Growing up in Ghana, we were made to understand that Karma is a force that pays everybody according to his or her deeds; however, as defined by Wikipedia, Karma simply means an action, work, or deed and its effect or consequences.
A lot of people think Karma works just like that: you do good, you receive good as payback; you do bad, you receive bad as payback. But actress Lydia is here to explain that it is not as easy as we think, Karma is not always real, wicked people don’t always suffer, and good people don’t always enjoy themselves as we know.
In her own words on Twitter, she wrote:
Karma isn’t always real, wicked people don’t always suffer and good people don’t always win.