AY Says Celebs Are Afraid To Publicly Endorse Their Political Candidates
The comedian asserted in a tweet that many of his coworkers avoid endorsing their favored candidate during election season out of concern about being blacklisted.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The comedian and film producer from Nigeria, AY, has given his explanation on why he believes most of his coworkers are afraid to support their politicians during elections.
He expressed his opinions in a tweet that was sent out on January 12th. The comedian asserted in a tweet that many of his coworkers avoid endorsing their favored candidate during election season out of concern about being blacklisted.
AY thinks that the choice is made to ensure the safety of his coworkers because many of them are frequently the targets of bullies who would stop at nothing to further their own agendas.
In his words, ‘Most celebs have become slaves to fear during elections. Whenever they publicly take a stand on any political candidate of their choice, they are either blacklisted or attacked by clueless thugs who would do anything to secure their own interests. Stop putting them under pressure.”
The comedian recently gave his peers in the entertainment world some sage advice.
AY encouraged his famous clients to quit looking to the internet for approval. The comedian asserts that no matter what, individuals who truly love them will never turn on them.
He counseled them to prevent depression and safeguard their mental health.
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