The Ghanaian veteran singer, Mzbel has stated that the use of abusive language on social media lately is becoming unbearable and something must be done about it.
Speaking in an interview on Accra100.5 FM, Today, March 1, 2021, the ’16 years’ hitmaker suggested that social media platforms must put in place some rules to regulate and also punish cyberbullies.
“I don’t know about Nigeria and other countries but here in Ghana, from what I’ve seen so far and from my own experience. I think that people take advantage of social media to do inappropriate things we abuse it. The abuse on social media is too much. She spoke.
“There could be laws put in place and enforced to punish people who do certain things on social media. We have to create awareness about it otherwise everyone will just abuse anyone devoid of the person’s age, status or ethnicity, just because they disagree on certain issues”. She added.
According to Mzbel, Social media has become a weapon which can be used to deface the image of someone in a higher authority or a Celebrity.
During the interview, which was monitored by nanansem.com, She then urged social media users to make sure to gain a vivid information about a matter before speaking.
“Everybody is a blogger now because they have data on their phones but I don’t think it has to be that way. She spoke.