From brief snoops of sex videos on snapchat to sex tapes with unidentified faces, nudity was the order of last weekâ€™s entertainment waves, headlined by Shatta Wale and Fella Makafui and social commentators such as the controversial Counselor Lutterodt is not over the obscenity yet.
According to him, Fella disrespected him on Okay FMâ€™s â€˜The total showbizâ€™ when the showâ€™s panel called her for clarification on the closure of her wine shop and the sex tape brouhaha.
â€œShe gave us a very loose comment and finally hang up the phone on us,â€ the counsellor recounted, emphasizing the disrespect with which she conducted herself.
He was appalled, most of all, because â€œthese are some of the things, and sheâ€™s a role model. If you donâ€™t stop her, she has fans, just like Shatta Wale.â€
For the self-proclaimed dancehall kingâ€™s â€œmisbehaviorâ€, the counsellor called him a fool.
Shatta Wale rendered an apology to his fans, the public, the media and his record label for an alleged video of him receiving blowjob that was posted on his Snapchat account.
He described the incident as â€œunfortunateâ€ while insisting that someone used his Snaptchat account to upload the video. Despite the apology, some insisted he intentionally shared the video for attention.
Counselor Lutterodt seemed more worried about Shattaâ€™s influence on his fans considering his fame and suggested that â€œFoolishness is found in the heart of a child and we have to remove that foolishness,â€
The scripture is easily the counsellorâ€™s â€˜go toâ€™ guide book for reprimanding the numerous celebrities who have found themselves on his vile lips for one reason or the other.