AFRICANS, STOP ABUSING MONEY!
The way Africans abuse paper money at events may mislead one into believing that Africans invented paper money. They throw (spray) money at the celebrants and their families, friends, and relatives. A new trend is to shoot money with a gun-like device at the celebrants.
What next? Maybe, loading a cannon with paper notes and firing at the celebrants. This will surely announce your wealth. Are you really wealthy? Africastallestman disagrees. Wealth dispensed aimlessly at parties and other festive occasions are wasted. It only boosts the ego of the sprayer. Wealth sprayed at legacies benefits humanity.
Money should be sprayed on foundations, industries, and projects that keep giving back to the community and the sprayer. To those who claim that it is African tradition to spray money, please rewind your history and you will discover that your ancestors never sprayed cowrie shells which will be the equivalence of money today. Why do all these retarded practices originate from Africa?
Happily, the rest of the world is not emulating Africa in her idiotic, acquired, and idiosyncratic culture. I wish that Africa and Africans will acquire the Western and Eastern culture of accountability, public service, philanthropy, and selflessness.
Money sprayed by hand, by gun, or cannon is an expression of infantilic megalomania and probably low esteem.
Africastallestman recommends that African governments legislate against such practices. Gifts, monetary or otherwise, should be appropriately packaged and given to the celebrant. The public should be spared the agony of such lurid displays.