Mzbel has backed the PRO of Ghana Nationwide Fuel Firm, Ernest Kofi Owusu-Bempah’s, assertion that not every popular person on social media deserves to be called a celebrity.
The controversial songstress, actual identify Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, bemoaned how the tag of a celeb has been diminished to the bottom pedigree in current occasions.
“If somebody must be referred to as a celeb the individual should earn the title however proper now the second somebody turns into fashionable on social media we begin calling that individual a celeb,” she mentioned in an interview on Kastle FM in Cape Coast.
“It’s not each fashionable person who’s alleged to be referred to as a celeb however sadly that’s how they’re treating it right here.”
She recounted her early within the music trade, elaborating that earlier than the recognition of social media it took onerous work for somebody to be given recognition as a celeb.
She added: “However in our time after we began music, social media wasn’t there so so that you can get a chance on radio or TV or seem on a entrance web page of a newspaper, your works should have gotten to a stage that makes you deserve that privilege.
“So you need to earn the title of a celeb however proper now It’s not like that social media makes individuals celebrities in a single day and switch again to say all these individuals name themselves celebrities,” she ended.
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