For the past couple of weeks, all we have heard about is the childish prattling of Tracey Boakye and Mzbel exposing themselves over the kind of lifestyles they lead. These two ladies, who are just a small sample of the Ghanaian celebrity class, revealed the open secret about how sleeping with old rich men finances … Read more
Uncensored, a new no-holds-barred discussion show rolled out by Chris-Vincent started last week with a refreshing conversation with a Ghanaian resident in the United Kingdom. READ ALSO: Massive Explosion In Beirut, Lebanon; Scared Ghanaian Lady Narrates Horror Story Of Injured And Dead Colleagues Clement, popularly known as Agenda, is a Ghanaian who has risen from … Read more
Prince David Osei has threatened to sue the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.com, Chris-Vincent Agyapong over what he terms a series of defamation publications tagging him as “broke celebrity”. Prince David Osei opening up about whether or not he owes Chris-Vincent some money and hasn’t paid since 2012 on Hitz FM said; READ ALSO: He Was … Read more
Ghanaian actor Prince David Osei on his WhatsApp status has lamented over how he jumps into the defence of his celebrity friends when they get cyberbullied but no one shows up when it’s his turn. But how do you expect the likes Yvonne Nelson, Yvonne Okoro, John Dumelo and others to jump into your defence … Read more
GhanaCelebrities.com brings to you some slaying photos of Majeed Waris’ ex-wife, Habiba Sinare who claimed on live radio that he is an illiterate and advised Ghanaian women to stay off men below their standards because those men treat women like trash. The couple got married about 2 years ago but had to end their marriage … Read more
After the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com, Chris Vincent and his Facebook followers blasted the hell out of some Ghanaian celebrities over their ungrateful attitudes towards Ghanaian bloggers, radio and television presenters, some of them have started coming back to their senses.
Yesterday Stonebwoy was also lambasted by Facebook users for attempting to direct Ghanaian traffic to a foreign blog just because he saw them posting an article about him, something he has never done to any local entertainment website after receiving countless hypes from them.
Actress Yvonne Nelson and GhanaCelebrities.Com boss Chris-Vincent may not be the best of friends but they are agreeing on one thing today and we believe many people than can be counted sleep with them on the same bed with regards to their thoughts on Ghana’s Independence Day celebration.
Anytime I share photos of myself flying to a different country, several people tell me that I am lucky to be having a fun-packed life and that they wish they could live a life of travels or something like that.
A lot of people think things happen in life by chance or luck—this is a mindset I departed from when I was 20 years old and was shaping my world-views on things.
When I was pursuing my first degree in Law in London, almost all my classmates were in a relationship and the majority of them lived with their boyfriends or girlfriends.
I was dating a Ghanaian girl then, and even though she would have loved to live with me, basically so we can spend more time and fortify our relationship as well as save a lot of money, the fact that she believed in an obsolete Ghanaian cultural and religious convention which demands not to live with a man or woman not married to you—made a push for this impossible.
Show me a “Yaanom” or an “All over the place” woman who wouldn’t jump into “Becca’s shoes” when the opportunity presents itself and I will show you a Chris-Vincent who believes in God or Zeus. One of the most beautiful and glamorous celebrities wedding we’ve ever witnessed in Ghana is Becca’s marriage to a Nigerian, Tobi Sanni Danni the Chartered Economist which happened over the weekend.
It was a regular beautiful day in Barking, London—the sun was out and there was no sign of the unpredictable London rains. I had woken up with birds singing into my ears; I spent the night at Waltham Cross’ De Vere Theobalds Estate, surrounded by tall trees and a large green field. The preceding day … Read more
Putting on thick-clayed makeup is now the way to go for most of the Ghanaian female celebrities–obviously to look beautiful and ‘perfect as Editor of Ghanacelebrities.com, Chris-Vincent puts it. Ghanaian professional s*x worker, Moesha Budoung’s obsession with thick-clayed makeup is incredibly insane–of course, that’s what her ‘customers’ want and putting it on arguments her ‘ashawo’ business.
The boss of SarkCess Music, Sarkodie is not only good at rap music but also when it comes to cooking good meals, dude is on top of the game. Sarkodie after all, may not be an “Arrogant Fame Driven Illiterate douchebag” as was recently described by Editor of Ghanacelebrities.com, Chris-Vincent–dude gathered few family and friends on ‘Mothers Day’ to give them a taste of what he’s capable of in the kitchen.
Obviously, Shatta Wale is desperate to make his recently premiered music video, ‘Gringo’ number one–he has called on the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo to hashtag his song on social media, apparently for more views. Shatta Wale on Twitter twitted:
A year ago, a beautiful innocent woman made the sacrifice of her life, to become the wife of Chris-Vincent, a pretty much an annoying individual. YES, so soon it is a year—and it has been a wonderful journey, much more exciting than I ever envisaged. People said couples fight after the honeymoon season, the relationship … Read more
A press statement from the lawyers of Inna Patty and Exclusive Events Ghana, the organizers of Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant to the general public and media houses to desist from further publications on the Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant scandal has indeed put some fear in writers, bloggers and media houses. After severally failed attempts to get Inna Patty to speak and clear herself on the allegations, that never happened but rather to the amazement of Ghanaians, a warning to online portals and media houses in a form of press statement to desist from publications on the matter was issued on December 20.
In Ghana, a lot of ignorance hangs on the neck of many including the highly educated, not leaving the uneducated from the basket of stupidity. Mostly the people you deem educated are the ones that exhibit high levels of folly and you are just left with no option than to conclude that they are on hard drugs. Mostly, these educated illiterates parade themselves on social media as gods, you dare not have a different opinion on their posts or have an intelligent discourse on topics like politics, religion and other thought-provoking subjects.
In Ghana, the truth is hardly spoken because of fear, favouritism and lack of guts or confidence. In the wake and heat of Yvonne Nelson’s pregnancy, birth and snatching of someone’s husband saga, the Founding Editor of Ghanacelebrities.com–Chris-Vincent wrote an article titled, “Yvonne Nelson Has Given Birth To An Ugly Baby, Perhaps A Bastard” and he received a lot of backlashes from the masses even though he explained himself clearly in the article, but you know this is Ghana and people just conclude articles with mere headlines. Well, maybe Chris-Vincent wasn’t lying after all as Radio and TV personality Afia Schwarzenegger has also called Yvonne Nelson’s baby a bastard because she gave birth out of wedlock. Afia even added that Yvonne is a husband snatcher.
I am able to call Chris Vincent ‘the devil’ himself because he has some things in common with Satan himself. All Christians hate Satan and yet he’s become so irresistible, even though the bible states clearly the ways to resist or overcome his temptations. It’s obvious that in the face of temptations, the words in the bible becomes irrelevant hence, we fall flat to the temptations. We publicly condemn Satan after we fail to overcome temptations and then still fail over and over again! In the same vein, Mark Zuckerberg has put buttons in place to avoid people we claim to dislike on Facebook and yet we can’t? Chris must be using some supernatural powers then. The classical case of Chris Vincent (the devil) and his righteous social media followers! I’m a controversialist—I love controversies so I follow Chris Vincent on social media and his blog, and that’s reasonable. There’s no way I’ll unfollow or block him, provided he keeps being controversial. It’s obvious fact that most Ghanaians hate him for his controversial articles and yet it has become a herculean task for them to hit the block button. Perhaps, Chris is doing something they secretly love, but publicly hate—that’s hypocrisy!
This caption from Empress Gifty Osei is either directed at the Editor of Ghanacelebrities.com, Chris Vincent and his cohorts or the gospel artiste just wanted the attention of bloggers and of course, she got it. We will not deny her that 5 minutes of fame we know won’t last beyond a blink. Albeit, I feel the former is what we have on our hands right now. I mean Chris is the most hated blogger right now after his article on Yvonne Nelson’s child being a bastard made headlines. The comments that follow that very article is out of this world.
There’s an ongoing debate about bleaching, emanating from a protest against a Nivea Billboard led by Fuse ODG and supported by Anita Erskine, Reggie Rockstone and others. Editor-in-chief of GhanaCelebrities.com has thrown in a contrary view to the agenda the Protesters are pushing, identifying them as cowards who can’t call out the likes of Diamond Appiah who even has bleaching cream line and some notable Ghanaians like Daddy Lumba, Apostle Kwadwo Safo and others who bleach, yet, they are leading a hypocritical crusade against Nivea.