Afia Schwarzenegger, a media personality and socialite from Ghana, has criticized those who regularly insult public figures when their private lives are made public.
She stressed that celebrities are simply people and should be treated with care while expressing her concerns about the effects of such harsh criticism on them.
Afia Schwarzenegger reprimanded people who regularly make disparaging remarks and slurs against celebrities on social media when their issues are made public during a TikTok live session.
She emphasized that despite their special gifts, celebrities are vulnerable to the difficulties and problems of life just like everyone else.
She continued, “Just like regular people, superstars can have marriage problems. Additionally, they may encounter bullying or come into contact with harmful influences.
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Afia Schwarzenegger continued, “If a celebrity’s issue comes up, remember that even though we have some special abilities, we are still just people. Therefore, just as you may get married and fail, the same could apply to a superstar. In the same way that you can be bullied, so can famous people. In the same manner that a famous person can be drunk, so can you.
“So when a celebrity’s issue comes up, you [Ghanaians] should be measured in your utterances because we [celebrities] are not saints,” she added in her final words. It would be worse if every person’s issues were shared on social media like they are with celebrities. It may potentially extend beyond our capabilities.”