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Kwadwo Preko Danquah And His Entertainment Crew Fires GTV And Ghanaians

One of Ghana's finest Entertainment show host Kwadwo Preko Danquah and his entertainment pundits has openly expressed their disappointment about how the Ghana Television Station  aired a whole one hour documentary of the US boxer Muhammed Ali and some Ghanaians how they celebrate foreign musicians rather than Ghanaian showbiz personalities citing Bob Okala as example of one talent we didn't celebrate.
One of his pundit Kwasi Dadzie said, he has realized that Ghanaians don't appreciate what they have and we Ghanaians are our own enemies."Our problem is we don't support ours, we should feel that we are Africans"Telenovelas are now taking us aback the cultures and norms are gradually out of the system they added.

US Singer Grimmie Shot Dead In Florida

Singer Christina Grimmie, who had competed on
the US TV programme The Voice, has died of her
wounds after being shot in Florida, police say.
They say a man opened fire on her when she was
signing autographs after a concert in Orlando.
The assailant – who was tackled by Ms
Grimmie’s brother – then shot and killed himself.
The 22-year-old singer died in a local hospital.
In 2014, Ms Grimmie finished third during season
six of The Voice.
In a tweet, Orlando’s police wrote: “With deep
regret, we have confirmed Christina Grimmie,
@TheRealGrimmie has died from her injuries.”
Meanwhile, Ms Grimmie’s publicist Heather Walsh
said: “It is with a heavy heart that we can confirm
that Christina has passed and went home to be
with the Lord.”
Police say Ms Grimmie was shot about 22:45
local time on Friday (02:45 GMT Saturday) at The
Plaza Live in Orlando.
The gunman opened fire as she was signing
autographs for fans with Before You Exit band.
The attacker, whose name has not been released,
had two g…

"I'm The Game Changer" - Shatta Wale

It seems most Ghanaians are now enjoying every tune of the Dancehall musician Shatta Wale and every time, every where people dance and shout when his songs are been played.
  Shatta the SM boss  took to Facebook to glorify himself. In a post he said he breaks rules and set his own  he went further to say  "I'm the best but can't say I'm the best ever"."ITried,  I Failed, They Doubted Me They Mocked Me"Read the full post
Came, I Tried, I Failed, They Doubted Me, They
Mocked Me, I Rise Up, I Worked Harder, I Achieved
my Goals, I Proved them Wrong, I turned my
Doubters To my Lovers, I Became the master of
The Game.
I Break the Rules And I set my own,
I Set the Trend for Others to Follow.
I can't say I'm the Best Ever, But At least I'm one
of The Best.
They tried to Pull me Down, But I Still Stand Tall
Among The Rest!
I'm The Game Changer, The Justice Fighter!
I Came, I Saw And I Conquered.
My Name is Charles Nii Armah Mensah
Popular known A…

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"i lost about Ghs 20,000 at KNUST" - Mr. Eazi

Mr. Eazi the Afro pop  musician who was recently signed by Starboy Entertainment has shared via his Facebook page how he wasted Ghs 20,000 in an event and got a flop show for the first time whiles he was a student at the Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology ( KNUST) He  further added how he got his name Mr. EaziRead what he wrote below“Back at Tech I used to do raves. I used
to host the biggest party, award shows and
a lot of events. That was in the early days
of Facebook so everybody was big on
I remember we used to have a Facebook
and anytime I wrote something in it, I
added “Eazi”. A lot of people did not know
me but they just knew there was a guy
who always concluded his post with
You know when you do raves its not every
time that you will make profit. There are
times you will make huge losses. So there
was this time I had my first flop show and
went negative. In fact the show was a
huge flop. I lost about $20,000 then
because the event was supposed…

Dating more men is capacity building - Counselor Lutterodt

The controversial outspoken man is at it again Rev. Counsellor Cyril George Carstensen
Lutterodt has stated that there is nothing
wrong with a lady dating more men
because it is a form of capacity
building. He opines that one must have a number
of persons to study and select from among them
which is the best for her.
According to him, since it is just a period of
studying each other, one cannot claim ownership
of the other as it blocks the chance of perhaps
getting the suitable partner.
“Dating more men is capacity building… when you
are dating a man, he doesn’t pick you from home;
he doesn’t pick you from the office because he’s
seeking for demographic data of you. [display
picture]. That is an insult. It is impersonation and
he’s blocking your chances of meeting prominent
people. That is why a promise ring is a curse,” he
said on Hitz FM .
Counsellor Lutterodt has appeared on a couple of
shows to discuss relationship issues. On all
occasions, he has come under criticisms as a

Exclusive Kwaw Kese Meets Kenya West

The King of the street of Ghana music happens to be one of the happiest people this month as a dream come through meeting American Super star
hip hop
recording artist, songwriter, record
producer, fashion designer, and
entrepreneur, Kanye West.
The two met at Mercer Hotel located at
the corner of Mercer and Prince Streets in
SoHo, Manhattan, New York City.
The rapper, Kwaw Kese took to social media to share a picture he took with Kanye on
Sunday afternoon  with the caption “See who I just
met #MakingMoves”.See the picture below

Dear God Comma, An Uncle Ebo Whyte play!

If there is any particular reason why stage
productions still exist and are being patronized in
Ghana then much of the credit should go to Uncle
Ebo Whyte and his Roverman Productions team.
Over the years they have entertained us with their
splendid productions which has helped revive and
grow interest in stage plays. Nothing can take
away the high standard of work they keep setting
with each release. And it’s no different this time
with their latest production, “Dear God Comma”.
‘Dear God Comma’, tells the story of Prof Fiifi
Aggrey and Dr. Mrs. Effie Aggrey who are at the
ascent of their illustrious careers. They get faced
with unexpected challenges and events that
threaten to make waste of all their achievements.
Their faith and resolve gets tested and their only
hope is to turn to God.
Playwright Uncle Ebo Whyte does an excellent job
again bringing us a story that we could all relate
to. Although the subject matter in this play might
not be agreed on by all, it does highlight on e…