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Don’t post pictures of your kids on social media – DJ Black


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Award-winning Disk Jockey, DJ Black has advised celebrities and Ghanaians not to post pictures of their children on social media.

In an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM hosted by Andy Dosty, the host of Music Box on Hitz FM noted that it is not advisable to share pictures of your kids on social media because not everybody out there has positive intentions.

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He noted that there are very wicked people out there who are ready to harm children just because they are the children of popular celebrities in Ghana.

“…We are always in a hurry to put pictures on social media. If you take a picture and post it on social media, there could be a child trafficker out there. The person can put the picture in a software and find out where you took the picture. Not everybody has a good mind and thinks the way we do…,” he noted.

Recently, Afia Schwarzenegger bashed bloggers for writing a story concerning a tattoo on her four-year-old daughter’s hand.

The controversial actress decried the act and cautioned the public and the media not to use pictures of her kids anymore until they are grown up.

DJ Black reacting to the development, advised celebrities and the general public that, “…Before you post your picture on any social media platforms lets kindly read the rules [of that platform] before we act…”

source: Myjoyonline.com


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