Ghanaian music producer, Edward Nana Poku Osei, well known as Hammer, has raised a concern about who a celebrity is.
The renowned music producer in a post seen by Newshuntermag.com stated that celebrity is not a title.
He explained that the term celebrity is an add-on or complimentary to what they do or the impact they make.
Hammer added that they should stop calling themselves celebrities.
He posited that they should let others call them as such.
Hammer wrote on Facebook: “Why did they even go there invoking their celebrity in the first place. The Celebrity thing is just a complimentary honor attached to your art and the impact u make. It’s not a title. We’re artists, that’s our thing… and we need to stop calling ourselves celebrities and stars and legends etc.
“Those are all complimentary add ons bestowed on our impact on society as artists. Stop calling yourselves that. Let others call u. Besides it’s not even absolute, it’s relative. Not everyone in the showcase qualifies to be called that in the first place.”