I am Mrs Lawretta Ayodeji; a minister of God with a Law degree. A lover of Jesus Christ. I love life and live it to the full God's way
One of my favorite thing to do is to talk about our celebrities. Musicians, Actors, Authors and so on. We never get tired of them do we? They are more often than not a constant topic on the internet, T.V, radio, magazines and more.
I do have some questions that sometimes make me ponder, for instance: Are celebrities really worth their weight in Gold? I mean; are they as nice as they look on TV? Are they polite? Are they friendly? Are they approachable? These and many more questions often rover my mind.
You see, we love our celebrities and expect a lot from them in some model kind of way. We expect perfection which in reality is not attainable. We expect humility and a genuine down to earth nature but obviously sometimes we cannot really preempt a person’s character, especially very busy multi-talented celebrities.
We still love our celebrities and wish them well. They make many of us aspire for greatness with their poise and warm presentation on screen. What you get on ground when you meet a celebrity may sometimes be different from what you expect based on personal circumstances and the timing but don’t take it personal because many times it is wrong timing.
For instance, I have heard fans on the internet and on television say that they met celebrities like: Rihanna, Orlando Octave, Beyoncé, Iwer George, Megan thee Stallion, Ishawna, Destra Garcia, etc. and that they were very nice and polite to them while some fans said that they even got autographs.
Celebrities add color to the functioning of the world especially in the entertainment circle. Imagine Instagram or Twitter without celebrities? It may be boring but with celebrities on social media, we many times find juicy contents to occupy our time.
We love our celebrities especially the ones who inspire fans to be better people, and the ones who are humanitarians. I mean the ones who sometimes give back to society. Celebrities have the power to effect positive changes in the world due to their social status and influences, and so we pray that they begin to live up to expectation and continue to make us proud of them. Cheers