Waje is shaking a table that has a number of her former employees on it Waje is sending a very blunt message to young people especially her former personal assistants about the road to success.The talented singer made this known on her Instagram page on Thursday, August 2, 2018. According to her, you have to work hard to be able to achieve anything in life.” Dear young people, you have to work! You think cause of the clothes and lifestyle, we hang with our legs and sit with makeup and a smile? It’s disheartening. You send me dm’s of how you want a job etc. In the last 3 months, I have worked with four personal assistants with everyone complaining that the job is stressful. So you think the job was taking pictures?” she wrote. Well, this open letter looks like Waje is shaking a table that has all her former personal assistant on it. Well, there is a moral to this letter which is, to be able to get to the top where you have a very comfortable lifestyle, you have to earn it. The last time Waje was guest at PULSE, she got to talk about her career, struggling with depression in the past and handling cyber bullies.ALSO READ: Waje talks about handling cyber bullying as a celebrityWaje talks about how she went through depression Waje has revealed how she went through depression a few years ago and was able to overcome it. The talented singer made this known during an exclusive interview with PULSE. According to her sometimes people confuse anger for depression.”I remember that time, that was the year we got signed as Glo ambassadors so actually my career was doing really good. I just released my album, I was nominated in four categories in World Music Awards every year, money dey come. But I had anger issues, why because I just didn’t see myself the way I wanted to see myself. I saw myself through everybody’s eye. I would look at you and whatever you tell me about me is what I would accept.”I remember one time I was so angry, I didn’t want to break my because na me pay for the tv, I broke my phone, can you imagine holding a phone and bending it like literally bending it, you can imagine the rage for being able to break a phone. “I have come to realise that you have to guard yourself, you have to understand what is going on around you. You are in the limelight, there is Waje and there is Ebele, Waje is now, we are having this interview, Ebele is when I enter my house, don’t come and tell me anything that is happening in social media and add to a headache that I already have. The only thing a depressed person needs is your time and love, not your judgment, not telling the person that he has to pray and trust God. Trust me the person knew about that before they went into that state,” she said. She went to talk about handling cyber bullies who she feels are nonexistent because she doesn’t really know them physically.