I am a regular visitor of your blog and I read how you and your readers always criticize skin bleachers/toners. Has it ever occurred to you that some people bleach their skin because of discoloration and dark patches on their skin?
When it comes to me for instance, from my face down to my thighs are a bit fairer than my legs and arms. I can not be trendy even when I can afford to because I do not want to expose my legs and arms which are darker than the rest of my body.
I’d have tried some skin toners for a uniform complexion, the only thing stopping me is the harsh weather we have here in Ghana. Lightening creams and the sun is a no no. I might get worse than I am. But this two colours that I have ain’t nice ‘koraa’ and not every young girl can stay with it. (more…)
Ciara will soon be popping the baby out…But before that happens, she has decided to give us the first peek of her bare baby belly…
The singer recently took some great shots for W Magazine and though we love the baby belly, we can’t wait to read that single tweet informing us that ‘Future Jnr’ is here…
Check below for more photos (more…)
For those of you talking slack about Joselyn Dumas’ legs, she has them out—and they are looking gorgeous. With the famous hips hidden under her dress and her legs standing firm in those sexy pumps, we just couldn’t take our eyes away from those legs…
It looks like Joselyn purposely wanted to give the legs a special attention by shading off the hips…And we know not all women can dare bring out their legs. This is when we shout “HAIL Joselyn Dumas!”
If you have the legs to wear SEXY Pumps, you can buy one of the below and go rocking!
Check out another photo of the sexy legs of Joselyn Dumas without pumps below… (more…)
Beyoncé has beaten other 99 influential people in the world to find her face on the cover of Time magazine’s annual ’100 Most Influential People in the World’.
The pop queen beat other names on the list – from President Obama, Hillary Clinton, Vladimir Putin, Pope Francis and Miley Cyrus – to feature on the coveted cover.
As people are fighting over who gets to be on the cover, some of us in Ghana are disappointed that this year too, no Ghanaian made the cut… (more…)
It looks like we will see more of Jackie Appiah and Prince David Osei this year—as the two have been spotted working on several productions…And those who said Jackie Appiah has not worked on the tummy, you get to see well for yourself her almost flat belly.
Eazzy must be loving the black jumpsuit in the hot Ghanaian weather—making us ask; how does she cope with it? But she looks FAB in it so we cannot complain much.
Check below for photos… (more…)
A source at Imajin Advertising has revealed to GhanaCelebrities.Com that music maestro, Kojo Antwi, is the musician to be celebrated or honoured – Legends and Legacy Ball 2014.
Legends and Legacy Ball is an annual musical concert organized by Imajin Advertising to honour legendary Ghanaian musicians. According to our source, Imajin Advertising allegedly signed, sealed and delivered a performance contract with Kojo Antwi as far back as last year (2013) April and subsequently paid Kojo Antwi part of his performance fee – awaiting the balance. The money was humongous we learnt!
Unfortunately, Kojo Antwi was not honoured because, after signing the contract agreement, Imajin Advertising allegedly approached Kojo Antwi later and proposed new clauses which were not in the original contract they signed. Imajine Advertisingallegedly wanted to use some of Kojo’s songs as MTN Caller Tunes – because MTN is the headline sponsor of the concert.
Since that new proposal or clause was not in their earlier signed contract, Kojo Antwi insisted they review the earlier contract and capture Imajin’s new proposal into it and seal it off, else, he won’t allow Imajin to do that. Imajin allegedly refused.
Again, Imajin Advertising allegedly wanted Kojo Antwi to perform with ‘Shabo Crew Band’ (contracted by Imajin Advertising for the musical concert) but Kojo Antwi preferred Kwame Yeboah’s ‘Ohia be ye ya Band’ which he feels more comfortable performing with.
Considering the additional cost of hiring ‘Ohia be ye ya Band’ to ‘Shabo Crew Band,’ Imajin Advertising insisted Kojo Antwi perform with the ‘Shabo Crew Band’ but Kojo declined. Also, Imajin Advertising allegedly, wanted to film the concert and later sell the CD copies, but since that provision or clause was not in their earlier signed contract, Kojo Antwi insisted they review the earlier contract and capture that too. (more…)
Few weeks ago, Hammer of the Last Two fame sat down with GhanaCelebrities.Com in UK for a chit chat and among the many interesting things he talked about, he opened up on TeePhlow—saying, he is one hell of a rapper, an outstanding kid with a super lyrical prowess and the next big thing to happen to the Ghana Music Industry. In fact, he was bold enough to say, TeePhlow is the next Sarkodie…(12:29 on-going)
Living by the above testimony, TeePhlow dropped a single yesterday-THE WARNING featuring Sarkodie which surely makes we think, Hammer is a damn prophet (no blasphemy intended).
Watch our interview with Hammer below…
Listen to THE WARNING by Teephlow Feat. Sarkodie
For a few days now, news of versatile music duo P-Square (Peter Okoye and Paul Okoye) breaking up has been making quick and disturbing rounds…Ironically, just a few days ago I was discussing D-Banj and Don Jazzy’s infamous split with a Nigerian friend. Human beings are naturally territorial—greedy and possessive. But sometimes we cannot do it alone, we need that magic of two heads and that is what the success of most music duos/ groups have been based on.
When D-Banj was at his peak with Don Jazzy, they virtually owned the African music scene, making hits, performing on stages across Africa and breaking banks. But they let it get to their heads; they started thinking they were too much to be pulled down so they started playing with their heavy weight position in the industry. They thought they could never be replaced.
So after many unnecessary misunderstandings which they were supposed to solve and continue working together, they decided to split. What has become of D-Banj today? When was the last hit? Is he still the biggest artiste in Africa? They forgot talented young boys like Wizkid, Davido, Olamide and more were waiting for their 15 minutes to take over.
In Ghana, let us not forget Wutah and Praye. The question is; who and what at all gets into their minds to split up just when things are going well? Only to end up struggling for one single hit…That’s it for that recap, lest I digress; let’s go back to P-Square. (more…)
Chief Executive Officer of Mad Time Entertainment and Rapper Kwaw Kese has announced an upcoming concert in memory of his late manager Fennec Okyere ahead of his burial this weekend.
The concert dubbed “FENNEC OKYERE MEMORIAL CONCERT” is set to take place on Friday April 25, 2014 at the forecourt of Fennec’s residence located at Manet Gardens on the Spintex Road.
In an exclusive interview with Kwaw Kese this afternoon he said “The family and funeral committee have agreed that there will be no wake keeping on Friday so we want to use that opportunity to celebrate the short but impactful life on my boss, my friend and business partner Fennec Okyere”.
He explained that the event which is being organized by Mad Time Entertainment and the funeral committee has been set aside strictly for the entertainment industry because according to Kwaw that is truly where Fennec belonged before his tragic death.
Kwaw disclosed that this is something he is personally organizing as part of the final funeral rite so he is throwing an open invitation to the entire entertainment industry i.e.: The media, artiste mangers, Producers, musicians, movie stars, soccer stars, Fennec’s business partners in the industry and anybody who wants to show their last respect to his backbone and late manager. (more…)
Actress Lupita Nyong’o who took over the world with her first feature film, 12 Years A Slave—and went as far as winning 2014 Oscar for Best Supporting Actress has been named as People magazine’s Most Beautiful woman of 2014.
Speaking to the magazine about the honor, the actress explained when she grew up she thought the definition of beauty was ‘light skin and flowing, straight hair’.
She also said: always said I was beautiful. And I finally believed her at some point.’ She said she was excited for the news to be announced, not just for her benefit, but for all the young girls in the world: ‘All the girls who would see me … and feel a little more seen’.
Check below for the Top 10 2014 Most Beautiful Women in the World list… (more…)
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