Do not be influenced by the lifestyle of any celebrity if you want to succeed in life - Actor advises Ghanaians

Do not be influenced by the lifestyle of any celebrity if you want to succeed in life - Actor advises Ghanaians

One of Kumawood’s favorite actors, Samuel Ofori has indicated that most stars or celebrities on earth are not real and emulating their lifestyle was not going to end one well in the end.

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Do not follow any celebrity on earth if you want to succeed - Kumawood actor sends critical message to all Ghanaians

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Speaking in a self-recorded video and posted on Facebook, the actor went on to say that most of the celebrities were living ‘fake’ lives therefore anyone who attempted to follow them was doing so at their own risk.

He admonished people to rather follow Jesus Christ because he was the only authentic star he had come across. He added that Jesus was the only one whose birth was signified with a star and was also the only one who performed miracles including the first miracle of turning water into wine.

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He said earthly stars were mere mortals and could fall sick and even die but Jesus Christ was the only one who had conquered death.

Speaking in the local Twi language, Samuel Ofori indicated that, the earthly celebrities only taught people how to smoke, womanize, practice occultism and engage in acts that were unpleasant in the sight of God.

He said the best role model anyone could have was Jesus Christ because he was real and was the only one whose life was worthy of emulation.

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He admonished Ghanaians to spend time with Jesus Christ first before coming out to follow celebrities on social media.

He asked Ghanaians not to be perturbed by the way of life of some celebrities on social media because some of the things they did were all for show and not a reflection of their real lives.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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