….And does true love exists? Of course it exists; our parents love for us is true (unless you believe your parents are the cause of your downfall). People try to define love in their own little ways and majority of people (women especially) attach emotions into it, claiming it’s a feeling… I believe ‘love’ is a choice we make.
Our biggest asset as humans is choice – we are not beings of instinctive impulse only. We have the ability to plan, assess, analyse as well as scrutinise before we make relevant well informed and life changing decisions.
We choose to be with people -love them -to leave them. It is up to us to realise that our way of loving can imprison, destroy or bring liberty into our lives – and true love (genuinely) is not the blind type, it is true when both eyes are wide opened. Love comes under too many disguises.
Some say they love unconditionally – that’s great but then you don’t allow the other person’s condition to destroy you. If you reach out to help a person to change some lifestyle habits which does not sit well with you and they on the other hand are comfortable with their ‘condition’ regardless – it’s a choice they have made and you don’t have to be stuck with it….your happiness depends solely on you! (more…)
Information reaching GhanaCelebrities.Com has it that, not only is the arrested cocaine girl- Nayele Ametefeh aka Rubby Appiah known in the Ghanaian political landscape and not only is she alleged to be dating some BIG politicians per Ken Agyepong’s recent submission, she also dated Ghanaian musician Samini, sometime back.
It looks like the girl has a long standing chopped down history—and Samini is alleged to be one of those who was chopping her some time back.
Her Entertainment industry association came to light when it emerged some few days ago that, she even attend KOD’s wedding and we had some photos of her out there.
Let’s add that, the fact that Samini was chopping her down does not necessary mean he knows of her drug activities—of course, he knows of her hanky panky skills in bed which we may love to hear the story.
From the photo above, that is clearly Sandra Ankobiah, Kwame Sefa Kayi—and others out there behind smiling Nayele Ametefeh aka Rubby Appiah at KOD’s wedding.
We are told, she has been on a wanted list since 2009 though!
A distance relative of Kwaw Kese, who visited the said artist who is currently in police custody, has confessed that Kwaw has regretted what he did that took him to cells and promises never to repeat same act.
Emmanuel Botchwey popularly known in Ghana’s showbiz circles as Kwaw Kese or Abodam was arrested around 1:30am, Saturday at a wine shop close to plus Two Pub at Nhyiaseo, a suburb of Kumasi, publicly smoking cannabis.
The self-styled King of the Streets was put before court and formally charged with using narcotic drug without lawful authority.
The latest on the case is that the man believed to be headstrong and mulish, has turned himself into an elder suspect man and an opinion leader in cell – advising inmates never to repeat whatever took them there. Not only is he advising others, but himself – said “I will never repeat what I did that brought me here. This is my first time and I promise not to repeat it.”
This revelation was made by veteran radio presenter Kofi De Acquah of Luv FM in Kumasi who claimed that he has a distance relationship with Kwaw – in an interview with Kwasi Aboagye of Entertainment Ghana on Tuesday 25th Nov, 2014.
Listen to the exclusive interview below
The case was heard by the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) Circuit Court on Monday, 24th Nov, 2014. The court, presided over by Judge William Boampong remanded him to reappear on December 8 after persecutors argued that they were still investigating the matter.
Meanwhile a group calling themselves ‘Ghetto boys’ in Agona Swedru, where the Rapper hails from, has described the detention of the ‘King of the Streets’ as unjust and have threatened to hit the street if nothing is done about it.
If you say a prayer, say one for Kwaw Kese because the case seems to be more serious than what we are reading and hearing. Until then….MOTWUM!!
If you’ve not already read it, the Ghanaian woman-Nayele Ametefeh aka Rubby Appiah who was arrested in London few days ago carrying 12.5kilos of cocaine, worth about 5 million dollars says she thought she was carrying Gold instead.
So let’s assume she is telling us the truth—which means, her gold somehow turned into cocaine because it was too cold in London. WTH!
Anyway, a GhanaCelebrities.Com reader just sent in these photos, alleged to be the woman at her balling days—now her butt is all frozen at British jail, awaiting a Court appearance on 27th November, 2014.
Whatever it is; kids do not do drugs—those private jets, first class travels and others may not be for everyone.
Some other photos were added but they are too explicit to be published—she had some tattoos above her butt, and she was all n*ked
Check below for the photos… (more…)
Few weeks ago, Chris-Vincent wrote an article titled ‘Ghanaian Celebrities Turned Paparazzi…Who Leads the Race?’ and in the article, he stated among other things that;
“Interestingly, our celebrities want to have things done like it is done in Hollywood or any of the countries with a proper celebrity/pop culture. They desperately desire to be photographed when shopping, when at the airport and when driving in town—obviously, to have these photos published on the blogs or in print.
But since no one really cares and we are not there yet, these celebrities have become their own paparazzi; posing for photos while at the airport, while shopping or while out and about. Mostly, they beg any one passing by or a friend to take the photos which they then tweet or put on their instagram pages…”
And shockingly, Joselyn Dumas is still in the game—-as these photos show. The actress landed at Heathrow Airport for Friday’s London premiere of ‘Love or Something Like That’ and it looks like she paid someone to follow her around taking photos of her—the Kim Kardashian style.
We all know no paparazzi was following her or will even notice her, yet here we are with these photos—and the question is; all this for WHAT?
Sandra Ankobiah, Yvonne Nelson, Christabel Ekeh and others can be excused for this but Joselyn is a grown ass woman who we think should not be doing this.
Check below for more photos… (more…)
Punch me if you can—and don’t think I cannot land a punch on your nose too. I am not by this article suggesting that there are no hard working Ghanaian women out there. Definitely, there are several of them—and you wouldn’t need a degree in Psychology to point out these people when you come across them.
Hard working Ghanaian women who make honest living—either large or small, would not spend their entire day showing off their wealth. In fact, they will be working hard so wouldn’t have the time to be parading everything they own and those they have borrowed from others on social media or our streets.
Now that we’ve taken out the hard working Ghanaians who are constantly tired and on the run, let’s look at the reminder—a group of unemployed or partially employed Ghanaian women who live like Arab Princesses and yet we cannot trace their source of wealth.
When I examine the lifestyle and the belligerent manner these women show off whatever that they come in contact with on social media or on our streets, two things come to mind; It’s either these people are also into the cocaine trade or have 7 magical dwarfs who are constantly fetching them monies from the pockets of those working their butts off.
It’s beyond magic and science to find a person without a regular job driving expensive cars—and spending huge sums of money without thinking about tomorrow. And even when tomorrow comes, she will still have more to spend.
I don’t know of any reasonable hypothesis which could come close to establishing how this can be possible, considering the wide cry of economic hardship in Ghana.
It’s not just by chance that a certain Ghanaian woman who is known within the class of expensive ‘ballers’ was recently arrested in London with cocaine—it is possible that more of today’s Ghanaian women are into this business and their lifestyles alone should lead the police into snipping their bags. (more…)
Actress-Chinyere Yvonne Okoro turns 30 today—so we are told.
Born to a Nigerian Dad and Ghanaian Mother, Yvonne Okoro is the first child of her mother and the fifth of all siblings. She attended Faith Montessori School and then continued to Mfanstiman Girls’ Senior High School.
She also attended University of Ghana, where she studied Bachelor of Arts, combining English and Linguistics.
She made her first movie appearance in 2002’s Sticking to the Promise, a movie produced by the Nigerian’s Theo Akatugba. Since then, she has been featured in multiple movies—mostly Ghanaian.
As Yvonne Okoro turns 30, let’s wish her Happy Birthday—and also ask that, we wish to one day see her without those long eye lashes…
UP CLOSE and personal, this teenager encourages us to step into her world to appreciate the day to day challenges that are highlighted and which give us an insight into our interactions with our own kids..
Tell me a bit about yourself.
Hi, I was born 17 years ago into a family with two older sisters. I am a very active person who loves anything to do with music. My favourite food is jollof rice but I can’t prepare it (giggles). I also love nuts and grapes. I want to be an actress and business woman in future. My favourite subjects are Chemistry and History because Chemistry is the only Science I can do and History gives me the chance to express myself and talk a lot.
What informed your choice of career path?
I love money and I want to be famous.
How would you use your position in the future as an actress to influence society positively?
I would give to the poor, build schools and organise Cancer Awareness programs as many women are developing Cancer.
Do you plan on having a family?
Yes, I want to get married by the age of 27. I plan on having two boys and two girls but I wish they could be born old; the little ones are so fragile. Oh, and I would definitely want to get rich before I marry (smiles). My dream guy should be sweet, loving, faithful, hardworking and RICH.
Then you need to start now. Do you have a boyfriend?
Are you serious? (giggles)
Why are you tickled?
I didn’t expect that question. No, I don’t. (more…)
Kim Kardashian graces the cover of Elle Magazine UK’s ‘Confidence Issue’. On the cover, the gorgeous reality actress appears to be enjoying a cupcake.
In an interview with the magazine, the 34-year-old star talked about achieving self-confidence even though she was slammed and brushed off many times by critics. She also discussed the role her dad, husband and Kendall played in making her the Kim Kardashian we know today.
Check out more photos from the January 2015 issue of ‘Elle’ UK inside…
Ghana’s representative at this year’s Miss World pageant, Nadia Ntanu, has paid a courtesy call on Ghana’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, H.E Excellency Victor Smith.
The visit was part of pre-Miss World camping activities put together for her by Exclusive Events Ghana, organizers of the Miss Ghana pageant.
She interacted with staff at the embassy as well as a section of the Ghanaian community, who were present.
They pledged their support for her participation and tasked her to make Ghana and Africa proud once again. Ntanu assured them she would do her possible best to bring honour and glory to Ghana.
H.E Victor Emmanuel Smith encouraged Nadia to be a worthy representative for Ghana at the finals, a challenge she gladly accepted.
Some other officials present included, Damptey B. Asare, Minister Head of Chancery, Zuwera Mohammed Ibrahimah, Minister Consular (Head of Information), and George A.B Blankson Minister Head Consular Affairs.
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