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Cyberbullying Will Never Stop – E.L Explains Why

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E.L, a popular Ghanaian singer and producer, believes that cyberbullying would never be solved as long as people are involved.

“It’s not easy,” he told Amansan Krakye, “but that thing you have to pass through because it’s not something that will cease entirely.”

“I know there are movements and people out there attempting to urge for it to be fined and put an end to it,” he added.

The ‘Koko’ hitmaker claimed on the Kastle Entertainment Show that cyberbullying will never stop as long as humans continue to hate and attack each other.


“As long as humans are involved, we’ll always be antagonizing and fighting one other,” he continued, “so unpleasant remarks will always be online.”


“I don’t think anything anyone says online will worry you too much if you know yourself and who you are,” he said.

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