King of Westside rap music, Kofi Kinaata has lamented on how some Ghanaian Disk Jockeys (DJs) have been killing destinies of poor uprising artistes in the nation.
According to him, it’ll be very difficult to see or hear a Ghanaian DJ playing a song from an underground artiste on their shows no matter how good the song is but rather they prefer playing wack and senseless songs from any popular singer.
Speculations had it that the early and constant exposure of Okyeame Kwame’s children to showbiz and to social media platforms is just for the rapper and his wife to make some money out of them.
Reacting to this speculation, Okyeame Kwame’s wife, Mrs Annica Nsia-Apau during an interview with Graphic Showbiz stated that their kids don’t need any help from anyone as they are capable of taking care of them.
A few months ago we reported that Shatta Wale and his baby mama had separated after the Shatta Movement boss came out to disclose that he cannot be in a relationship with a “woman commando”. As every Ghanaian woman is expected to be humble and respectful to the man in her life, it’s totally different on the side of Shatta Movement queen, Shatta Michy and her baby daddy, Wale.
Ghanaians have read and heard a lot of bashings, slammings and accusations between Bullet and ‘Starboy Kwarteng’ over the late Ebony Reigns tribute concert gains. Enough is enough, neither Ghanaians nor the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) will continue to allow such act of indiscipline within the Union members.
Looks like the current crop of musicians have forgotten that old age is meant for every living being on earth but not to some specific persons. Gyedu Blay Ambolley has hinted on the issue of Ghanaian young artistes who do not attend funerals of their ‘fathers’ but would jump in their numbers to attend funerals of younger artistes.
President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour has been spotted ministering the word of God to a congregation. In one of his interviews with Graphic Showbiz, he disclosed how religious he is hence his Deacon appointment at the Redemption Power Ministeries in Sakaman, Accra.
Ghanaian actress, Bibi Bright is set to marry this Saturday, June 14, 2018, after failing in her last marriage and interestingly, she has promised in an interview with Graphic Showbiz to be faithful to her husband in order to avoid another divorce. Hey, Bibi Bright! Apart from being faithful and doing all the things a wife will do in a marriage to sustain it, there’s one advice nobody will have the balls and cl!ts to give you except Ghanacelebrities.com.
Some Ghanaian female celebrities and their antic is just ‘crazy’ — they do something weird to trend and the next minute they turn around to make blame it on the ‘devil’. This is the case actress Victoria Lebene who ‘intentionally’ stepped at MzVee’s birthday party with an outfit which revealed her n!pples.
Ghanaian Hiplife artiste, Nana Boroo who was trolled on social media for appearing at John Dumelo’s traditional marriage with his excessively bleached skin has opened up on how his skin was lightened. Nana Boroo in a photo with John Dumelo at his wedding went viral on social media all because of his “Micheal Jackson” looks–dude appeared “yellowish” even than our own musician, Becca.
Ghanaian celebrities and their marriage brouhaha–it’s all about today I’ll marry, tomorrow comes and the story changes. Well, one of our plus-size actresses, Roselyn Ngissah says she will marry soon and we cannot wait to witness that glorious day. According to actress Roselyn Ngissah, she is seriously dating one sweet guy and the only thing keeping them waiting is, “I am still praying about it. I need to pray because everything I add prayers to it. Soon can be anytime.”
“Birds of the same features flock together” and it is so true judging from the comments made by Mzbel backing Ebony’s fashion taste. “16 years” hitmaker, Mzbel has jumped into the defence of Ebony’s indecent exposure and offensive style of dressing. Mzbel stressed that “it does not make sense” for people to criticise Ebony’s sense of fashion.
Amidst backlashes and rants from the general public about her provocative dressing, 20-year-old female dancehall artiste Ebony has no plans of modifying her offensive style of dressing to something decent. Ebony speaking on Hitz FM said, “I won’t stop displaying my body parts. Ghanaians will get used to me. That’s the point of being a trendsetter.”
Talking about Yvonne Okoro who said men don’t have balls to approach her, regular hosts of Celebrity Fanzone Tv show, Chantelle Asante, Akosua Hanson and Jessica Opare Saforo on the show yesterday in the evening have unanimously agreed that the press should stop asking why established women are single because they don’t ask the well to do men who are single the same question.
The ‘Ghana Meets Naija’ concert is largely regarded as a musical showdown of sorts to establish supremacy between two countries whose musical trends have continuously influenced and rivaled each other in every way. If indeed, the concert is a showdown, then last year’s edition was judged by many industry pundits as being a unanimous victory in favor of the Ghanaian artistes who excited the most with their performances on the night. This year therefore, the Naija acts are pledging to bring their best performances to bear on the night. In typical Nigerian fashion, top Naija acts featuring on the bill have stated emphatically that come the night of 30th June, 2012, they will outclass their Ghanaian counterparts. The Nigerian acts billed to perform include African hip-hop heavyweight, MI, his Chocolate city label mate and crooner Brymo whose hit single ‘Ara’ is one of the most heavily rotated songs on local radio and on the club scene. Another Nigerian artiste taking Africa by storm, Davido, who has yet to perform his hit club banger ‘Dami Duro’ on any stage in Ghana. Also billed to take the stage in Ghana for the first time will be Don Jazzy’s leading lady and Nigeria’s finest female act of the moment, Tiwa Savage, who has three hit songs on heavy rotation in Ghana and Africa ’Kelekele’, ‘Love Me’ and ‘Oma Ga’.