Ghanaian female songstress and songwriter, Mishasha has finally clarified the normal procedures to be taken by the media house when setting to interview any artiste in order to avoid digging into their personal lifestyles and relationship except they are willing to reveal it to the public themselves.
The various interviewed asked by the media house are getting artistes weary, where most have found themselves by their various personal lifestyles revealed to the general public by the media. Recall to the previous interview held between Wendy Shay with Andy Dosty which led to a scene where the singer has to walk out of interview after so much pressure from the host pestering her to reveal her relationship with his record label boss and CEO. Second also to when the CEO of Rufftown Entertainment has called out the media house, holding them responsible for ruining his relationship with his girlfriend.
Reacting to the incident, the Ghanaian female singer and songwriter, Mishasha during her recent interview with Nana Lion on PLUZZ 89.9Fm, she made this statement in response to a question about disclose of relationship status and other private stuff in general as artistes. Artistes do not fall short of this as they are always asked questions about their private life and it goes deeper as to who they share their private bed with.
She revealed that female artistes have come under pressure for some time now as to disclosing whom they are dating and mostly there is the assertion that they are dating their managers. Female artiste Mishasha shares a different opinion as to privacy. With her, she feels that artistes need to have a private life by keeping certain things about not out of public eyes. She also added that being an artist is mainly about the musical aspect of it, so there should be more focus on her artistic side which shows more of her talent rather than her personal life.
“Inasmuch as someone is out there being a celebrity doing what they do, people feel their life is supposed to 100% exposure, no it’s not so. Being out there doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a private life. It’s the mentality out there that is causing all of this. If I decide to reveal it, then it’s fine but it should look and feel like a necessity or without it being known, things can’t go well for me”, Mishasha concluded with.
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