The talk has been about Nadia Buari’s twins—and mostly, who the father of the twins are. But there are some who are still wondering whether the twins are boys or girls. GhanaCelebrities.Com can confirm they are GIRLS—and according to Nadia Buari’s father, the actress gave birth about 4 days ago.
The about 4 days ago date of birth displaces rumours that the actress gave birth somewhere mid February.
For now, GhanaCelebrities.Com can confirm the following;
The actress kept her pregnancy a big secret from the media, colleagues and all distant family members—which has come as a joyful disappointment to some friends who think they should have at least be informed as good friends.
Kanye West has released the CDQ or studio version for his brand new single, ‘All Day‘.
The song, which was premiered live on stage at the 2015 BRIT Awards, is the second official single off his forthcoming album, ‘So Help Me God‘. The track aslo features ST Paul rapper Allan Kingdom, Trinidadian-born American rapper Theophilus London and Sir Paul McCartney.
Listen to ‘All Day’ below…
Forbes rich list gives a general marker of who the wealthiest individuals on the planet are, and Microsoft founder Bill Gates has made topping the list something of a specialty for himself.
He’s been crowned the world’s richest man 16 times within the past 21 years; with Mexican Carlos Slim who beat him to the punch some time ago now firmly back in second place.
Warren Buffet is 3rd, with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg back in 16th.
Some Africans make the list, including five Nigerians. Business magnate Aliko Dangote is the 67th wealthiest man on the planet, no mean feat with a net worth estimated at $14.7bn (more…)
Nadia Buari made headlines with her twins yesterday and since then, GhanaCelebrities.Com has been talking with some people close to Nadia Buari and her family to establish if Jim Ikye is the father of the twins even though we are damn sure they broke up just before May 2014 as we reported then.
In plain words, a female friend of Nadia Buari said “Jim is not the father of those twins. Who wants to have a baby with this unstable douche bag—not the Nadia Buari I know”
Rumours of Nadia Buari being pregnant have been hovering for some months but they all settled yesterday when her adopted father-Alhaji Sidiku Buari confirmed that the actress has given birth to twins outside Ghana.
Though the father failed to mention which country she gave birth in, GhanaCelebrities.Com was informed by a friend that, the twins were born in United States shortly after the father’s announcement…
For now, Jim Iyke has been ruled out as the father—but we can’t bring our heads to accept the wild allegation that Nadia Buari may have used a sperm donor; pretty much not an African thing and also just as we said, why do this when you can easily get laid!
Ghanaian actress-Juliet Ibrahim turns 29 today-March 3—and as her colleagues and fans pour in the birthday wishes, we’ve decided to look at the actress in photos, from our collection…
Juliet Ibrahim describes herself as a Ghanaian actress, film producer, singer and humanitarian of Lebanese and Liberian descent. To clear the confusion, her father is a Lebanese, her mother is half Ghanaian and half Liberian—and the actress has lived in both Liberia and Ghana.
In 2012, Juliet Ibrahim won the Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Ghana Movie Awards for her role in 4 Play. She won this with 3 others—which ignited the single car for 4 people controversy.
Today, Juliet Ibrahim may see herself as more of a movie producer than an actress as she has taken more interest in producing—after having seen success with her first movie-Number One Fan and latest-Shattered Romance.
The mother of one is a divorcee whose acting debut was in the 2005 in the movie-Crime to Christ starring actor Majid Michel and others…
As to why she ended her marriage, GhanaCelebrities.Com was told late last year that, the marriage actually ended because Kwadwo Safo (her ex-husband) was all over with his pants down—and each weekend, he made excuses to travel to Kumasi where he was keeping his mistress, unknown to Juliet Ibrahim.
Even before Juliet Ibrahim, we are told Kwadwo Safo had a child with another woman—and then had the second with Juliet Ibrahim, and now the third with the mistress he was allegedly cheating on Juliet with…
Gradually, Juliet Ibrahim is taking on music as a career and we’ve seen it grown from a mere talk to having released several singles with her recent being Sholala…
Check out the photos below…
She is 34 years old and yet, she is confident enough to show us her abs—because she has worked hard to get it toned unlike some of her colleagues who cannot even look at themselves in the mirror, alone.
Living and eating healthy is a difficult journey and as such many of us run away from it no matter how beautiful toned abs may look like…
For her age, it’s definitely hard work and nothing else.
Continue to the next page for the face of the Ghanaian celebrity who owns that toned abs…
Thick Madamme real name Desire Danso has joined the GhanaCelebrities.Com vloggers team—taking the challenge to share her opinions on trending stories and saying it as it ought to be said.
In her first video, Thick Madamme talks about UCC’s Nana Abena Korkor Addo who leaked her own private videos—trashing all those who threw certain comments out about Korkor’s action, saying it’s not fair.
According to Thick Madamme, comments like Nana Abena Korkor Addo is mentally unstable, is not from a good home and others is not fair because we all do it except that ours have not surfaced yet.
Interestingly, Thick Madamme goes on to say it’s not a big deal and being n*ked is part of our African culture—citing some examples and adding that, Adam and Eve were even n*ked so n*dity has always been part of us…
She claims true Africans those days were not wearing clothes and even today, some people in certain parts of Africa go about literally n*ked.
You know what, watch the video below… (more…)
Just two months after getting married, Ludacris and wife Eudoxie Mbouguiengue have announced that they are expecting their first child.
The new couple took to their Instagram accounts to share the exciting news, with a photo of the “Stand Up” rapper kissing the bare baby bump of his new wife.
Eudoxie, who is from Gabon, first shared the picture captioning it, “Beautiful day on the beach”, before her rapper husband reposted the image on his account. (more…)
GhanaCelebrities.Com has teamed up with Pastor George Adu-Kessie of Kingdom Life Ministries, UK for a weekly vlog column-Time With Pastor George, which will focus on motivation, success, spirituality, religious teachings and empowerment.
For those interested, though Pastor George is a Christian leader, he intends to cut across with his message to embrace all the different religious people—and if possible, those without faith to equip them with the needed tools as we all journey through life.
For the first episode, Pastor George talks about how to release your potential—stressing that, we are all unique individuals with different potentials and as such, no one should try to become like the other. Rather, each individual must release his or her potential. Pastor George presents us with the keys needed to achieve this…
Watch the video below… (more…)
It seems the recent Kennedy Agyepong interveiw on TV3’s New Day in which he talked about having 108 houses—and added that 85% of successful Ghanaian business men dealt/deal in drugs has not gone well for him…
From a facebook comment that was posted (see comment below), the MP for Assin Central-Kennedy Agyepong is said not to have been happy with the many media reports which highlighted some of the very things he said; focusing on the insults he threw out, the houses he claimed to own and the drug dealership schemes of Ghanaian business men.
This has started a discussion on facebook in relation to the sort of people media houses in Ghana give audience to—and also, what the media are keen on reporting.
Contributing to this discussion, Dr. Arthur Kobina Kennedy wrote “Afia and others, the problem is broader than it appears here. There are ignoramuses and insulters but that is only a third of the problem. The second problem is that in pursuit of ratings, our media actually prefer these people to sensible, well-mannered guests. Furthermore, in the course of programs, the hosts do not challenge patently false or insulting claims. Many of the nonsense that people spew on air in Ghana will never be permitted in the US, Britain etc. Finally, to be fair to the media, they are, most of the time, giving us what we want. If we want better people and manners, we must demand that, with our fingers and advertising dollars.” (more…)
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