Actress Lydia Forson has hinted that many Ghanaian youth are forced to engage in either ashawo or fraud to survive in the hot environment of Akufo-Addo’s Ghana. Lydia Forson has embarked on an epic rant this morning, taking aim at the hot conditions in the country. According to her, conditions in the country are extremely … Read more
Sending cautions to the Organizers of Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Charterhouse on their harsh decision taken against our two biggest music stars, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale, is what most of our celebrities are now doing on their pages.
Ghallywood popular actress, Lydia Forson on her Twitter page has also warned the board to be careful when dealing with artistes like Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.
Ghallywood popular actress, Lydia Forson unleashed her anger on Hitz FM and their Daybreak Hitz Entertainment Show tagging them as a disgrace to journalism after they discussed untrue publications about her.
According to the gathered information, Hitz FM discussed a false publication about Lydia Forson which had it that she was planning to organize a demonstration against the government to abort the construction of the National Cathedral.
The beautiful ‘all over the place’ actress is spotted wearing an attire that could best be described as a bikini. She shares this photo on her Instagram page with a caption indicating that she is admiring her own body which she termed “natural endowment.” The beautiful actress who was recently ‘dumped’ by her Nigerian boo Ice Berg Slim wondered why some people would be quick to change their statuses to single whenever they have issue with their spouses.
Trust the “All over the place” women association of Ghana to jump on the neck of anyone who jabs them on social media or anywhere else. They jumped on KOD’s neck for his “all over the place women” comments during John Dumelo’s marriage with Gifty Mawunya. Actress Lydia Forson, a staunch member of the “all over the place” women association has also jumped on the neck of their own, Princess Shyngle for mocking them to find men to settle down with and stop roaming about from wedding to wedding.
I do not live in Ghana and therefore I hardly deal with Ghana Police. But the few times I’ve dealt with them, it has been horrifying and a complete showcase of power, involving abuse, on their part. I’ve always made a case for Ghana Police that they are probably ignorant of the laws and therefore work with laws which are not really the laws. That does not make sense but that’s the only plausible explanation—as to why those who are purposely placed to uphold the law continue to violate and abuse it in such grand scales. Before I delve into the recent Lydia Forson’s unfortunate and frightening incident that was somewhat captured on tape with a man claiming to be a National Security Personnel in front of a helpless police officer, let me share one of my most recent encounters with Ghana Police with you. For the many years that I’ve lived in the UK, I’ve had not more than 10 encounters with British Police. I was arrested in 2016 for driving a car with expired MOT and road tax. My defence at the time: the car was not mine and I didn’t know the covering documents had expired. Of course, that’s not an excuse under law and since I didn’t even know the name of the actual owner of the car who was holidaying in Ghana and had left it for my friend (through whom I was driving it), I ended up spending some non-valuable time at Croydon Police Station as they tried to figure things out. Eventually, I was charged and let to go. That’s not the essence of the story. The reason why I am telling this story is that, despite having committed an offence, a clear violation of the Road Traffic Act 1988, the police at every time were polite. They kept referring to me as Sir to the extent that I actually started feeling like a Sir. I didn’t deal with just one officer. Those who arrested us passed us on to others and every Police Officer I encountered that day was extremely polite. It didn’t mean they didn’t do what they had the right to do. They were nice, even laughed at some point with me and still charged me with an offence against the Queen (state).
Ghanaian actress-Lydia Forson seems to be tired of how bad a lot of Ghanaian men are–when it comes to the art of “wooing” a woman.
The outspoken actress has taken to Instagram, to share her thoughts on wooing in Ghana–saying, most Ghanaian men are losers when it comes to making a woman feel special.
She stated that: “A lot of Ghanaian men have much to learn in the art of “wooing” a woman.”
“Most don’t know how to take a girl on a date, and if they do it’s always “food”, which automatically translates to love, and once those words are spoken it’s enough foreplay to begin a sexual affair, first by attempting to shove those long tongues into your mouth and swirling it around,” she added.
The ‘Girl Talk’ brand’s new vibrant initiative, the monthly all female gathering called the ‘Girl Talk Monthly Birthday Hangout’ dropped a big birthday surprise for Ghanaian actress-Lydia Forson who turned 32 a few days ago.
Unexpectedly, the birthday girl was ‘spoilt’ with a delicious cake made by Pinnochio, a bottle of champagne from Moët and of course a supply of Vitamilk.
Carved on the back of networking, support, empowerment and celebration, the ‘Girl Talk Monthly Birthday Hangout’ puts randomly selected women and ‘special’ personalities together—all sharing a birth month to celebrate their birthdays with fun packed activities.
Actress Lydia Forson has shared a couple of recent photos with her fans, looking to spice our day with her enviable contours and perhaps inspired us with natural hair.
She says, these photos are in celebration of herself—sort of throwing a party for herself for how far she has come.
We love the photos but we wish we had more of the back shots…
For those looking for floor sweeping dress’ inspiration, she has 3 lovely ones for you. Flip to the next pages for the photos…
Did you know Ghanaian actress-Lydia Forson is a good rapper—so good that she just murdered Nicki Minaj in a rap battle, judged by us. She wishes…But something of that sort just happened—the actress decided to take on Nicki Minaj and we are really impressed with her delivery. Perhaps, it’s time for her to consider a career … Read more
On Monday, Ghanaian actress-Lydia Forson joined the many revellers at the 2015 Notting Hill Carnival in the London—the biggest street party in Europe and she surely had a lot of fun. According to the actress, she “ was invited by GS Vision to join the only African Float at Notting Hill Carnival as a special … Read more
I ended my dinner and lunch sessions with the various celebrities—because some of these celebrities are damn “stingy” and they somehow ‘bully’ me into paying for whatever we end up eating under the pretense that, they are in London.
Smartly, they say, when you come to Ghana—we will pay too and since I never have the time for such meet-ups whenever I am in Ghana, I am unable to get them to reciprocate.
Anyway, for the great conversations and catch-up, I have decided to revive this—the limited edition. This means, I wouldn’t be doing it as much as before but occasionally, I will have dinner or lunch with the celebrities I want to meet and then we can catch up on some industry gossip and have interesting conversations.
The one time African Best Actress-Lydia Forson is currently in London—and we decided to catch up while making a mess out of some pizzas at a Pizza Express, Paddington.
For the first time, I met actress-Lydia Forson last night—-even though we used to be ‘good’ buddies who fell out over conflicting ideas and somehow managed to later find compromising grounds to restructure the friendship. Perhaps, if not because of our fallout, this should have been our 20th meeting…
Fred Nuamah is also in London (he came in from Cannes) and even though we stayed in the same hotel at Cannes, he just can’t seem to get enough of me so he kept bothering me to visit so that we can have our secret dish-Sea Food. Of course that is not true, he left his hard drive with me at Cannes and he needed it, so I had to drop it for him while he is out here.
With a lot of work to be done at my end, I thought it wise to pick Lydia Forson from her posh-Marylebone apartment and head over to Heathrow Airport’s Renaissance hotel, where ‘chicken’ Fred Nuamah has been staying. I wonder the sense in coming to London and staying so close to noisy Heathrow Airport for more than a day, as if you are waiting for an early morning connecting flight.
Driving into Central London no matter whatever time of the day is pretty annoying—and even though I intentionally scheduled to pick Lydia Forson at 9:30pm so I can beat the traffic, I was still a little late. The traffic never seems to die off…
And since Lydia Forson was bored of waiting, she recorded a silly video which she showed me when she jumped into the car. It was not that cold for a Londoner but for the Accra soul, her butt was literally freezing—worst, when we left Fred’s hotel at around 3am.
The about 30 minutes drive with Lydia Forson from Marylebone to catch up with Fred Nuamah was quite interesting as we continued certain conversations we had started in the past, mainly industry improvement conversations.
Actress Lydia Forson has joined the social media campaign to end Dumsor in Ghana, though she doesn’t seem to say so exactly.
In a piece she posted on facebook not long ago, she urges President Mahama to put his own power off for a generous 48 hours and then he may appreciate what Ghanaians are going through.
The ‘Dumsor’ is getting crazy in Ghana and for some reason, our Ghanaian Celebrities have now decided to talk. They should have started this a long ago…
Read what Lydia Forson wrote on her facebook below…
“I’ve been meaning to writing this for a while, but every time I start I’m just reminded of all the drama my friends face on my behalf every time I “speak” my mind. I’ve told them to stop fighting my battles, but well they won’t listen.
Personally I’m past caring about what people think of the things I have to say, it’s not for their benefit that I write; its for the many people who don’t have a voice or a platform like mine to express themselves.
But last night I had an encounter with a man who all but told me that I need to shut up about issues that aren’t about me or don’t concern me.
Now being the lady that I ” pretend” to be I basically tried to keep my cool and let him know, my parents didn’t raise me to be a fool. They raised me to ask questions, think and have an opinion.
So in honour of the fool who’s STUPIDTY can’t be cured I’m about to go in on something I’ve tried to stay out of, you know, just to piss him off a little. Ha, I like that, piss him of!
Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson used her official website MissForson.Com to wish her fans a happy 2013 in a lengthy but interesting write up… For those who have not read her New Year message, check it out below (unedited) I can’t believe what started as a slow year has come by so fast. Today is the … Read more
Whitney Houston’s funeral was held today in Newark, NJ. Despite the fact Bobby Brown got upset and bailed out, it was a very successful ceremony as many celebrities came out to pay their last respect to the pop icon… In remembrance of Whitney Houston, BET collected special messages from various celebrities and Ghanaian Actress Lydia … Read more
Last Saturday at the Exopa Burg, 16 models took part in the maiden edition of Miss News-One organised by the News-One newspaper and Exopa Modelling Agency. At the end of the day Miss Millicent Asamoah was adjudged the winner of the enviable crown Miss News-One for the month of August. Similar competitions will be held … Read more