Ghanaian celebrities who will retweet when you tweet at them

The advent of social media has given stars the power to connect with their fans. The worth of celebrities is also determined by the number of followers they have on various social media platforms. Such platforms include; Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service which enables its users to post and interact with messages known as tweets. It was founded by Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Biz Stone and Evan Williams. In 2018, it had a total asset worth of $10.16 billion, and in 2019, it had 4,600 employees. As at February 2019, it had 321 million active users.

It was launched on July 15, 2006 and has become of the popular medium through which celebrities interact with their fans. But what we term as interaction is relative because Twitter is all about tweeting, liking tweets and retweeting the tweets of others. It is open knowledge that most celebrities employ social media managers to help manage their social media accounts, but there are others who personally handle their own accounts.

Be that as it may, some celebrities do not engage their fans as it is expected whiles others do so. In this article, we’ll identify some Ghanaian celebrities who have gained the reputation of retweeting the tweet of others when they tweet at them.

Kwadwo Sheldon

He is one of the most popular content creators in Ghana. He has 200K followers. Despite his notoriety for being incredibly blunt to the point of even being intolerant, Sheldon is one who interacts a lot on Twitter by retweeting the tweets of others when they tweet at him.

Shirley Frimpong Manso

The award-winning filmmaker is also one of those rare celebrities who retweets when she is tweeted at. She joined Twitter in 2015 and presently has 8,269 followers. Her movie, Perfect Picture recently made its debut on Netflix, and since then, the movie has fared well globally on Netflix’s market.

DKB

The headmaster/King of Comedy is also one with an impressive level of interaction with his fans. In an interview with ZionFelix, he revealed that he developed an attitude of blocking those who spite his craft which has seen him gain a huge number of following on Twitter.

He presently has 263K followers and spends a lot of time on Twitter. He often retweets the posts of those who tweet at him (only if the tweets are funny or are a kind of endorsement of his craft).

Lydia Forson

The award-winning actress, writer and activist is one who has gained the reputation of one who loves engaging in intellectual discourses with her fans. She joined Twitter in December 2009 and presently has 513K followers. She’ll retweet your tweet only if it is not offensive and possesses revealing information.

John Dumelo

The actor, entrepreneur, philanthropist, UN Ambassador and politician is also one who interacts with his fans a lot. Fans cannot forget his weekly giveaways. He joined Twitter in March 2011 and presently has 1.2M followers. If you tweet at him, be rest assured that he’ll retweet it,  but maybe, if he wins the Ayawaso West Wuogon seat, expect him to tone down a bit on his retweeting.

Ameyaw Debrah

He is one of the most influential entertainment and lifestyle bloggers in Ghana. He is the most followed blogger on Twitter, and he has a massive following of 956K. He’s literally one of the coolest celebrities in Ghana and often retweets the posts of others.

Pappy Kojo

The musician who was stranded in Italy during the initial stages of the coronavirus is quite a funny guy. He joined Twitter in 2009 and has a following of 865K. Of course, Pappy Kojo will not hesitate to retweet if you tweet at him.

Shatta Wale

Despite his status, Shatta Wale has remained down to earth and is one of those who’ll retweet if you tweet at him. He joined Twitter in June 2011 and has a following of 2.2M.

Efia Odo

She joined Twitter in February 2018 and has a following of 309K. Despite being controversial, she’s one who interacts with her fans a lot and doesn’t hesitate to retweet when she is tweeted at.

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