Ghanaian TV host AB General has cautioned celebrities that they should not dare enter politics if they know their brand is weak and that it will be sad end for them.
Speaking on the Entertainment Wahala Show on Atinka Television,he said those celebrities with shaky careers and starting carrers should not think about joining the political train.
He also said if such people go into it regardless their careers will hang on a tread and they might not be able to recover from the problems that will be caused.
"Samini joined forces with the NPP and even made a song Kpoyaako to back it up.Sarkodie got Kuami Eugene on "Happy Day" and they are still winning.
Do not enter politics if you know .If you know your brand is weak. It will be a sad for you don't".
Ab General is an entertainment critic Entertainment critic who gives updates on numerous happenings in the entertainment industry.
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