Veteran Nollywood actor, Segun Arinze, has warned celebrities against putting their private lives on the social media.
Arinze said many celebrities are not helping their marriages by displaying the private lives on the social media. social media is enhancing many celebrities marriage crash.
According to the actor, “I have had my share of it, remember I had a broken marriage”, recounting his ordeal to LIB.
Naija News learnt that the 52-year-old actor’s marriage hit the rocks in 2003 with his ex-wife, Anne Njemanze who is also an actress.
“Social Media is helping to destroy so many marriages and a lot of our so-called celebrities are not helping themselves by putting their marriages and relationships on social media.
“Your private life should be private. I have had my share of it, remember I had a broken marriage before I remarried again.
“Learn to keep your private life private and your public life public. You don’t let the whole world come into your life and see what you are doing because the same people who are seeing you today and going to mock you tomorrow.
“As a public figure, it’s really tough being a public figure. Celebrities need to separate their private lives from the public, show what’s necessary if it’s important.
“It’s really crazy how everybody post about their private life on the Internet, looking for likes and all that. Social media has its advantages in terms of reaching out to fans, marketing and promoting of your brands. But the disadvantages will come back to hurt you,” Arinze advised.
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