Celebrities Must Earn The Title; Not Every Popular Person On Social Media Is A Celebrity – Mzbel

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Ghanaian songstress, Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, well known as Mzbel, has opined who should be tagged as a celebrity.

The ’16 Years’ singer told Amansan Krakye in an interview on Kastle FM that not every popular person on social media should be described as a celebrity.

She argued that such a title must be earned.

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“If someone should be called a celebrity the person must earn the title but right now the moment someone becomes popular on social media we start calling that person a celebrity.

“It’s not every popular person that’s supposed to be called a celebrity but unfortunately that’s how they’re treating it here,” she stated.

Mzbel recalled how one needed to work hard when she started her music career.

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“But in our time when we started music, social media wasn’t there so for you to get an opportunity on radio or TV or appear on a front page of a newspaper, your works must have gotten to a level that makes you deserve that privilege.

“So you have to earn the title of a celebrity but right now It’s not like that social media makes people celebrities overnight and turn back to say all these people call themselves celebrities,” she concluded.

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