One of Ghana’s best rappers, Dadie Opanka has stated emphatically he is not a celebrity.
“I’m not a celebrity, I’m only a popular person living a normal life”
Just as some popular people get offended should you decline them their celebrity rights, the Tema based rapper is of a different notion saying he doesn’t regard himself as such.
In a chat on rythmz live, Ghone tv, the prolific rapper who has got sick rap anthem on the street admittedly denied his celebrity status and projected himself a popular person when asked whether he regards himself as a celebrity.
Explaining further, the ‘wedding car’ hitmaker opined he wants to be able to live a normal life, board ‘trotro’, join queues to buy waakye at his locality and be seen as a normal individual than to tie his neck with a celebrity neckless.
In a very profound statement, Opanka outlined one of the major challenges celebrities face although we see them excited in their photos.
He commented, “Celebrities are the most depressed people”.
Pappy Kojo and Epixode are among a few other celebrities who have confidently come out of their shells to launch their suffering publicly declaring they sometimes get depressed.
What makes celebrities depressed?
According to Dadie Opanka, one may think celebrities are living heaven on earth but on the real and within the celebrities themselves, they are really suffering.
He added celebrities suffer depression every day but the fans do not recognize it, they only see a nice photo of yourself having fun and they presume all is well.
So many things get celebrities depressed particularly with social media trolls, he said.