- John Dumelo has finally responded to the negative sentiment he's been getting on social media
- He's expressed that he's not focused on the negative criticism, but rather trying to achieve his goals
Celebrated Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo has finally responded to his many critics on his Instagram social media page.
Since last December's General election results were announced, act John Dumelo has almost consistently made the headlines for one reason after another. It's almost been as if he's had a calendar of upcoming scandals that he's diligently followed that's kept him int he public eye.
Initially it was all about the defeat of the NDC political party, a party that Mr. Dumelo had vehemently campaign for prior to last year's general elections. It later became his purported venture into agriculture. Then came the infamous V8 scandal where he alleged that his V8 was given to him by former first lady Mrs Lordina Mahama.
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Then can the recent A1 bread man scandal...have we missed anything? No? Okay, great. All this has probably turned Mr. Dumelo into Ghana's most embattled male actor...but his is a "live and let live" kind of lifestyle.
In a recent post on his Instagram profile, the celebrated Ghanaian actors talk about how people often ask him how he copes with the negative sentiment he often gets from the general public, and his philosophy - we must say - is almost downright unassailable.
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"I always Tell them, “see, God has given all of us 24 hours in a day, I’m using mine to achieve my set goals and be a better businessman and citizen, so if you will waste an hour to write or talk about me, who ends up “lost”?" writes Dumelo.
Based off of John Dumelo's post, one can tell that the guy is definitely not paying attention to the critics, and only focusing on bettering his brand and himself alike. Well, all we can say is, "Push on, Mr. Dumelo, push right on!".
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