Wrong choices

They may subscribe to the questionable edict that bad publicity is good publicity anyway, but may soon realise the folly of their attention-seeking antics.

They may subscribe to the questionable edict that bad publicity is good publicity anyway, but may soon realise the folly of their attention-seeking antics.

We're talking about local celebrities - such as TV actor Senzo Ngqobe and Mandoza - who seem unfazed by the damage caused to their reputations by both their errant ways and bad publicity.

Surely the public is not amused by their rabble-rousing behaviour - much less youngsters who look up to them as role models.

Soon they will realise that it takes many years to build a good name and a mere error of judgment to destroy it.

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