The things that we see on social media each passing day sometimes is unbelievable although funny. Not many people would be ready to talk about self-pleasuring themselves. It is almost as if no one does it at all but in truth a lot of people than can be counted one way or the other fall for it.
The ever controversial Counsellor Lutterodt has been missing in action for a while now. This follows after Afia Schwar had revealed that his (Lutterodt) wife has left his uncouth ass. How true any of that is remains unknown but until now, we thought we have gotten over one canker.
Charles Nii-Armah Mensah, the man everyone loves to hate but cannot says he has been done with respecting and bootlicking people in the industry. According to him, he used to be that way and that rendered him poor until he decided to do otherwise.
They always say it gets worst before it finally gets better but we can confidently say this unhealthy social media banter our one-time parliamentary candidate, Diamond Appiah is engaging in will only get nasty and never better.
It is either Diamond is not right upstairs or she has a lot of time on her hands. She has been going on and on with some social media folks we are yet to see. According to her, these folks have been spreading lies about her and back bitting celebrities without any provocation.
Dancehall Champion, Shatta Wale has lately been on a loose-talk-campaign jabbing his fellow Ghanaian acts particularly Sarkodie and his arch rival Stonebwoy. In the video below, he admitted he used the “f” word to describe them at one of his shows when he was on tour.
GhanaCelebrities.com recently published a story where Wale chastised Sarkodie over unnecessarily bragging about his feature with AceHood and now he says Sark has been mean to fans, recounting how King Sark denied a fan to take a photo with him.
Have we all not beaten ourselves to this question—As schools all over Nigeria are about to resume for a new session, Nollywood actor Prince Eke ponders on the expensive fee of schools owned by churches. According to him:
“How can a church own a school and the poor can’t attend it…? How can you be teaching people how they can make it to the kingdom of God when they can’t enter your own earthly ‘kingdom’, built with people’s tithes and donations…? How can Christian schools be the most expensive schools in Nigeria now…? How can one relate this to the term “Christianity” with regards to the “Early Christian Community” ?