The source of income of many of our beloved ashawobrities is going to suffer after Facebook and Instagram implemented new guidelines against n*dity on their sites.
Any follower of the Ghanaian showbiz scene can tell there are many parading themselves as ‘celebrities’ – especially actresses – who wake up and the only thing in their brain is thinking of what nekid photo to post online to grab some ‘market’.
There’s a married lady somewhere not knowing that her husband is funding the lifestyle of a so-called celebrity in exchange for some s*x sessions.
However, Facebook and Instagram is coming to disrupt the work of Moesha and her ashawobrity friends after implementing new guidelines against s*xually explicit content.
In the new guidelines, users can no longer solicit for s*x on either Facebook or Instagram.
S*xually suggestive emojis which can be used to communicate s*xual intent without words – such as the eggplant (d*ck), the peach (a$$) and water drips (ejaculation) – can no longer be added to posts.
The emojis can also no longer be used to cover n*de body parts as a means of censoring them to escape being taken down.
With all these new restrictions, how does Facebook expect Moesha, Shyngle and their honourable colleagues to grab any meat on their platforms?
Zuckerberg is just killing businesses all around.