5\r\nIn 2017, teenage superstar,\u00a0Destiny Boy\u00a0broke out after dropping a cover to\u00a0Davido\u2018s smash hit,\u00a0IF.\r\nThe cover went places as people fell in love with the song due to its fuji twist. What got us wondering was that\u00a0Destiny Boy\u00a0was just 13 years old. This got everyone enthralled.\r\nFrom there he started rolling with industry heavyweights like Tuface, Wande Coal and he also dropped more covers. Destiny Boy isn\u2019t the first kid superstar.\r\nLast year, we had Emmanuella cracking us up. Her videos alongside her Uncle, Mark Angel were always trending on YouTube. She was also regularly invited to perform at shows and she even surprised us when she went on tour to some African countries where she has tons of fans.\r\n\u25cf However, shouldn\u2019t we be concerned for these kids?\r\n\u25cf What about their Education?\r\n\u25cf Is Destiny Boy still going to school after he hit the jackpot?\r\n\u25cf Won\u2019t they rebel against their parents and drop out of school just to pursue their music career?\r\n\r\nInversely, this would have an adverse effect on them and the society. Their mates and friends would also want to follow in their footsteps by seeking fame, thereby paying less attention to their education.\r\nFew years ago we had\u00a0OzzyBosco. His kind of music was the childish type. Hopping up and down kind of music. Those type of music strictly meant for the kids played at birthday parties.\r\nHe tried to add some spice when he featured\u00a0Olamide\u00a0and\u00a0Vector\u00a0in his songs.\r\nThat\u2019s not all though, we still have several kid stars. What about\u00a0Ahmedwho\u00a0Wizkid\u00a0Pledged to sign after freestyling on stage at his\u00a0#WizkidTheConcert.\r\nMore and more kids are getting famous. And there are still more who will join the bandwagon in 2018. The kids would see the entertainment industry as an opportunity to evade the algebraic equation they didn\u2019t understand at School.\r\nImportant Note\u00a0\r\nThe kids would say to their parents:- \u201cSchool is not helping anyone, see Ahmed, our neighbour\u2019s kid, he\u2019s already making money, appearing on TV, and then Conclude on \u201cWho school epp!\u201c\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s true to some extent though, given Nigeria\u2019s deteriorating education. But these kids still need to be educated.\r\nAhmed for instance would have just finished Primary 5, he hasn\u2019t even gotten to halfway of his education.\r\n\u25cf Has he learned enough?\r\n\u25cf Can he speak and write in English?\r\nStill, Nigerians would support talent over anything as long as it is making money.\r\nHowever, it\u2019s important we all make these kids know the essence of education. Most of our Superstars made it to university before dropping out.\r\nWizkid\u00a0dropped out at Lead City University before dropping out.\u00a0Yceeand\u00a0Lil Kesh\u00a0also.\r\nAhmed would definitely be a superstar on 2018, this would encourage other parents to influence their kids to also showcase their talents.\r\nThen the entertainment industry would be littered with kids everywhere. Then several problems would arise, maybe a kid slapping his manager over money matters.\r\nLastly, the\u00a0Emmanuel Eboue\u00a0issue is a case to ponder. How his wife\u00a0took advantage of his illiteracy and acquired all his lifetime savings and assets.