KiDi, a singer, is stepping up his "be kind" campaign and has been seen counselling students at a school.
The creator of the smash song "Touch It" received harsh criticism for some questionable tweets he sent out before he was famous.
Even though he had already expressed regret for the same tweets in 2020, he did so once more when the topic came up.
The musician has long preached against cyberbullying while putting a strong focus on the need to respect differing viewpoints.
He informed the audience, "...you literally could be whoever you want to be behind your phones...," during his performance at the well-attended Reeperbahn Festival in Germany.
Please be gentle, I beg of you all. Be kind to one another.
In order to advance the campaign, on October 5 the KFC brand ambassador went to the Mary Mother of Good Counsel school in Airport-West, Accra, together with representatives from the fast food chain.
The students were instructed by KiDi to always attempt to be kind to one another and tolerating of conflicting viewpoints.The musician and KFC gave gifts to the school's students and teachers.
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