Celebrated Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh has intimated that it is very essential sometimes to be smart enough to play stupid to take note of the strategies of the enemy.
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Playing stupid the smart way can also help you ask people straightforward questions without appearing aggressive or disrespectful. In doing this, you will come across as unassuming and as someone who genuinely wants to always learn more.
A smart person who is acting stupid will gradually get you to agree with them. They are usually assertive, express sympathy for your situation, and then gradually persuade you that your perceptions are erroneous.
Well, Tonto Dikeh who has suffered in most of her relationships, as well as friendships with all the lessons she has gathered from the, betrays she was subjected to has taken to her IG page to state that it is sometimes needed to play dumb even when you are smart.
See her post below:
In other news, award-winning Ghanaian dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., well known as Shatta Wale has been ranked the first African musician to hit the No.1 spot on iTunes Reggae Charts In Canada.
Shatta Wale’s song “Dream,” which was featured on the Billboard charting album “Tropical Cruises to Jamaica: The Reggae Collector’s Edition,” reached number one, establishing history for both the singer and the album.
The song also peaked on the iTunes Singles Chart in Canada for all genres, and it debuted at No. 26 on the Billboard chart in Canada this week. Although the album, which is produced by Contractor Music Group in Jamaica, was released last year, this is the first time the song has appeared on Billboard Canada.