Why Some Ghanaian Celebrities Are Hiding Their Precious Children From The Media17 Comments

GC Staff
Posted on 31 Aug 2012 at 4:54pm

 

Mzbel

Mzbel And Her Son

Few weeks ago, I read an article online about the sad story of Tia Mowry (The Game Fame) who posted a memo that no mother should ever have to.

Apparently, she posted a picture of her baby son, Cree on one of the social media websites and some crazy people decided to do some damage to her son. They insulted the innocent kid here and there. Who does that?

In her memo Mrs. “Mowry” told her “ friends” , followers and fans to leave her son alone.

The truth is, celebrities willingly step into the limelight, exposing themselves to all sort of criticism. But their kids don’t ask for these criticisms. That means all the vicious talk about celebrity offsprings like Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s baby Blue, who was the subject of vile commentary when her 6-month-old face was recently revealed, is a no go area.

I’ve read and heard horrible and completely inappropriate comments( and I am certainly sure Ghanaian celebrities have too) about so many of these celebrity children, judging their facial features, weight and/or hair texture.

And there’s no way around it: It’s just wrong, wrong, wrong. The same rule applies even for the kids whose parents have allowed them to step forward, like Willow Smith. Willow’s varying hair colors, length and textures, her not-so-real tongue ring, and her unique (but age appropriate) attire has inspired all manner of harsh criticisms-some people have gone so far to question her sexual orientation.

Now, I need us to evoke what is called the “Apollo Kids Rule.” May be my American friends can explain it better. You don’t boo the babies!

Grown folks can get all the bashing. But the kids? It doesn’t matter if they are goofy looking, cranky looking or strange looking. No matter what it is, if you can’t say something nice then just don’t say nothing at all . That’s about what I need more people to do for our celebrity kids.

So ,there it is, I am sure our Ghanaian celebrities know this and  would rather keep all the negativity and antagonizing remarks away from their children. Maybe some won’t mind all the attention though…




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  • 27calibre (O_0)

    ONLY PROUD MOTHERS INTRODUCE THEIR CHILDREN TO THE WORLD ,KODUS TO MZBELL AND BEYONCE FOR BEEN PROUD CELEBRITIES MOTHERS .

    ANY WAY IT TIME MZBELL PUT A STOP TO BLEACHING JUST LOOK AT HER FINGER JOINTS ,I WONDER WHAT WILL HAPPEND TO HER A.S.S LINE .

    BLEACHING IS A FASHION IN NIGERIA AND NO ONE CAN STOP THAT BUT IN GHANA WE WILL NOT TOLERATE THAT AT ALL

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    Afrak Reply:

    @27calibre (O_0), lol at it is time Mzbel stops bleaching just look at her finger joints

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    nana ama Reply:

    @27calibre (O_0), HAHAHAHA YOU AND MIYAGI CRACK ME UP ALL THE TIME LOL INFACT NAIJA FOLKS INVENTED THE WORD BLEACHING LOL NOW LOOK AT OUR BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ALL WANT TO BE LIGHTER KNOWING TOO WELL IS BEST WE APPRECIATE OUR GOD GIVEN CREATURE…..CREAMS LIKE TULA, ROBERT SOAPS AND MAKARI NEEDS TO BE BANNED IN GHANA… SOME DONT EVEN THINK OF IMPLICATIONS INVOVES LIKE SKIN CANCER AND SMELLY SKIN TONE… GOOD ONE CALIBRE.

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    27calibre (O_0) Reply:

    @nana ama, it seems you sale soaps right ,our own nkuto is the best ahaha!

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    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    @27calibre (O_0),i totally agree with yiu those “lagos rats” are number one when it comes to bleaching and end op worst than an albino on top of it colour the their face looking like a ghost walking on the street with their cross legs thinking they beautiful

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    27calibre (O_0) Reply:

    @Dr. Miyagi, ahahaha ,cross legs lol

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    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    Lol most of them have that especially the man take Kanu, babaginda, Finidi George and their so called cele for example those two legs form an “X” when they running or walking@27calibre (O_0),

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    27calibre (O_0) Reply:

    @Dr. Miyagi, ahaha you will kill me with laughter ooo,do you mean they walk sideways like CRABS

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    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    That’s exactly my point bro hahahahaah @27calibre (O_0),

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    christine Reply:

    @Dr. Miyagi, LMFAO hahahahhaha

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    nana ama Reply:

    @Dr. Miyagi, hahahahaha ma stomach lol was expecting to read some from you earlier on lol hahaha thank God u’r back.

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    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    Loooool I’m back@nana ama,

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    nana nketia Reply:

    @27calibre (O_0), omg u hit the nail right on the head,her naked pic posted on gc sometime ago was an eye sore to look at,we see foreign celebs pics n go like woow,we see r local champions wanabe’s naked pics n is like a snap shot from a horror movie

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  • B.B

    geeeeeeeeeeeeeeez , 27calibre (O_0) , Miyagi & Nana Ama, if i die b’cos of laughter it’s b’cos of you guys. 

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    nana ama Reply:

    @B.B, lol i fell inlove with this joint lol because of miyagi oooo hahahaha damn dude is too much lol….school just started and is killing me but coming here just to read his comment lol gives me the strength lol

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  • B.B

    I read some of the comments about Tia’s son, and i was sad. I asked myself, how can people be so mean?
    It’s therefore not surprising to hear some celeb parents are hiding their kids from the public. And one thing is, those cruel comments will be there like forever on the internet and imagine those kids growing up and reading them.

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  • jsexy

    Mzbel’s son is cute! no wonder she wants more.lol

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