If you have interacted with any of the current social media platforms and you see a celeb or any trending post there are three things you are going to see under those types of posts. One of the three things you will see is someone supporting the post. The second of the three things you might see are those who are present on the platform just to troll or argue. The third of the three things is online advertisers.
These online advertisers are fellow Ghanaians who have decided to explore entrepreneurship as their source of income, and thus personally market their products given the little clout they can get from the posts of celebrities or trends.
Television personality and celebrity Nana Aba Anamoah has however through her posts voiced her opinion by asking "Why do you advertise under people's posts?"
Ghanaians being Ghanaians and fun at heart took their time to also let her know their various reasons.
One replied that, If they asked Celebs to give them a shoutout they wouldn't, therefore this is their last resort.
Another user humorously replied that "Twitter is the wild wild west" implying that posts belong to no one and thus, she shouldn't try to claim ownership or try to regulate it.
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