‘Stop living rich on social media when you know you’re broke in realit’ – Ghanaians abroad advised

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Jay Baba, a US-based Ghanaian musician, has said some Ghanaians overseas portray a rosy picture on social media as if everything is fine.

He told Amansan Krakye, “Sometimes people abroad pose by other people’s cars to snap a photo and promote it on social media, but they’re only putting pressure on themselves.”

“I have a Canadian buddy who is Ghanaian. We just met in Washington, so we went shopping and he asked I snap a photo of him.”

He said on the Kastle Entertainment Show, “He wanted to take a photograph whenever he saw a great car, but what will he do with them? Sharing such photos on social media will only put pressure on him.”

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Jay Baba, who won ‘US-Based Afro Pop Song of the Year’ at the 2021 Ghana Music Awards U.S.A., said such social media posts by Ghanaians overseas put added weight on individuals who do so to show off.

“Your friends and relatives would view these photographs and assume all is good, but when they ask for money you might not be able to supply it or even pay your own bills,” he said on Cape Coast’s Kastle FM.

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