Singer, Dencia has said that the cost of living and survival in the United States of America (USA) is very hard compared to Africa.
The Cameroonian-born singer made this shocking disclosure in a recent comment on social media.
Dencia was replying to a post shared by a popular blog on Instagram of a man who revealed his aunty advised him against moving to the USA, despite she (the Aunty) already residing there since 1984.
Then, Dencia revealed that living in the USA is indeed very hard compared to any country in the whole of Africa.
According to her, she learnt this the hard way when she first immigrated to the United States as a student, and can attest to this as someone who’s lived in Los Angeles (LA).
“Truth be told, living in la , USA is actually very hard compared to living in any where in Africa. It’s about 10k plus homeless Americans on 1 street, u can make $1M & ur monthly bills are $1.2M. People who lie to u that it’s easy hmmm, maybe this people are advising u because they can’t afford to help you, parents want kids to pay bills, u work & go to school, 90% of people live 6 paychecks ahead,it’s hard to be the 1% doing well but it’s not impossible but it’s important to know this things Atleast, don’t pull-up like some of us did thinking it was easy, hell I left all my expensive bags thinking I’ll come to America & it’ll be raining Lv, dior, hermes ??? if u are an adult,bring some settling in $$, bring some housing dollars cuz even ur own fam fam will make u pay for shit, u don’t want that ur first 2+ years, do self research on jobs, school & people in the state you are going to. I know tons of people who came & left cuz life was too hard for them. If not for the healthcare system & good Drs, I doubt I’ll be living in America. Europe is just worst, if I had to live there, I’ll literally die, the suffering over there is not from this world. U can work from 6-6 & u will still be a brokevillian ??♀️ it’s too much but in all, anyone can succeed anywhere as long as u are aware of what’s ahead of u.”
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