians are worse than South Africans – Comedian Hyenana reacts to ongoing protest in NigeriaPAY ATTENTION: Do you have news to share? Contact Legit.ng instantlyIn other news, Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has gone down memory lane to recall the days of his little beginning in his acting career. According to the entertainer, as he said his morning prayers, his mind travelled down to when he just started acting.Taking to his official Instagram page, the father of four listed the names of the people in his industry who helped to shape his acting career. Edochie noted that they have his respect.Uche Jombo interview at Star Chat: Nollywood Should Be Taxed Less | Legit TV