Capital FM presenter has finally bowed to pressure and revealed where she gets her money from.

For some time now, rumours have been doing rounds that some moneyed man is funding the lifestyle of the 27-year-old since she’s always in and out of the country.

For one reason or the other, some netizens believe someone earning the amount that she gets at Capital FM is not enough to fund her lavish lifestyle and apparently, they are right.

Anita recently took to social media to disabuse the notion that she has a sponsor saying she has some side gigs that have her laughing all the way to the bank.

Apart from being a radio presenter, the lass is also a social media influencer which entails promoting products and services and social media at a fee.

Anita, who describes herself as a hard worker, also said that she bakes and sells cakes. This happens to be her other source of revenue.

She also denied engaging in witchcraft saying she really believes in God.

This is what she posted:

“But why will people not allow me to live my best life? I’ve been DMd some of the rumours people have heard about me and apparently one of them is that I have sponsors in my life. Girl do you know how hard I work? I’m always telling young women why it’s important to work and make their money.
I did a lot of things last year and many people felt like the things I did…someone paid for me. It’s 2017, it’s very primitive, it’s very backward to assume that a woman cannot live well off her own money, there has to be a man financing her.
So maybe they should explain to me what a woman who isn’t being sponsored lives like so I can understand the very backward benchmark they have put on women who work hard for their money. Before you misconstrue what working hard is I work in television-radio, am a social media influencer and I bake cakes, that kind of work. “For the record, I’m not a witch, there are people who believe in witchcraft and I don’t, I believe in God.” She wrote.

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