“Fighting strangers online is a form of mental illness” – Reality TV star Leo Da Silva
Reality TV star and real estate consultant, Leo Da Silva, has shared his candid opinion about people who engage in online disputes with strangers.
The 31-year-old star, who rose to fame after participating in Big Brother Naija in 2018, stated that people who partake in such conflicts are likely battling with an undiagnosed mental illness.
He conveyed this viewpoint on the microblogging platform X (formerly Twitter) in response to a tweet asking people to mention a behavior that is not considered a mental illness but qualifies as one to them.
“Fighting strangers online,” he wrote.
See his post below…
Fighting strangers online. https://t.co/21ZWGQHtkv
— Leo Dasilva (@SirLeoBDasilva) October 18, 2023
A while back, Leo Da Silva told the terrible story of how a plumber he has known and trusted for years suddenly tried to scam him.
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, June 7, Leo stated that he contracted the said plumber to carry out a job and was given a quotation of N700,000 but he contacted another plumber who gave him a N250,000 quotation for the same job.
Leo declared that he wouldn’t be working with his plumber again after the shocking discovery.
“Asked a plumber to put a reservoir tank and do a couple of things for me, he quoted almost 700k.
Asked another plumber to do quote of the same thing and he quoted below 250k.
First guy has worked with me for years and had my trust.
But will never work with me again now.”