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“I Cannot Survive Without Wee” – Ras Kuuku Speaks On His Chronic Addiction

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Reigning Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year, Ras Kuuku has disclosed that there is only one thing he cannot live without and that is Marijuana. READ ALSO: My Husband Is Wasting Government Money On Slay Queens – Popular MP’s Wife Cries Ras Kuuku has said this in many interviews but the passion at which he made … Read more

Ras Kuuku Currently On Admission After His Asaase Radio Sound Clash Performance— Details Here

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The award certainly comes with a price and Ras Kuuku is paying his fair share. The reggae artiste since his win from this year’s VGMA has made headlines for all the bad reasons. READ ALSO: Banku With Okro Soup Made My Stomach Big— Diana Asamoah Rubbishes Pregnancy Rumors According to reports, Ras Kuuku is currently … Read more

Ras Kuuku’s VGMA Plaque Found— Okada Rider Returns It From The Ghetto— VIDEO

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Yesterday, there were several reports that Reggae singer Ras Kuuku has lost his VGMA plague to thieves. Apparently, he had been touring with the awards since it landed in his hands and someone who was really not feeling the whole vibe whisked it from his hands. READ ALSO: The NDC’s Manifesto Is A Will For … Read more

Ras Kuuku’s VGMA Plaque Has Been Stolen After Touring The Streets With It— Report

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Chairman is in hot waters! According to reports, Ras Kuuku’s VGMA plaque as Reggae artist of the year has been whisked from his hand after he toured the streets with it. READ ALSO: Mahama Is Senseless!— Kennedy Agyapong Bluntly Remarks! Allegedly, some thieves took it from his hands when he was busily showing it off. … Read more

Here Is How Celebrities Reacted To The Legalization Of ‘Weed’ In Ghana – Screenshots

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The news of Ghana legalizing the use of narcotic substance cannabis has been well received by some Ghanaian celebrities. How the likes of Abeiku Santana, Samini, Shatta Wale, Ras Kuuku and others celebrated, it as if they where finally rescued from bondage. READ ALSO: ‘Weed’ Legalized For Medicinal And Industrial Use In Ghana Parliament on … Read more

Marijuana is 4,000 Times More Expensive than Cocoa and Should Be Legalized — Says Ras Kuuku

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Another day, another advocate for marijuana legalization in Ghana has come out to make their case.

Reggae/Dancehall star Ras Kuuku has called for the ‘international herb’ to be legalized, arguing that it is a more expensive product than cocoa and can make Ghana much more money.

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VIDEO: Okomfour Kwadee Takes Patrons At S-Concert Back To The 2000s

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Ghanaian hiplife artiste, Okomfour Kwadee who went missing from the music scenes as a result of his alleged abuse of Indian hemp (Wee) never disappointed patrons present at the just ended S-Concert as he took them back to the 2000s.

After a decade of musical asylum, Kwadee signed his welcome back note when he took to the stage and gave out all his best ─back to back hit songs from his 2000 archives.

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Jesus’ 2nd Coming Has Already Happened – Ras Kuuku

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Dear Christians, if you are awaiting the most anticipated second coming of Jesus Christ then you have missed out according to the philosophy of Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall Musician Ras Kuuku.

The “Nwansina” singer has told Berla Mundi that the Ethiopia Emperor, Haile Selassie’s life on earth was Jesus’ second coming that most Christians believe it’s yet to come.

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Ahead of 2016 Elections—MUSIGA Releases All Star PEACE Song | Featuring Dr Knii Lante, Iwan, Nero X, Sherifa Gunu, Ras Kuuku, Gasmilla, Adane Best, Black Rasta & Others

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Peace
Peace

We miss those days of ALL STAR songs and MUSIGA has perfectly served us with one, ahead of the 2016 elections—calling on all Ghanaians and institutions to make PEACE their focus.
Produced by Rev Dr Thomas Yawson and Appietus for the Musician Union of Ghana, the song features a tall list of Ghanaian musicians, including Dr Knii Lante, Iwan, Nero X, Sherifa Gunu, Ras Kuuku, Gasmilla, Adane Best, Chizzy Wailer, Rev Dr Yawson, Black Rasta and Don Itchie.
The song is part of MUSIGA’s project dubbed Using Music as a Tool for Cohesive Nation Building during Election 2016.

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