David Adefeso wants to improve his fans’ lives, and he’s offering them financial advice. Check out one of his recent posts below.
‘Improve Your Life By Improving Your Credit Very few things can help you improve the quality of your life and boost your standard of living like good credit. To be truly successful, good credit is a must! For more tips, tune in Sunday’s on YouTube and Facebook Live for #WealthDemystified a weekly financial literacy discussion series. The link to full episodes is in my bio Follow @david.adefeso,’ David captioned her post.
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Someone said: ‘” If you don’t take good care of your credit, then your credit won’t take good care of you.” –Tyler Gregory’
A follower said: ‘Does settling debts with the credit bureau affect your credit is it advisable?’ and someone else said: ‘I really want to learn how to improve my credit score.’
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A fan posted this: ‘@david.adefeso hmm those negro spiritual come from my people in sea islands of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. These people are called Gullah Geechee and we still have the accent.’
In other recent news, David Adefeso shared a message on his social media account about the African Diaspora. Check out his post that includes a video below.
‘The power of the African Diaspora! Pidgin English, Patois, Creole etc. are also very similar to AAVE. Have you noticed this phenomenon before? Repost @babatunde_hiphopera’ David captioned his post.
David has been making headlines lately due to the useful financial advice that he has been sharing with his fans these days.
People appreciate all the clips and advice that he is posting on social media, and they always make sure to share their gratitude via the comments section.
David is trying his best to help fans and followers with all kinds of financial advice.
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