Life is full of unplanned events that can cause even the strongest of men to break down. One day you are being hailed as the most influential personality on earth, the next moment you are seen on social media begging for alms, this has been a scene common in Ghana. In the last few years, … Read more
Osebo took to his Instagram to speak on a pressing issue of his which happen to be the fashion sense of celebrities in Ghana. He started off by saying he knows he will get a lot of backlash, but he is pleading with celebrities to appear in public distinguishing themselves as real celebrities by way … Read more
Top Ghanaian Slay queen Mona Gucci has revealed in an interview how some well known female celebrities exchange their bodies for money in Nigeria. Mona Gucci disclosed that these Ghanaian celebrities make as much as $15000 in 3-7 days whenever they take a trip in Nigeria. Mona alleged that some Nigerian businessmen genuinely invited famous … Read more
Father’s day was celebrated across the world yesterday, June 20, 2021 and some Ghanaian celebrities took time to show off their dads. Many Ghanaian celebrities joined in the celebration on social media sharing photos and videos of their fathers with lovely messages. READ ALSO: Kuami Eugene Shares Photo Of His Biological Father Who Is Also … Read more
Ghanaians are showering praises on the organizers of 3Music awards for putting up an amazing event last night and also trolling VGMAs for their 80’s mindset. Some celebrities also joined the bandwagon to heap congrats on the awards scheme. Notable amongst them are Sarkodie and Dbalck. READ ALSO: No Challenger! – Akrobeto Excites Fans With … Read more
As Ghana begins the seven days of National mourning of the Late J.J Rawling, GhanaCelebrities.Com brings to you photos of celebrities who got the opportunity to meet and hang out with the former President when he was alive. READ ALSO: KiDi Dragged And Blasted For Cropping Kuami Eugene From Their Picture With Rawlings— Screenshot Following … Read more
Omar Sterling aka Paedae, One half of music duo R2Bees, has given reasons why social media users should not follow celebrities. READ ALSO: Battle Of The Curves – US Based Ghanaian Model Challenge Moesha And Hajia Bintu With Killer Shape Recall, Medikal also called his colleagues “Banku celebrities” and said that not every word they … Read more
Rapper Medikal has sound some caution to his colleague celebrities who think they own the world or believe they can say anything because they are famous. In the space of two days, many celebrities including A Plus, Lydia Forson, Yvonne Nelson and the likes have used harsh words on the President of Ghana over his … Read more
Today, Friday, July 31st is the celebration of Eid Mubarak! All our Muslim brothers around the world are marking the day in the best way they can; there are celebrations and various events going on as they mark the end of another successful year. READ ALSO: Sarkodie Trolled For Saying He Would Rather Feature Tiwa … Read more
Some say tattoos signify power, others say it’s for companionship and love whilst others ink the important memories they don’t want to lose in symbols. So, however, you view it, a tattoo is always sending a message across and mostly, the bearer who understands it better. READ ALSO: Kwaku Manu Starts Beef With Chairman Wontumi … Read more
A tall list of ‘unemployed’ so-called Ghanaian Celebrities who have nothing to do with their time and wanted free champagne to drink have been disgraced by former stripper turned musician-Cardi B, in a manner that is both offensive—and at the same time laughable. Several Ghanaians Celebrities today trooped to Kempinski hotel in Accra wearing their … Read more
A host of UTV’s Telenovela segment and a newscaster on one of Ghana’s popular FM stations, Peace FM, Adwoa Yeboah Agyei has advised Ghanaian celebrities to avoid bringing their private lives on social media.
According to her, celebrities are to learn how to respect themselves which is the only way to prevent others from saying bad things about them.
On several occasions, I have actually taken time of my busy schedule to wonder where most of our self-acclaimed and wannabe Ghanaian celebrities got their arrogance and pomposity behaviours from.
Many of our Ghanaian so-called celebrities acts as if they are gods who live in their own world, and for that reason, no one should have the guts to question them on whatever they do, the reason why at many times their careers die prematurely.
A few days ago one SnapChat user @FatP**055 made some damning allegations against some female Ghanaian celebrities and their modus operandi during their usual expensive vacations in foreign countries especially in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai.
Even though they were mere allegations but in reality, there is an iota of truth in those damning allegations looking at how some of these female celebrities even though have no real jobs yet flaunt the luxurious cars and plush apartments on social media for the usual ‘likes and comments’ ‘madness’.
If you are an ardent follower of activities that happen on social media, you will not be surprised at all that savagery is the order of the day. Savage replies and comments are what actually makes social media fun to be.
Ghanaian celebrities are a category of people on social media who mostly or often suffer from social media trolls. Most at times they ignore whatever attacks are thrown at them but when they are pissed, they savagely reply with venom.
Some Ghanaian celebrities have taken to social media, Instagram precisely to post some throwback photos of themselves a decade ago ─and all we can say is God has been good!
The like of Princess Shyngle, Juliet Ibrahim and the likes have all posted some of their 2009 photos on Instagram with the hashtag #10yearschallenge ─sending messages to their fans that they’ve really come a long way.
Perhaps it’s a global issue: celebrities may seem to have everything or a lot more than the ordinary people, but they have a serious life-long deficiency—when it comes to those they can trust and call true friends.
Life without great relationships and friendships would mean little to nothing to a lot of us. Imagine you not having any strong connection with those you call friends—or in earnestness, you doubting yourself every day if those who hang out with you are truly your friends.
Over the years, I’ve come to realize a lot of our Ghanaian Celebrities have become attention seeking freaks, exigent for attention, especially on social media. It’s as if the LIKES they receive on social media somewhat turn to spendable cash in their bank accounts—as they’ve become extremely obsessed with this.
Ask yourself this: who are the true friends of your favourite Ghanaian celebrities? We’ve seen attempts by a few of them to hold together friendships which break down just as quickly as they are formed—mostly over absurd matters.
I’ve worked and been around several of these celebrities for so long to realize that, their biggest problem, probably an epidemic eating into their sanity daily is that, they lack genuine friends and have no proper relationships with anyone beyond their close family circles.
Of course, having your family around you is great. But family alone is not enough. There comes a time you’ll need friends—those who can look into your eyes and tell you the truth or those you can rely on for the sort of human validation that is so widespread among our celebrities.
Being a public figure, obviously, there is no doubt you will get enemies, bad associates and people who would use every single opportunity in their lives to make sure you fall from grace to grass so people can trample upon you.
We’ve heard a lot of speculations about the majority of our celebrities who have fallen and some even to the extent of losing their lives due to their weak spiritual strength.
Following the constant accidents on our roads, most Ghanaian celebrities have been using their various social media handles to promote road safety, calling on Ghanaian citizens to wake up against the irresponsible behaviours being exhibited by politicians.
In addition, actress Paulina Oduro has called on Ghanaians to wake up against the bad state of our roads which has been the major cause of deaths in Ghana; even as our careless politicians pretend as if they see nothing wrong on them.
Immediately after Micheal Owusu Addo aka Sarkodie who is arguably the most decorated African rapper of all time released his smash hit and massive diss track titled “Advice” to Shatta Wale many Ghanaian celebrities took sides to congratulate Sarkodie for chastising Wale in such a powerful manner.
Almost every single Ghanaian celebrity on social media from actress and actresses to musicians seemingly supported Sarkodie’s song, even Shatta Wale’s darling boy Pope Skinny endorsed the song. Efya, Jasmine Baroudi, Yaa Pono, Joselyn Dumas, Captain Planet etc were all among the celebs who stood behind Sark against Wale.
I do not know what is wrong with these many self-acclaimed Ghanaian celebrities and attention seekers. It is as if the only way they will look good and sexy is when they show us vital parts of their body. Even when they have a new project being it a song, movie or a business that they are releasing, released or starting, they do not display it as much as they display their “tundra” backsides and their “watermelons” when they are making a public appearance.
Even when they have a new project being it a song, movie or a business that they are releasing, released or starting, they do not display it as much as they display their “tundra” backsides and their “watermelons” when they are making a public appearance.
Arguably the funniest man in Ghana currently is actor cum musician Kwadwo Nkansah aka Lilwin. Nkansah is the most sought-after Ghanaian comic movie maker and he has starred in over 100 movies coming from the Ashanti Region and also bagged a countless number of awards.
Arguably the funniest man in Ghana currently is actor cum musician Kwadwo Nkansah aka Lilwin. Nkansah is the most sought-after Ghanaian comic movie maker and he has starred in over 100 movies coming from the Ashanti Region and also bagged a countless number of awards. Kwadwo Nkansah has done very well for himself from roles he has played in movies and the endorsement deals that have come his way. Once upon a time, he was a brand ambassador for telecommunications giant MTN.