Basketmouth writes on the dangers of social media

Basketmouth writes on the dangers of social media

- While social media has its advantages, many like comedian Basketmouth think it has changed the world

- He thinks people now spend more time on social media than they do with each other

- He also added that people seem to take marriage advice from social media too

From time to time, arguments spring up about social media. While some think it has done more harm than good, others think it is one of the best things to ever happen to humans all over the world.

One person who has benefited immensely from the availability of the internet is popular comedian Basketmouth. Thanks to the web, he is one of Nigeria’s most recognized comedians due to his viral comedy skits.

But judging by a recent post of his on Instagram, he has recognized how the advent of the internet has changed almost everything.

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He wrote that social media has changed the world in ways that are surprising. See his post below:

Basketmouth writes on the dangers of social media

Basketmouth (Image courtesy Instagram)

“Strange how things changed so fast... Conversations became text messages.

Expressing feelings became emoji’s. Thoughts and emotions became updates.

Marriage counsellors became Instagram, twitter and Facebook.

Our privacy became social media.”

According to webclick.com.ng, Nigeria with a population of about 186,879,760 has about 97,210,000 Internet users. Also, about 52% of our population uses the Internet.

Watch singer Iyanya tell NAIJ.com why he doesn’t listen to comments from social media below:

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Source: Entertainment.naij.com

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