Ghanaians love gossip, not just the ladies but everyone, both young and old.
All it takes is for someone to say “have you heard” and we go clamouring for that piece of juicy information. I do love gossip too else why would I write for an entertainment and celebrity gossip blog?
Due to our love for gossip, we have a lot of gossip blogs around, even though most of them are in the business of copy and paste, there are a few ones out there that serves their purpose well like-GhanaCelebrities.Com.
Occasionally I would see a brilliant writer do a beautiful piece on something very vital and it will have 5 comments but just a lazy post about Yvonne Nelson ( no harm intended) and it gets about a 100 comments in 45 minutes. I’m concerned about the attention these stories get as well as the annoying comments below it.
For example, I’d do a piece about Tiwa Savage stepping out with her son and some blockhead will comment, saying “is this news?”
I know it’s not news but you just clicked on it when there were other presumably news worthy articles by its side which you probably ignored.
This is not to tell our readers not to read our posts, rather to stop whining about it. We behave as if we are being forced each day to read celebrity gossip or whatever information out there by whining and giving attitude.
But it’s a routine for some people. As soon as they wakeup, they rush to such sites to update themselves on what they might have missed while asleep (I do that too).
Once you used your hard earned data (one you’re probably going to complain that MTN stole from you) to click and read about something and you are going to whine about it, then what’s the use?
Whether you whine about the Kardashians or not you still come back and read more about them–thus we keep feeding the monster yet do not want it to grow big.
I’m saying is, we should stop giving prominence to trivial stuff like the way we are eager to have the latest sex video and what not. It’s just unnecessary but if we decide to give prominence to trivial issues and they blow up in our faces, we just have to get down dirty and just deal with the dirt.
But to all the GhanaCelebrities.Com readers out there, thank you for choosing us—we don’t take you for granted and at least we serve you with both the intellectual and shallow posts. You are at liberty to choose which one you decide to stay glue to…