Top Tanzanian artist Nedy Music joins in #EndSARS Protests on social media [ARTICLE]
The winner of 2018's AFRIMA Award fans favourite, Nedy Music popularly known as Fine Boy has joined in the massive social media protest by Nigerians and many around the world. The 'One and Only' singer together with the Visual Activist organization, have taken social media by storm as they send collective images that flags for the #Endsars campaign. "We stand in solidarity with peaceful protestors in Nigeria, demonstrating against the systemic police brutality that has caused pain, suffering and loss of lives. As changemakers, we are inspired by the millions of Nigerians, especially in the creative community, who are using their voices, talents and resources in this good fight for social change. Our message to you: we see you and are with you."
Nana Addo's EndSARS silence stirrs debate between Medikal and Yvonne Nelson [ARTICLE]
Before the Ghanaian President spoke about the EndSARS brutality in Nigeria, the Ghanaian actress among other social media users criticized him for keeping mute on the matter. Medikal sees her comment from another angle. Responding to a tweet of a fan that Yvonne Nelson shared to justify why she thinks the Ghanaian president must speak on the issue, Medikal said: "The Ghanaian president ein silence on social media no de mean say he is doing nothing behind closed doors."
EndSARS Brutality; African leaders are silent because they'll do same
Ever since the peaceful protest turned bloody yesterday after military men reportedly opened fire on peaceful protestors in Lekki to enforce a curfew. Latest to add his voice is Ghanaian rapper Kwaw Kese who says "Nigerians are being killed by Nigerians whilst the Nigerian President, Olu Buhari is sitting there and watching. No African leader has come out to condemn it, you know why? They will also do same". The outspoken rapper added that he has witnessed how the Ghanaian government organized a funeral for George Floyd "And shouted that Black Lives Matter," hence reminding the government that "Nigerian lives matter too".
Efia Odo, Eazzy, Delay, Joey B and other Ghanaian celebrities sympathizing with Nigeria [ARTICLE]
Yesterday, Nigeria military men who were deployed to enforce a curfew in Lagos, opened fire to disperse the protestors at the Lekki Toll Gate and that has resulted in bloody chaos. Footages from the chaos that show people wounded with other fears dead have taken over social media and that have attracted the attention and sympathy of these Ghanaian celebrities who have a message about the protest brutality. See the post below for what the likes of singer Eazzy, actress Efia Odo, Afia Schwarzenegger, Delay, Sarkodie, Berla Mundi, Joey B, Sandra Ankobiah, Nana Aba Anamoh among others are saying.
Beyonce, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and others speak on EndSARS protest brutality in Lekki [ARTICLE]
Yesterday, military men reportedly opened fire on peaceful protestors in Lekki to enforce a curfew to curb the violence emanating from the protest which is believed to be caused by hoodlums who are hijacking the peaceful protest to destroy State properties. The Nigeria EndSARS protestors have been protesting for about 12 days now over concerns of police brutality on civilians by the operations of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad which have seen some Nigerians shot and killed. The likes Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden have all commented on how the protest has turned out to case of brutality.
Beyonce breaks silence on EndSARS brutality [ARTICLE]
According to the American singer, she is "Heartbroken to see the senseless brutality taking place in Nigeria. This has to be an end to SARS". Beyonce also went on to reveal plans she has advanced to help the protestors. On her website, Beyonce listed organisations the Feminist Coalition, a group of Nigerian women that have been involved in organising the protest and the Connected Development, as some of the bodies she is partnering with.
Nana Aba, Berla Mundi, Sandra Ankobiah and others call on Nana Addo to speak on #EndSARS [ARTICLE]
According to social media accounts by way of videos and photos, military men deployed to enforce a curfew in Lagos, opened fire to disperse the protestors at the Lekki Toll Gate and that has resulted in bloody chaos. Footages from the chaos is fast spreading on social media with online observers worried over the fear of lives that are at risk as unconfirmed reports say about 7 people have already been killed. Reacting to the breaking news, Ghanaian celebrities like Nana Aba Anamoah, Berla Mundi, Sandra Ankobiah, Lydia Forson, M.anifest among others have joined Ghanaians to call on H.E Nana Addo to diplomatically interfere in the happenings in Nigeria as the ECOWAS Chairman.
Joyce Blessing rains curses on estranged P.A over YouTube revenue and more [ARTICLE]
According to Joyce Blessing, she doesn't have access to her YouTube channel as well and whenever she attempts creating a new one, her estranged publicist, Julie Jay, works with her ex-husband to flag her new page for copyright violations for it to be taken down. The concern has pushed the gospel singer rain curses on Juliana Nti-Amoah aka Julie Jay, for sabotaging her and even going ahead to take her digital revenues her music has been generating. In the audio that has made it online, the gospel singer could be heard raining curses on her estranged personal assistant.
Taraji P. Henson confirms split from fiance after 2 years of engagement [ARTICLE]
Taraji and the former NFL player got engaged back in May 2018 and were reportedly set to get married in June. "I tried. I was, like 'Therapy, let's do the therapy thing,' but if you're both not on the same page with that then you feel like, you're taking it on yourself. And that's not a fair position for anybody to play in a relationship." According to Taraji, "It hurts when relationships don't last ... I love to see Black love and I want to see more of it. I want to see our relationships last and make it."
John Dumelo campaign song drops [ARTICLE]
John Dumelo offcial launched his campaigned over the weekend and now his campaign song is out. Campaign songs in Ghana's electioneering period have become a thing to look out for as some of these songs like NDC's 2016 'Onaapo' campaign song, travel out of politics to become hit tracks enjoyed by music lovers regardless of political affiliations. Other political songs that also became hit tracks are Great Ampong's 2012 campaign song for Nana Addo and Daddy Lumba's 2016 campaign song for the NPP. Could John Dumelo's campaign song also become like any of these hit tracks?
God told me that Selly Galley will have twins
In an interview with Fiifi Pratt on Accra-based Kingdom FM last week, Nana Ama McBrown disclosed that God told her that Selley will have twins. "Yesterday, I had a dream and God told me that Selly will have twins. I felt it," McBrown, who gave birth to her first child at 40, revealed. "I've also given birth, even when everyone told me I can't. And when I got pregnant, people thought I would give birth to twins but I had one. I have a feeling Selly will conceive twins," she said.
Aaron Adatsi responds to backlash on son's birth despite preaching abstinence in YOLO [ARTICLE]
The actor with his girlfriend held a naming ceremony for their son and the news came as a shock to social media as fans were surprised he fathered a child despite preaching abstinence in the popular series targeted to educate the youth on adolescence sexual reproduction health. The actor and his Ghanaian model, Eyram, named their son, Aaron Adatsi Jnr, after him. Responding the brouhaha his son's birth has sparked on social media, Aaron in his Press Statement, said he had plans to conveniently announce his fatherhood but he has robbed of that opportunity after the naming ceremony photos made it online.
Celestine Donkor and family robbed at home in Tuesday dawn operation [ARTICLE]
Narrating her encounter with the robbers, the singer said they broke into her home during an operation which happened 12 and 2 am Tuesday dawn. The "God of the Storm" singer is now pleading with the public to help her with any suggestion on how they can track the devices. "WE ARE HOME PHONELESS AND CASHLESS AT THE MOMENT... Please if you come across any of such devices with my pictures, kindly report. All our Wallpapers are pictures of my self and hubby... Can anyone advice on how to track the devices? Hmmm... I am posting this from my kids' tablet using WiFi," she wrote.
Duncan-Williams' son makes confessing in hot new freestyle [ARTICLE]
In his latest freestyle which lasts only 30 seconds, he touches on issues regarding his past, his present and relationship with his father. Now, he is back with a hot freestyle highlighting his past, his regrets, how his father was affected by his actions and his current relationship with the powerful man of God. "Listen, boy, I know I messed up/But now I'm blessed upI know my father, he was hurt and had him stressed up/But he said son never listen to the press stuff/But that's a pay tho/I know he got my back/Honestly that's what I need," he spits.
My song is bigger than Shatta Wale's entire generation
The Tema-based rapper in his recent appearance on Kwawku Manu's 'Aggressive Interview' claimed his hit single "Obiaa Wone Master", which features Stonebwoy, is bigger than Shatta Wale's generation and his generation unborn. "You know, 'Obiaa Wone Master' is bigger than Shatta Wale, his generation and the next generation to come," he told Kwaku Manu. "The song isn't only bigger than Shatta Wale's generation, but my generation too. The song is bigger than anything in this world. As long as we live on this earth, everyone has a master. It's God's plan," he concluded.
Stonebwoy, Samini to front maiden 'GhUnite Virtual Concert' [ARTICLE]
Loggy Entertainment & Klassik Promo Inc have set up Saturday, November 1, 2020 for a mega virtual concert with Samini and Stonebwoy headlining. The virtual concert announcement was officially launched on 4syteTV with ace host, Giovani Caleb, on Sunday evening, October 18th. Dubbed "Gh Unite", the concert is supposed to cement peace and unity among Ghanaians ahead of the elections as well as prepare the grounds for a jolly Christmas. Live streaming Tickets for the virtual concert are selling for GHC 20 only and can be purchased via www.
Naa Ashorkor tests positive for COVID-19 [ARTICLE]
She said she tested positive last week Thursday 'after not feeling like myself' and has been placed under self-isolation at home. She uploaded a new photo on her Instagram page with the caption: "Hello Family,. After not feeling"like myself", on Thursday night , I did a Covid test and it came out positive. Naa Ashokor is the first Ghanaian celebrity to have tested positive for COVID-19.
Sarkodie reacts to Nana Addo's tweet about online passport application [ARTICLE]
Akufo-Addo in one of his tweets listing his achievements in the last three years, highlighted the online passport application which was introduced under his government. "The online passport application, implemented by the NPP Government, has made it possible for Ghanaians to apply for or renew their passports from the comfort of their homes," he tweeted. Reacting to this, Sarkodie said the online passport application is something he has been looking forward to.
Rison: Why is US-Ghanaian singer now emerging on the mainstream market? [ARTICLE]
Legally known as Anthony Rison Enyie Okai, the Afro-R&B sensation, who is based in the United States of America, combines afrobeats and R&B to create soothing melodies for the soul. The singer cum songwriter brings African vibes to R&B. The After Dark Music imprint signee, who has been nominated three times in a row for the prestigious Ghana Entertainment Award, has collaborated with top Ghanaian stars, including multiple award-winning rappers, Guru and Pappy Kojo. Notwithstanding his achievements, it seems Rison is now popping up on the music scene.
Police jeep ran into us and fxxkd my knee up
Thousands of Nigerian youth have hit the streets of Nigeria to protest against police brutality and the Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Stonebwoy is the latest Ghanaian celebrity to join the protest through social media but his contribution comes with a chilling story about how he was disabled by Ghana police. The "Putuu" singer believes the police force should 'compensate the lives lost and the bodies you disabled'. "As if I've forgotten that it's one police Jeep that ran into Us And Fxxkd My Knee Up. man's been living with implants From age 14. The Police Force never took responsibility. You Need To Compensate The Lives Lost And The Bodies You Disabled. Share ur story," he tweeted.