Kenyan Socialite Amber Ray Urges People Not To Live Fake Lives On Social Media
Kenyan socialite Amber Ray has urged people to live authentic lives, regardless of the pressures to conform to social media standards.
In a post on her Instagram page, Ray said that she is aware of the prevalence of pretence in Nairobi, but she believes that it is important to be true to oneself.
“Faking it up in Nairobi has made authenticity harder to express,” she wrote. “But at the end of the day, a ‘soft life’ is to be felt, not necessarily to be seen.”
Ray said that people should focus on living genuine experiences, rather than trying to create a perfect image for social media.
“Don’t be afraid to be yourself,” she said. “The people who matter will love you for who you are.”
Ray’s post has been met with mixed reactions, with some people praising her for her message of authenticity and others accusing her of hypocrisy.
However, Ray has defended her post, saying that she is simply trying to encourage people to be true to themselves.
“I’m not perfect,” she said. “But I’m trying to be the best version of myself.”
Ray’s message is a reminder that it is important to be authentic, even in a world where social media can make it seem like everyone else is living a perfect life. It is important to remember that everyone is different, and that there is no one right way to live.