In this week, it was revealed that Samini (formerly Batman) is engaged to two women, one in the London and the other in Canada. Most traditions in Ghana allow polygamous marriages therefore he has not committed any crime.
However, the question we should be asking is “do the women involved know about each other?” According to Ms Geker the London love of Samini, she was not even aware that the guy was also engaged to another woman in Ghana. And the first wife in Canada also did not know about Geker’s engagement.
Personally, I don’t know how Samini was going to play that but he messed up real bad. If he is a traditional man, courtesy demands that the women are made aware of this before any ceremony is performed.
In other news, Nadia Buari failed to use her first public appearance at the press launch of “Showbiz Honours” an event being organised by Emklan Events to clarify whether she was indeed one of the women in the alleged sex tape story or not.
When she was asked about the sex tape, she avoided the question and as the media wouldn’t let it go she answered with a simple “No Comment”. I see no reason why Nadia did not use that opportunity to clear the air and assure her Fans of her innocence. “No Comment” can mean a lot..
Finally the trailer for another controversial movie “Kiss Me If You Can” made the headlines this week and as usual the critics and commentators are more interested in the sex scenes and not the story line. Films such as “Heart of Men” and “Love and Sex” had bad publicity before their release for having too much nudity. This did not do them much damage as targeted, after all, there is no such thing as bad publicity.
“Kiss Me If You Can” is receiving bad press and some of the actors and actresses are being “bashed” for their roles in the movie. Martha Ankomah has received several slaps from readers and commentators hope she learns a lesson not to flood our screens with her assets freely to attain some desired fame as a young actress.
By Eric Kwame Anokye/GhanaCelebrities.Com/ United Kingdom