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September/1/2014 11:13 am Posted By: GC Staff

Chris Brown and Karrueche Back Together? The Two Were Spotted at a Pool Party…

Chris Brown and Karrueche at Chris Brown's Labour Day Pool Party

Chris Brown and Karrueche at Chris Brown’s Labour Day Pool Party

From BeyondGossip.Com

Chris Brown was photographed yesterday having fun with his longtime girlfriend Karrueche in Los Angeles. The on-again off-again celebrity couple were seen chilling out at a pool party organised by Chris Brown.

The break-up make-up couple have been cuddling up and flaunting their love in public ever since they got back together from their usual short breakup in July.

Chris Brown is preparing for the release of his forthcoming sixth studio album X. The long-awaited album finally hit stores on September 16.

More videos and pictures of Chris Brown and Karrueche having fun at the former’s Labor Day Pool Party after the jump…




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September/1/2014 11:02 am Posted By: Abena Appiah Amoah

PHOTOS OF THE DAY: Joselyn Dumas, Nadia Buari & Nikki Samonas

Joselyn Dumas

Joselyn Dumas

TV personality & Adams Apples’ star-Joselyn Dumas is headlining our photos of the day, with that bright yellow skirt and down-looking pose which leaves the shadow of her hips intact!

Actress-Nadia Bauri has also been going in for the ruff ryder appearances and this time, she is seen on a bad bike, probably, looking to join fast and furious 7—the bike version.

Check below for a shot of Nikki Samonas too…

September/1/2014 10:39 am Posted By: GC Staff

How Was Your Weekend GC Family? | It Was a Birthday Party for Me & I Went to Hell & Back with the Drinks

My Weekend

My Weekend

I have not been drunk this much since University days but what should a single girl do on her birthday in London when the drinks are cheap and she has friends ready to buy her more and more?

Since I was throwing a little birthday party for myself on Saturday, I kept the Friday night pretty simple—stayed in doors and watched some two old movies.

As if I knew I was going to drink my pants down, I had at last minute changed the venue of my birthday party from a bar to my flat and though some of my friends did not like the fact they had to carry their drinks with them to my flat, I am glad I did.

By 5pm, 4 of my friends had walked in with a total of about 7 bottles and some bowls of Chinese, a lot of spare ribs which we didn’t even touch but binged on the drinks until the actual party started around 7pm.

I was expecting the turnout to be around 15 people as people like my own boss-Chris-Vincent cancelled out on me, promising to make it up to me. Let me add this about Chris, don’t invite him to anywhere because he always cancels on you and this is my 2nd birthday he has failed to show up and he knows I am upset about this. LOL

Now back to my story. In total, about 18 people turned up and the flat was so packed with people and drinks—and I mean real liquor, the college style.

It was all fun and as people got more drunk, little arguments began to break between some of my friends and I didn’t want to wait till I see the ladies throwing punches so I ended the partying at about 3pm…

In fact, I thought I ended it but waked up in the morning around 9am to see people still sitting and drinking in my living room. So the party must have continued while I was knocked off by the drinks in the bedroom.




September/1/2014 8:06 am Posted By: Chris-Vincent A. Febiri

Hiplife Musician-Guru Says He Will Soon Become a Prophet As God Has Been Calling Him

Guru

Guru

Praise the Lord…Better shout Hallelujah as a new soul seems to be on the way for God.

The popular Ghanaian musician-Guru who brought us Lapaz Toyota, Alkayida and other hit songs have mentioned on a serious note that, he may soon become a prophet by honoring God’s call.

Making a donation in Kumasi at Baba Yara Sports Stadium over the weekend, Guru is reported by The Popular Newspaper as saying; “I see and hear so many calls from a strange voice speaking to me a number of times entreating me to come out but I have not paid ears to it. Most at times I feel scared to come out to tell the world what the voice instructs me to say. It is time I blow everything the voice echoes through me because whatever I am told by the voice always comes to pass”.

September/1/2014 7:25 am Posted By: Chris-Vincent A. Febiri

PHOTOS + Ghana Movie Awards Slated for December 30

Jackie Appiah

Jackie Appiah

Ahead of the 5th Ghana Movie Awards to be held on 30th December, 2014—the organizers have released some promo photos featuring Ghanaian star actress-Jackie Appiah and John Dumelo.

Per the Ghana Movie Awards 2014 official calendar, submission of movies starts on 5th September with public voting commencing on 3rd November.

A Nominees Jam at a Cocktail Event has been slated for 7th November at the MovenPick Hotel—and the academy will start voting on 1st December, 2014.

In its 5th year, what many industry persons and observers are looking forward to is a well organised event with no pre or post event discrepancies, which mostly taint the vision and purpose of the annual event.

Mr. Fred Nuamah (Founder/CEO of Ghana Movie Awards) has stated that a lot has been learned from the past years and as such, things will be better served this year…

Check out the below photos…

September/1/2014 7:06 am Posted By: Abena Appiah Amoah

Sonnie Badu ‘Says’ He Does Not Care | Shares Photos of Wife’s Son

Sonni-Badu & Wife Son

Sonni-Badu & Wife Son

Ghanaian Gospel musician-Sonnie Bandu married few days ago and after the wedding in London, he was slammed with a readers’ mail mentioning that his newly wedded wife- Ann-Marie Davis has a son (born one) and allegedly, he had an affair with Ghanaian musician Becca, sealed by a marriage promise which did not materialize.

It looks like Sonnie Badu is throwing the punch back at his critics as he has shared photos of himself and his new son, saying, the son wants to be like him.

Check out another photo after the cut…

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August/31/2014 7:39 pm Posted By: Abena Appiah Amoah

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Nana Ama McBrown

Nana Ama McBrown

Nana Ama McBrown

Nana Ama McBrown can be placed on the table as the only successful Ghanaian actress who has managed to break through the walls of Kumawood and Ghollywood, much loved by all from both ends.

The actress has managed to stay relevant all these many years—and up to date, she remains one of the most loved Ghanaian actresses and has an amazing sense of humor.

Nana Ama McBrown shared the above photo from the set of a movie she is featuring in, and it looks like it will be fun.

 

August/31/2014 5:10 pm Posted By: Chris-Vincent A. Febiri

You Are All Going to HELL Just That You Don’t Know | Gossip & Over Eating Are SINS Against the Lord Your God

Heaven

 

Disclaimer; If you are one of the many credulous religious persons who believe a MESSIAH resurrected from the death and that a prophet who stayed in a cave was visited by angels—and yet do not want these hysterical beliefs questioned under the microscope of reason, then do not read this article because you might find it OFFENSIVE.

Religion is violent, irrational, makes absurd claims which it hates to be challenged, allied to racism, tribalism, bigotry, glorifies ignorance and invests heavily in the oppression of women and continues to terrorize children—and I am sure I have not mentioned its hostility to free inquiry.

For people like me, the world would be much better if we begin to question the many extraordinary religious claims which of course it offers no extraordinary evidence for…

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Christians are the most difficult people to debate—not because they have plausible and persuading arguments, but because most of them have no arguments at all and mostly, are ignorant when it comes to their own beliefs.

I took time out some years back to re-evaluate by sense of belonging and why I was a Christian. And like most people, I was a Christian not because I thought I knew for sure the truth and believed the collected Bible stories were divine given but because my mother was a Christian and I was born into Christianity.

Therefore when I came across the argument that, if I was born in Saudi Arabia, there was a high probability of almost 99% that I would have been a Muslim, I realized I belong to Christianity not by choice or by the fact that it is the truth but by either heritage or by my birth circumstance.

Whenever I meet someone from Iraq, I assume by default the person is a Muslim and most times, I am right about this. Our religion is heavily determined by our place of birth, nothing more than that…

Therefore, if your parents are Muslims, there is a high probability that you would be reading this as a Muslim. Of course some people smartly grow to find their own direction just as I have done, but in many instances, this becomes impossible, especially if you live in a country where the punishment for apostasy is death.

How do you feel as a religious person to know that in about 20 countries, changing your religion is a crime, punishable by death in some of these countries?

Anyway, apart from such human punishments that have been put in place to protect certain religions and myths being paraded as truth, there is a heavenly punishment of eternal hell fire, awaiting all sinners—including believers and non believers.

I cannot count the number of times people have told me I am heading straight to hell because I do not believe in the God hypothesis or do not hold religion sacred, just as they do—and surely, religion has no sacred status in the hearts of those who live by reason and not superstition or myth. Religion must be tolerated with the same skepticism and be subjected to equal criticism as politics, philosophy or science—guided by reason.

Interestingly, it seems I would not be heading to his hell that many have put me to alone—and remember the Church of England somewhat has announced that there is no HELL anywhere. But for those holding unto this dogma, hell is real and it awaits all sinners, especially me…

I will be heading to hell with a bunch of believers including you because you are just as sinful as I am and since there is no hierarchy of sins in the sight of God, my non-belief which will fetch me that hell fire is equal to the below sins, which most Christians live by…

Before I talk about the sins which will land most of my readers in HELL, let me ask this; am I the only person who finds it so absurd that, a just God will throw people into hell fire for the sins they were gifted with? How on earth should I be thrown into hell fire for the sins of Adams and Eve, some fictional losers I do not have any bloodline with?

August/31/2014 4:35 pm Posted By: GC Staff

New Music Video: ‘Emergency’ By Eazzy Feat. Stonebwoy

Eazzy

Eazzy

One of the few surviving female Ghanaian musicians-Eazzy has released a video for her recent song-Emergency, featuring dancehall artiste-Stonebwoy.

Though a simple video, it shows some good dance moves—and surely, you can learn one or two moves from this.

The video was directed by award-winning director, Nana Asihene.

Check the video out below…

August/31/2014 4:09 pm Posted By: GC Staff

The Cluelessness of Ghanaian Politicians is Legendary | Education Minister Position on WASSCE Results Problematic

SHS Students

 

Ever since the results of this year’s WASSCE were released, indicating that 77% of candidates failed the exams, both the Government and the West African Examination Council (WAEC) have been on some serious damage control.

First WAEC came out to clarify, stating that out of the 242, 162 candidates, only 7, 442, representing 3.07%, failed in all subjects. Thus these were the ones who can be said to have failed, and not those who failed to gain passes in at least six subjects.

Then government, in this case the education minister Prof Jane Nana Opoku Agyeman, and one of her deputies, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwah, also came out to blurt out this same position.

Technically there is no problem with this position, as this 3.07% really represents those who failed in all subjects. But the results signify a much bigger problem; and the fact that those in charge are trying to skirt it citing technicalities does not bode well for any possible solution being searched for it.

Also there is a bigger problem with citing those who failed all subjects as only those who failed. Secondary education has many goals, but ultimately it’s meant as a stepping stone to tertiary education.

So if there is a cut-off point for getting into the tertiary level, and you fall below this cut-off point, I don’t see where the argument can be made that you did not fail.

Also using the criteria defined by the politicians, a student could fail five subjects, meet the minimum requirements for the sixth, and be classified as having passed. I’m sure I don’t have to say anything about how problematic such a mentality is.

Seriously this is our criteria to define failure? Those who obtained less than 45% in all the subjects they took part in…

August/31/2014 2:23 pm Posted By: Chris-Vincent A. Febiri

Pastor Chris’ Impending Divorce Illustrates Another Little Liked Truth About Christianity

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

The adage ‘practice what you preach’ must be one of the truest axioms ever coined by a human. All it asks is that as a person who always espouses a certain philosophy, must live by it as well.

It’s the best way to show the effectiveness or otherwise of whatever world view you’re espousing, and by being a great example of your principles, you stand the greatest chance of getting people over to your side of things.

It is why I always have such a big issue with Christians, because they are nothing like the Christ they purport to adore so much. Maybe they resemble their God a little, because he has in the past been proven to exhibit some not so savoury characteristics.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, PhD, is the founder and head pastor of the Believers’ LoveWorld Inc, and is one of the most famous, powerful, and influential men of God in the world today.

Now as one of the biggest men of God around certainly Pastor Chris should be a paragon of virtue, an example for all to follow. Of course as human as he is, you must expect a few flaws, but nothing on the level to invalidate a big part of what he has been teaching his entire ‘career’.

Yet his wife has filed for divorce against him in a London court, claiming ‘adultery’ and ‘unreasonable behaviour’. The details cannot be published for legal reasons, but the pair of charges certainly makes for interesting reading.

Considering the Bible’s positions on adultery and divorce, Pastor Chris is heading towards a double header that would certainly not end well for him, either on this earth or with his maker.

Pastor Chris and his wife, Anita, have been married a long time, and together have built a very powerful empire. So you can be sure this is not a marriage either would throw away lightly- and indeed the rumours have been swirling for a while now, there has just been a lot of internal damage control to keep this volcano from erupting.

But it finally has, so there must be a damn good reason for that. Predictably, church members cannot see any flaws in their leader, so there is going to be a lot of ganging up on the lady, calling her all sorts of names. It’s nothing new, and when you take on a demigod you must be prepared to face the consequences.

August/31/2014 12:35 pm Posted By: Chris-Vincent A. Febiri

Ghanaian Celebrity Brands | As Cheap as Toilet Paper

John Dumelo and Yvonne Nelson

John Dumelo and Yvonne Nelson

The concept of celebrity branding is deeply misunderstood and have no real connection with reality in Ghana—and even though I am yet to locate any commanding celebrity brands in Ghana, I know countless celebrities who are dead right they have powerful brands.

The test of a strong brand, be it corporate or personal is not what the owners think of their establishment, but how eager others or respected brands want to associate themselves and their products with that particular brand…

I wouldn’t mention any of our celebrities who claim to have a brand, though non-existing, because, I do not for sure want anyone thinking I am taking a big hit at him or her—and secondly, because, every one of our stars claim to have a brand, including, Kyeiwaa…

The reason why branding is key in marketing is that, proper branding does not only result to increase in sales of a product but other products associated with the brand. To me, this is where you are able to separate the chaff from the goodies…

At the international front, most well branded celebrities will sleep in the most expensive hotels anywhere in the world for free— and the hotels will be more than happy to give them all they want for free. Reason being, they want their hotel brands to be associated with such personalities to amplify the incoming sales.

I can’t think of any hotel in the world (including our little Ghana) that an actor like Denzel Washington’s team will write to and request a free one week stay in return for the hotel being able to advertise on their website that Denzel stayed there—and the hotel will refused. In fact, the hotel will even offer to pay him for the free stay. This is the power of a well placed brand.

When we talk about branding, our Ghanaian celebrities are so convinced beyond reasonable doubt that they have well intact brands when they cannot even score a free hotel stay for themselves in the cheapest hotel in Accra.

The real benefit of being a well branded celebrity in any part of the world is the fact that, you do not have to pay for what the ordinary “Joes” will have to pay to acquire—and this is because, business owners have faith in your brand and want to have that sort of association.

I know countless Ghanaian celebrities whose faces cannot sell anything, including their own songs and movies—yet they claim to have millions of fans and on top of it, well vested brands.

For some reason, I think the misplaced understanding of the concept of branding among our Ghanaian celebrities rests on the assumption that, dressing in fine clothes and having people LIKE your facebook pages means you have a well glued together brand, with enviable prospects—and yet, they will struggle to get Auntie Munni’s wakyee for free, using their brands.







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