I don’t mind grooming my lookalike- Nacee
In contrast to other celebrities who are lashing out at their lookalikes, award-winning gospel musician, songwriter, and producer Nacee believes it will be worthwhile to open his arms to his lookalikes and groom them.
The issue of celebrity lookalikes is growing in popularity on social media as some individuals who allegedly have a striking resemblance to a number of well-known celebrities emerge and portray themselves as these superstars' miniature copies.
The situation has prompted replies from the celebrities whose lookalikes have emerged, and the majority of them have cautioned these purported lookalikes to avoid capitalizing on their fame.
It appears Nacee feels otherwise, the "Efata Wo" hitmaker would even go above and beyond for his impersonators.
He highlighted in a recent interview with Joynews that he would be willing to train “my lookalike as long as they show interest in the music space.”
“As for me, if I see my lookalike, I will invite him, give him water and everything to make him comfortable and if he happens to be a good singer and is interested in doing what I am doing, I will teach him for free.”
According to Nacee, it would be a voluntary act on his part, but he would not hesitate to sever ties with anyone he chooses to mentor who will attempt to undermine his years of arduous labor.
“I will not be happy seeing my lookalike performing my songs on patches and somebody somewhere will think that I am the one and imagine the performance does not go as it is supposed to.
The insult will go like ‘w’abon’ and I can even lose business from that. I will welcome you, train you, but for you to ride on my glory, that will be so wrong. I would rather find a way and give you whatever support you need and I expect you to also accord me with that respect,” he cautioned