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Be wary of the dangers of peer pressure and fraudulent activities – Showboy to the youth

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Ghanaian musician Showboy has issued a cautionary message to young people about the perils of peer pressure and engaging in fraudulent activities.

During an interview on Adom FM, he specifically advised young Ghanaians in America to avoid illegal actions and instead capitalize on the opportunities available in the country.

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He urged Ghanaian youth in the U.S. not to succumb to the temptation of fraud or blindly follow peers.

Showboy emphasized that America presents numerous prospects for success, including ample job opportunities, and encouraged adherence to the law and responsible financial management, such as building credit.

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“I advise all the Ghanaian youth who got the chance to go to America to not go into fraud and not to follow friends around.

“It’s a land of opportunities, take advantage of them. There are many jobs there, follow the rules and the laws, build your credit,” he said.

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“If you follow friends, you will die early. Don’t let the pressures on social media get to you, those posting do not have anything, it’s just vibes.”

Furthermore, he cautioned against excessive socializing, noting that too many friendships can hinder personal growth and invite trouble.

Showboy highlighted the dangers of being influenced negatively, drawing from his own experiences where such influences led to missed opportunities.

Despite facing financial difficulties, Showboy remains optimistic and determined to learn from past mistakes, including his involvement in a violent incident that resulted in legal consequences.

He returned to Ghana after a period of incarceration and has been striving to reintegrate into the music scene, releasing songs like ‘GBA’ and ‘Stubborn’.

Showboy’s return has not been without controversy, as he has accused individuals in the music industry of setting him up and faced accusations regarding previous criminal activities. Nonetheless, he continues to focus on personal growth and musical endeavors.

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