Livingstone Satekle, AKA Stonebwoy, the Reggae dance hall artiste posted a press release earlier last Sunday after the incident.
Black Cedi, Stonebwoy’s Manager, made this post on his insta page, following the fight that broke out on the stage of the 20th VGMA 2019 awards that took place yesterday at the Accra International Conference Centre. The cause of the fight is still unknown but speculations abounded.
Stonebwoy was seen holding a gun on the stage in during the scuffle. Thus, it is for this reason his team posted the press release where the Bhim Nation CEO apologised to Ghanaians on his behaviour and cited the reasons for his actions.
Fox has renewed their hit series ‘Empire’ for its 6th season but with no plans to bring back the character played by Jussie Smollett as ‘Jamal’.
Jussie Smollett was charged with 16 felonies some months back, after it was revealed he staged the attack himself, although all the charges against him were cleared by mutual agreement, the studio has negotiated an extension to his option for season six of the hit series.
There are no plans of the character ’Jamal’ returning to Empire as explained in a statement by Fox Entertainment and 20th Century Fox TV .
Jussie’s character has been written out of the final two episodes of the current season 5 which is to end tomorrow.
Ground up Chale artist, Edward Kofi Agyeman Amoah known in showbiz as ‘‘Kofi Mole’’ has schooled the public on the perception of he and his contemporaries kind of rap.
The ‘‘Don’t be late’’ hit maker took to his twitter page, to explain their kind of rap music is real life issues, that is to let people know how hard today’s life is for young people and the hustle they go through to make ends meet but not to ‘attract sympathy’ as people percept.
Singer Justin Bieber has praised colleague musician Chris Brown defining him as a hero with a mix of Michael Jackson and 2Pac Shakur put together.
In a recent post on social media, he stated everyone wants to wait till people die to give them their deserved credit. He added that till Chris Brown passes away after a long full life that is when everyone will miss what they had right in front of them the whole time.
He finally said to those who have overlooked Chris Brown’s talent because of a mistake he made should all reevaluate, sending out lots of love to Chris.
Former You Tuber Austin Jones has been sentenced to ten years in prison after he pleaded guilty to one count of “receipt of child pornography”.
Jones rose to fame as a musician with his ‘‘acapella’’ covers of popular songs. In 2015, there were controversies of him contacting underage girls to send him explicit videos.
YouTube removed Jones’ channel back in February after his guilty plea but Jones was later arrested in 2017 for soliciting explicit videos from two underage girls. Jones pleaded guilty to the charges while YouTube demonetized his account, it didn’t initially remove his account but later changed its mind and took the channel down. Now, Jones will spend up to a decade in prison.
Eazzy, Ghanaian versatile singer who recently released a new top-charting EP titled “S.O.L.O” in an interview with Lexis Bill on the Behind The Fame segment via Joy FM made a huge revelation about whom she will never love to collaborate with.
Been asked by the host to reveal three artists she won’t have a collaboration with, she revealed she will love to ignore the question but if she is to answer then she has to think a little deeper.
Going through her head, she revealed she won’t love to ever collaborate with Patapaa based on his line of music as its wired although it fits him.
According to her, if he and Patapaa are supposed to be on the same song she will totally disgrace herself but if he is to change his line of music to suit her then collaboration will be possible.
Revealing the second artist, she revealed its Kuami Eugene as she will rather go in for Kidi as Kidi fits her line of music much better.
Eazzy on the 3rd of May, 2018 will officially outdoor her new song with Medikal which is called Away.
Ordinarily, it should not matter the kind of hairstyle a parent will decide to give to his or her child but as a celebrity in any part of the world, you bet your every move, be it in private or public life will be duly scrutinized by your fans and haters alike.
This is currently the challenge of multiple award-winning gospel musician, Obaapa Christy, as she has been coerced in a way to come out to offer some explanation as to why the youngest son of a minstrel will have dreadlocks, a hairstyle many currently see as one which is suitable for ‘some kind’ of people.
Speaking on the ‘Uncut’ show before she jetted off with her team at the Kotoko International Airport for her recent Europe tour, the “W’asue Me” hitmaker disclosed that prior to her giving birth to her very first child, she always prayed to God for a child who will have a lot of hair and some heavy and nice calfs.
She stressed that lo and behold, the Maker answered her prayer and as such, her decision to keep the hair of her youngest son by breading his hair the dreadlocks style because, in her opinion, it symbolizes the sort of glory God has given the child.
Osibisa was the first African band to notch up a whole series of best-selling singles and albums in the pop charts with its infectious fusion of styles referred to worldwide as criss-cross rhythms that explode with happiness.
The band was formed in the United Kingdom in 1969 by three Ghanaian musicians (Teddy Osei, Sol Amarfio and Mac Tontoh), together with three colleagues from the Caribbean (Wendel Richardson, Spartacus R and Robert Bailey) and one from Nigeria (Loughty Lasisi Amao).
They probably did not envisage that their vibrant fusion of African rhythms with Jazz, Blues, Rock, Funk, Calypso and Soul would engulf the world. But it did, establishing them in the process as one of the greatest popular music bands ever seen on earth.
Scratch Studios at East Legon in Accra, in collaboration with the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), has lined up a series of events as part of activities to mark Osibisa’s 50th anniversary.
The activities are: Launch of Osibisa Foundation, as well as a lecture and workshop on July 2; Osibisa@50 Concert at +233 Jazz Bar & Grill, North Ridge in Accra on August 3 and Osibisa@50 celebration at the National Theatre, Accra on November 23.
Over the years, Osibisa has released several classic albums such as ‘Osibisa’, ‘Woyaya ’,’Heads’, ‘Superfly’, ‘Happy Children’, ‘Osibirock’, ‘Welcome Home’, ‘Ojah Awake’ and ‘Osee Yee’.
According to Mr Kofi Amoakohene of Scratch Studios, there would be activities around the world between August and November this year to celebrate Osibisa’s 50th anniversary and it would be a shame for Ghana to remain silent on such a monumental achievement.
“Scratch Studios has worked closely with Osibisa, especially with leader Teddy Osei, over the years and we greatly value the band’s worth in the history of popular music.
That’s why we have taken the initiative, along with MUSIGA, to remind everyone in Ghana and beyond that Osibisa is an institution worth celebrating,” Mr Amoakohene said.
Apart from the three original Ghanaian members, the band had at various times included several other Ghanaian players and offered them the opportunity too to travel the world and demonstrate Ghanaian creativity.
These other musicians include Kiki Gyan, Kari Bannerman, Emmanuel Rentzos, Kofi Ayivor, Bessa Simons, Kwame Yeboah, Paul Bilson, Frank Tontoh, Darko Potato, Victor Mensah, Joe Osei, Robert Fordjour and Herman Asafo-Agyei.
No wonder Osibisa is described in international circles sometimes as a Ghanaian band.
“What Osibisa was known for everywhere had its roots from Ghana as the band retained the Highlife influence and portrayed the country positively on its world tours,” said Paa Kwesi Holdbrook-Smith of Scratch Studios.
“It’s worth celebrating the band on its 50th anniversary because it made Ghana proud by taking progressive African music to every corner of the globe.”
Actress Moesha Buduong has revealed that one of the attacks which affected her most was claims she was an HIV career after rumors were rife she had slept unprotected with Shatta Wale‘s godfather, one Mr. Aik Livingstone Abani who was also said to be HIV positive in return for a huge cash.
Though she will not confirm or deny if both were in a relationship sparking that wild rumor, she simply revealed to Nana Romeo on Accra FM’s mid-morning that it was one of her low moments even though she was aware the claims were untrue.
In February last month, there were reports on some social media platforms indicating that the man in question allegedly sleeps with young ladies and gives them huge money.
The reports added that the man is an alleged carrier of HIV/AIDS and has been spreading it by having unprotected sex with women who he gives huge sums of money to after the sexual act.
In the report, Moesha was mentioned to have taken hundred thousand cedis from the man the first day she met him.
Reacting to the reports, Moesha expressed shock as to why why people will want to destroy the man because of his success he has chalked in his life.
Subsequently the man personally came out to debunk the claims challenging anyone who holds a contrary view to put it out with evidence or have him to contend with in the law courts.
Ryn Roberts, daughter of Ghanaian actress, has strangely gone gone missing on social media with an unclear reason but pulse.com.gh has a spoiler alert that may give you a clue as to why.
Yvonne’s daughter, who has been named from the initials of her parents’ names “Robert Yvonne Nelson” making RYN, has been a darling girl on the Instagram, with her photos and videos attracting a lot of admiration from fans.
However, the sad news to fans of Ryn is that she is no more on Instagram as her account appears to have been either deleted or deactivated with no exact reason known yet. Photos of the popular actress’ daughter aren’t on her mother’s page too.
Pulse.com.gh noticed this strange development after veteran broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah, shared a post to mock how some mothers hide behind social media accounts of their children to send sweet messages to themselves.
Something Nana Aba’s post described as “a form of mental illness” and she captioned it saying that “This one will hit some dry bones”.
Though pulse.com.gh has ever seen a couple of posts with captions on Ryn’s page, gushing over her mum, we can’t confirm that her account’s disappearance has anything to directly do with Nana Aba’s shade.
Nevertheless, it’s strange her account is gone missing and there’s not even one photo of her on her mother’s page too. Is there something we are missing as to why Ryn’s Instagram is no more? Is she tired of growing up in everyone’s face already?
Well, well maybe Ryn just wants a very private life now but you see screenshots below and tell us what you think.
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