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Kwesi Arthur leaked video: an act of “character assassination” or an act to make him trend?

Character assassination, over the years had been the major challenge confronting celebrities especially at the peak of their stardom.

Individuals like politicians, actors, playwrights, musicians among other popular person one way or the other suffered this type of assassination while climbing the ladder of their career.

In Ghana, the word “character assassination” has rather been lighted as “Trending act” and victims take advantage to spark their fame instead of clearing things up to gain good face at the sight of their fans.

Some years ago, popular figures sued journalists and other professionals in court for defamation and character assassination.

It is worth noting that in the olden times famous people cared much about their personalities and did not give room for image tarnishing.

However, in recent times many people who wanted to be known or maintain their names in the Showbiz world least care about their personalities and the language they speak to their fans, thus always engage in bizarre activities  to chalk their names on the trending books of the country.

Gone are the days that popular figures liked to positively reflect in others lives.

Although lots of people including Shatta Wale, Pamela Watara, Akuapem Poloo, Efia Odo among others have used trivialities and other controversial acts to trend in the industry, but would this act help everyone?

Recently a video alleged to be the Ground up Chale boss, Kwesi Arthur banging a particular lady believed to be Efia Odo trending on the internet.

Meanwhile some believe it was the rapper while others believe it was his look alike.

Concern raised by some critics on the issue is that would famous personalities always trend with negative activities? or they should wise up to think of the long term, how those little acts could heap up to block other things they might wish to engage in.

The time has come that popular figures had to think beyond the word “Trending” to think of “character assassination.”

Many believed this act has black washed the society and has compelled youth to also engage in woeful activities to trend.

Let us wise up as a nation and contribute to the well being of the society to make  Ghana a beautiful place for all!

BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE

Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

An Entertainment Columnist, Content Writer, Blogger, Novelist, Poet, and a Publicist. For business or story tip off, contact me on +233 24 646 6866 or email: spotonnews.net@gmail.com

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