Some Ghanaian celebrities are ignorant when it comes to blogging or writing about them ─ and it’s time Ghanaian bloggers educate them on the pros and cons of the blogging industry in Ghana.
The majority of Ghanaian celebrities believe that without them Ghanaian entertainment bloggers will lack content ─ I mean they will have nothing to write and update their blogs but that’s a fallacy!
This mindset of some Ghanaian celebrities is damn funny and it has eaten deep into their skulls ─ making them think that they deserve free publicity from Ghanaian bloggers forgetting that designing, hosting of blogs, paying writers, internet charges aren’t free, in fact, it costs money to set up and maintain a blog.
The majority of Ghanaian celebrities do not know that blogging about animals, wheelchairs, insects, insurance and others pay more than blogging about them.
The biggest celebrity scandal cannot even earn a Ghanaian entertainment blogger US$2,000 ─ and this is the case of Ghanaian actress, Salma Mumin crying over how some bloggers now charge fees before promoting her works and NGO contents.
Salma Mumin in her Instagram post said;
“FUNNY HOW SOME OF THESE BLOGGERS USED TO BLOW OUR PHONES UP FOR OUR SLAY PHOTOS TO GAIN FOLLOWERS AND NOW THEY ASK FOR MONEY TO EVEN POST OUR WORKS AND EVEN N.G.O CONTENTS. IT IS WELL”.
Princess Shyngle, another ignorant slay queen commented;
“How many bloggers have more followers than you 😂😂😂 you don’t need bloggers for anything honey they need you so don’t stress if they don’t want to post your work just use your own platform and promote yourself”. 👌🏽
Salma Mumin, how do you expect an entertainment blogger who’s not making a dime by writing about you to promote your works or NGO contents for free?
Salma Mumin give bloggers a break and negotiate with them when they charge money to promote your works because even your s-x scandal or n-ked photos cannot make a Ghanaian blogger US$500 ─ besides, Ghanaian bloggers also have bills to pay.
Alternatively, Salma Mumin, you can set up a blog solely to promote your works or use your social media pages with fake likes and following to promote your NGO contents or works.