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‘Don’t Make Uncivilised Celebs Your Role Model’- B2 Of DopeNation Admonishes

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B2 of DopeNation fame, known in real life as Micheal Boafo has admonished the youth to stop copying the lifestyles of uncultured celebs and holding them in high esteem.

We guess the comment is lumped in the shadows of the influx of nudity on social media lately premised on the Akuapem Poloo saga. The Ghanaian rapper, composer and singer has therefore cautioned the youth that celebrities who are not properly mannered or cultured are not worth emulating as mentors.

In an interview said with Amansan Krakye, he reportedly said, ‘First of all I would like to say that not every celebrity is a mentor because celebrities are also human beings. So if you have a celebrity who is not properly mannered then obviously the person is not worth emulating.

If the person doesn’t know how to talk and how to act then the person isn’t a role model so you should understand that celebrities are human beings as well, he remarked. Talking to Kastle FM in Cape Coast on the Kastle Entertainment Show, B2 said that people should be careful about choosing celebrities as role models because some are good and some are bad just as ordinary human beings.


‘But if you’re talking about musicians who’re celebrities, musicians speak through their music. And if you listen to the song and listen to the lyrics you’d realize that this artiste is talking to me.

If the artiste is singing about love and it’s not about violence or about those things then you should know that the artiste is worth emulating. Lots of things that artistes have done that have brought development into the country, you can name it, it’s out there and you can see it,’ he continued.

‘So we should have it in mind that artistes who are celebrities are human beings and we have human beings that are good and human beings that are bad and it all depends on who you choose to follow,’ he ended.

SOURCE: www.Ghgossip.com