The toothless celebrity, Supa aka Ghana2Pac who made headlines on the various entertainment blogs a few weeks ago has landed himself a movie role in a yet to be premiered Kumawood movie with Lil Win and other stars.
The majority of Ghanaians were pessimistic that his one-week fame would die off looking at the case of ‘Rashida the black beauty‘ but it seems Supa has got a solid game plan to be in the limelight for long.
Where are the Facebook feminists? I have been intending to write an article on the growing absurdity and confusion behind some bitter single women who have suddenly become Facebook feminists but I have been busy, perhaps, they are not even worth my time. Today, I call on this group of Facebook feminists who are totally ignorant of the real feminists’ political, social, cultural, religious and economic struggles to elevate the status of women in societies–and not to necessarily compete or become men. Why have such people not come out to defend Rashida the Black Beauty? Because, irrespective of the seemingly absurdity and torture that her nude video captures and serves, her action fits into one of the waves of the feminists’ movements, sometimes called Sex Radical Feminism or Sexually Liberated Feminism. A lot of sexually liberated feminists such as Madonna, Amy Greene, Kathy Acker, Camille Paglia, Megan Andelloux, Susie Bright and the many porn stars would probably agree with the actions of Rashida; after all, she has an autonomy over her body, including to release nude videos or whatever of house flies playing on her own coochie.
Hail Kushman—the young man has perhaps saved himself from a lot of STIs, including a national embarrassment. Somewhere in Berekum in the Brong Ahafo, Rashida the Malafaka has shot herself in the foot—confirming the adage that, it’s always good to give the fool a long rope and watch from afar. Eventually, she will hang himself with it. Rashida the black beauty is that “bush girl” who shot to fame on the back of a viral video in which she was seen grossly insulting her boyfriend, Kushman and his girlfriend-Abigail. After GhanaCelebrities.Com published the video on Facebook, it went viral and up to date, people blame the website for helping fetch Rashida an attention she did not deserve.
Of course, that initial video was pathetic, albeit hilarious. And GhanaCelebritis.Com published it simply because of the latter—to serve as some sort of comic relief.
Afia Schwarzenegger has labelled Ghanaians hypocrites for showing support for new sensation Rashida whilst people condemn her.
Afia, in a post on Instagram, cannot understand how Rashida receives praise and is hailed when she talked about s*x and other similar touchy subjects yet everytime she defends herself from attacks, she is vilified.
Handlers of Rashida the Black Beauty have announced a plan to rehabilitate the brand of the newest celebrity on the Ghanaian entertainment scene.
Rashida’s entire celebrity has been built on the use of ‘Mala Fakka’ – that initial video and the fame it brought her – but now they are moving away from the baggage of that video and are trying to move her ‘legit’.
Actress Lydia Forson has berated Ghanaians concerned about the new found fame of Rashida the Black Beauty, saying they were all part of her creation. In her latest blog post tackling the rise of the hottest celebrity in Gh right now, Forson argues we all helped create Rashida by sharing her video and showing it to others, so people should look to curb such behaviour rather than attacking the girl.
Diamond Appiah has called out Viasat 1 for rewarding bad behaviour after the station awarded Rashida the Black Beauty its viral video of the year award at the just ended Jigwe awards. In a lengthy post on Instagram, Diamond expresses worry that the organisers are essentially endorsing Rashida’s bad behaviour, considering she is famous for her use of swear words and verbally abusing her ex-boyfriend.
Adom TV host Afia Pokuaa has expressed concern with the level of attention Ghanaians pay to half baked celebrities and people with little to offer instead of those who actually have a lot to offer. Afia, in a post on social media after Rashida the Black Beauty’s historic Jigwe awards win, expressed worry that someone like Rashida receives so much attention from Ghanaians yet a female, KNUST medical student who swept home awards received so little.
Rashida the Black Beauty has expressed immense gratitude to her fans after her win in the Jigwe awards. Rashida picked up the Jigwe ‘viral video of the year’ award at the awards held earlier today, completing her remarkable rise to fame starting with her ‘Mala Faka’ video.
Rashida the Mala Fakka Black Beauty is one of the, if not the, top trending celebrities in the country right now, and her nomination for the Viasat 1 Jigwe awards have put her right front and centre of the media. She is now a hot cake and getting more interviews, including this one with Kofi TV.
Rashida the Black Beauty made her maiden television appearance earlier today (Thursday) on ‘This Morning’ on Viasat 1 – and that historic appearance can be viewed below. Rashida appeared alongside Mr Awesome, he collaborator on her hit song ‘Mala Fakka’, which is a diss to her ex Kushman, the sole reason Rashida’s star is shining so brightly right now.
Rashida the ‘Mala Fakka’ Black Beauty has hinted that she plans to utilise her new found fame to branch into acting. Rashida made an appearance on ‘This Morning’ on Viasat 1 Thursday to discuss her Jigwe Awards nomination when she made the revelation.
2017 might just be the year Rashida the Black Beauty becomes one of the top celebrities in the country as 2016 is ending so well for her, to the extent she’s getting nominations for awards now. Rashida is nominated in the ‘viral video of the year’ category, where she would slug it out with Kafui Dey’s on-air sleeping video as well as the ‘Virgin Pastor’ and others.
Rashida the ‘Black Beauty’ released a diss track against Kushman, her unfaithful boyfriend and his new toy Abigail, which we released a snippet of Monday. The full track is out and you can enjoy it here as Rashida employs two stars, Mr Awesome and Kooko to tear into the two people who broke Black Beauty’s heart.