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Africans Mistake Popularity for Being Rich — Nigerian Comedian AY

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Nigerian comedian Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY, has called on fans of celebrities not to think that just because someone is popular, it means they are rich.

AY revealed many celebrities live poor lives beyond the glamour that they serve up on social media.

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‘Building More Cinema Halls Will Help Resurrect The Dead Movie Industry’ — Says Bill Asamoah

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The current bad state of the Ghanaian movie industry is really not helping our movie producers, movies directors, actors and actresses in the nation. They’ve been complaining bitterly that Ghanaians don’t buy or watch their movies anymore.

Several opinions and ideas have been shared by prominent Ghanaian personalities and celebrities in the movie industry to help bring back that passion Ghanaians had earlier for their movies.

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I Don’t Need Any Cheap Publicity — Says Kumawood Actor, Bill Asamoah

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Popular Kumawood actor, Bill Asamoah has stated clearly during an interview that he doesn’t entertain any publicity stunts in his career.

According to him, unlike the colleague actors who are killing themselves for fame, he is very disciplined and also content with the little he has and that has kept him relevant for this number of years in the movie industry.

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‘I Don’t Care When I’m Being Accused Of Stealing Songs From Colleague Musicians’ — Kuami Eugene

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One of the uprising singers who has been suffering from the hands of Ghanaians most especially from the hands of social media users is Kuami Eugene.

The Lynx Entertainment signed artiste, Kwame Eugene has been accused countless times of stealing songs from his colleague musicians.

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Rich A$$ Lydia Forson Feeds BROKE Ghanaian Bloggers

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Actress Lydia Forson has revealed a previously unknown fact about herself and the acts of charity she carries about in relation to some broke Ghanaian bloggers.

According to the ‘Keteke’ actress, she feeds these broke bloggers, who literally cannot survive in life without the charity of aunty Lydia.

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‘Staying In Kumasi Is Affecting My Music Career’ — Flowking Stone

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Garden City (Kumasi)-based rapper, Flowking Stone has said even though he is one of the best rappers in the Ashanti Region yet he is not being recognised nationwide.

In a recent interview with Showbiz, the rapper, Flowking Stone expressed that artistes who are living their lives far from Accra are being affected because most of the shows are being played in the Capital, Accra.

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‘Doing Profane Songs Does Not Pave Way For Spiritual Attacks’ ─ Says Kaywa

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Ghanaian sound engineer and the Chief Executive Officer of a Ghanaian based record label, Highly Spiritual Music, David Kojo Kyei, popularly called Kaywa has rubbished claims that doing secular music open doors to spiritual attacks.

He debunked such claims during an interview on Showbiz. According to him, what artists does on stage and in the studio does not defile his personality, but the kind of life they lead on the streets is the most important aspect.

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Too Many Celebrities Are Dying Early Because They Neglect The Power Of Jesus Christ — Kaywa Warns

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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.

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“After My “One Corner” Song, I Built My 4 Bedroom Apartment” — Patapaa

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The headliner of the Pa2pa soldiers, Patapaa has revealed that he built a four bedroom apartment after he dropped his first song dubbed “One Corner”.

According to the quick-tempo afrobeat singer, his “One Corner” song did not only become the most popular song in Africa but also gave him a lot of money of which some was used for the construction.

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Being A Celebrity In Ghana Is Too Expensive ─ Victoria Lebene

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Victoria Lebene

Victoria Lebene, the Ghanaian actress who is yet to be seen in a movie says being an actress in Ghana is damn expensive since the Ghanaian movie industry isn’t booming as expected.

Victoria Lebene who allegedly ‘milked’ veteran actor, Kofi Adjorlolo and dumped him is of the view that Ghanaian actors/actresses should find themselves paying jobs to sustain their lavish lifestyle.

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Ghanaians Prefer Controversies And Scandals To Serious Things — Shatta Michy

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The Empress of Shatta Movement, Shatta Michy who is known for her numerous controversies on social media just to get attention has said she has tried to be ‘genuine’ but she has realised Ghanaians are more interested in controversies.
Shatta Michy in a recent interview on Showbiz disclosed that the bad girl image in her has engraved in the minds of her fans so they find it very difficult to accept her when she stops being controversial.

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I Do Men And Not Girls — Shatta Michy Denies Being A Lesb!an

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Shatta Michy

In the wake and heat of her relationship breakup with Shatta Wale, Shatta Michy was labelled a lesb!an after a video of two ladies (one resembling her) k!ssing went viral on the internet.
Born Michelle Diamond Gbagonah in an interview with Showbiz has denied those rumours, she said;

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Men Don't Have The Balls To Propose To Me Because They Think I'm Very "High Maintenance" – Yvonne Okoro

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  Most of the time we assume female celebrities especially the very pretty ones can have any man of their choice with just a snap of the finger and more often than not we sincerely wonder why most of them claim to be single and lonely despite the number of people all over the world … Read more

Kofi Kinaata Reveals Why He Is Still Not Signed To Any Record Label

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Kofi Kinaata

The West-side rapper, Kofi Kinaata has revealed why he is still not signed to any record label since he parted ways 3 months ago with the High-grade Family headed by Samini.
According to him, he will rather stay single than to rush and be signed by a label or managed by an individual that will not add any improvement to his career.

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"I Can't Wait To Start" Naa Ashorkor Announces She's Now With Joy Fm

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Naa Ashorkor has finally confirmed that she’s now a Presenter at Joy Fm and set to start hosting a new weekend show on the 99.7Fm channel
The Tv/Radio Presenter shunned EIB and its GhOne Tv and Starr Fm last week for the Multimedia Group and she has just revealed how much excited she is about her new move and the impatience to start her new job.

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I Don't Trust Men In The Industry – MzVee

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Ghanaian Female Dancehall Artist, Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda says she has no iota of trust for men in the Ghanaian Entertainment Industry.
The Lynx Records singed act was talking about her relationship lifestyle when she was asked if she has ever dated anyone in the Ghanaian Showbiz Industry and if she ever will.

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Music Is All About Making Money – Article Wan

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‘Solo’ hitmaker Article Wan says as far as he’s concerned, music is solely about making money so if what you’re doing puts food on the table, it doesn’t matter what other people say.

Speaking to Showbiz, Article Wan said artists like Shatta Wale are constantly criticised for their lyrics and other stuff, but he keeps raking in the dough so it doesn’t matter what people say.

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