Apart from the usual NPP and NDC politics, both social and traditional media have taken turns in discussing and digesting Sarkodie’s diss track titled “My Advise” directed at Shatta Wale and Shatta Wale purported 10 seconds video sort of reply to Sarkodie also making waves on the internet.
On Wednesday we reported of an ominous prophecy by the preacher Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, aka the Eagle Prophet, pertaining to an accident supposed to happen near the Accra Mall. According to the Eagle Prophet, a fuel tanker was going to crash on Thursday around noon, catch fire and spread to the shopping mall, killing many who would be around at that time.
The doom prophecy to end all doom prophecies has arrived from Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, aka the Eagle Prophet. As we know, giving out these ‘doom’ prophecies has become the norm these days, particularly talking about celebrities who are set to die.
Rapper Medikal who promised to be the uber driver for two of his die-hard fans in his brand new Mercedes Benz has truly fulfilled his promise by giving 6 of his die-hard fans a free ride, lunch and shopping. The rapper obviously wanted to put smiles on the faces of his fans for their support all these years just like Canadian rapper, Drake did in his viral song “God’s Plan”.
Elorm Ama Governor-Ababio is the lady who staged a fake proposal at the Accra Mall in which she got down on one knee, proposed to a guy and he rejected her. The entire video was a staged event by Ababio, who said she wanted to send a message to society about women proposing to men.
An embarrassing episode occurred at the Accra Mall Friday as a lady tried to propose to her boyfriend and ended up with egg on her face. At this point one would think some people have learned a few lessons based on the misfortune that has fallen on others, but alas, they haven’t.
Marriage is hard to come by these days and for a man to propose marriage to his girlfriend is something that seldom happens in our part of the world. Even though there is nothing more romantic than a guy proposing to his girlfriend in public but it’s also embarrassing in the event that the lady rejects the proposal.
Charles Nii Armah this time around has unleashed his wrath on Ghana’s YFm Radio Station issuing threats to get them beaten for always playing trashy exotic music. Wale seemingly smoked the peace pipe with Stonebwoy and poised to have a good relationship with Charter House leaving him hungry for some other beef and the Accra Mall based Radio Station has fallen as a prey to the Dancehall Beast (kakai).
Has Cwesi Oteng found a new flourishing career? As George Quaye earlier this year accused the singer of having a dead music career which he (Cwesi Oteng) wanted to thrive on dissing him (George Quaye) to resurrect, during the lead up Gospel-Artistes-bribery brouhaha to the 2017 VGMAs.
The Award winning Gospel Musician has been cast for a new movie titled ‘Seasons In A Vow’. This marks the first time the singer is taking such challenge to be a cinema star.
Do we have laws in Ghana and when will Ghanaians begin to stand up against what is wrong?
According to several traders (shop owners) at the Accra Mall, they are being subjected to series of unfair treatments, extortion and unlawful demands by the foreign owners of the Mall, and have therefore decided to take to the streets in red…
Speaking on an Accra based radio station; one of the traders listed some shocking/unlawfully treatments the foreign Mall owners are subjecting Ghanaian traders renting spaces in the Mall to as;
Contrary to Bank of Ghana regulations, the Mall Owners are charging their rents in dollars—and when asked for cedi conversion, the Mall Owners turn to the high black market exchange rate for the conversion.
Secondly, the Mall Owners continue to pass on late payment penalties of their bills such as electricity and others to the traders, even when the traders have paid their rents on time. What happens is, after the traders have paid their rents on time, these foreign Mall Owners fail to pay the needed bills and when they are slapped with penalties, they pass it on to the traders…
Again, it has emerged that Owners of the Mall who have a similar mall in South Africa (where they are from) charge 15 dollars in South Africa for a square metre space while in Ghana, they charge between 50-60 dollars for a square metre.
The most upsetting and never heard of demand is that, the Mall Owners have requested that all traders using the mall must make their annual profit known to them—-and pay the Mall Owners 7% of the said profit. Where does this happen in this world? Why didn’t they just make it 10% and call it mall tithes?
Most Ghanaian celebrities we have faced with the question of trading sex for movie roles in the Ghanaian movie industry have denied ever doing that but knowing of its existence in the industry.
I quite remember during our Audio interview with Yvonne Nelson (posted below again); she also acknowledged the fact that this dirty practice has been deep rooted in our entertainment industry. But she has not been asked for sex in exchange for any role….
Some good for nothing directors (except their big pot bellys) are taking advantage of desperate and talented young girls, who seek to enter the Ghanaian movie industry. It is sad to hear or read mails like the one below. No wonder our screens are filled with so many talentless actresses.
How on earth can a man of one’s father’s age with little money to produce crap movies ask a girl of his daughter’s age to sleep with him before considering giving her a role… Pathetic indeed!… Read below what happened to a young sister I spoke to today after receiving her mail in her attempt to become a movie star in Ghana….