The entertainment industry or world in Ghana is definitely not a place for the lazy, weak and people with shallow minded. It is an industry where only the strongest survives, in no doubt the weak will fade away.
Most of these celebrities in the industry can be said to te role models of most of the young ones struggling and finding their way to the top.
And one of such celebrities that is well known for her influence on the youth is Deloris Frimpong popularly known as Delay.
Ghanaian media personality and a host of Delay Show on Friday afternoon took to one of her social media platforms to advice and Al warn people who tries to be like others by using the same way and style.
On her twitter platform, Delay wrote that, "A butterfly that tries to mimic a bird will only suffer."
This above post from the media personality clearly shows that most people mimic others in other to be like them and those using that way will only go though a lot of difficult or they will suffer.
Delay posting such a post on her platform is very worrying. In no doubt, people will definitely try to be like her and even other celebrities but was she referring to people 5rying to be like her or who?
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