If you can’t handle Shatta Wale, leave and let me take over – Actress to Shatta Michy

Ghanaian actress Rosemond Brown does not seem to be giving us a break anytime soon as the actress has called for SM Queen Shatta Michy to leave self-acclaimed Dancehall King, Shatta Wale.

The actress in a video posted with the caption “Michy watch your back” said that the “Low Tempo” singer should keep quiet and stay with Shatta Wale because every relationship has its own ups and downs.

She went on to say that if the “Low Tempo” singer cannot be with Shatta Wale anymore, she should leave him, so she (Rosemond) will come and take over, since already Shatta Wale is dying to have her.

“Shatta Michy, you better keep quiet there. You say you suffer for Shatta Wale, what kind of suffering did you do for him? When you were with your previous boyfriend, did you stay when things got difficult. You left him without thinking twice, and went to Shatta Wale.” the actress said.

“Now that Shatta Wale is tired, he wants to take bullet for me, allow Shatta to do it. If you cannot handle Shatta Wale, please leave, and let me come and take over.

“Every relationship has it own ups and downs, if he has beaten you, keep quiet and suffer, or else when you leave, I will take over.” Rosemond said to Shatta Michy.

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You were not cheated – Charterhouse tells Patapaa

Head of Communication at Charter House, George Quaye has dismissed claims that organisers of this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) were financially induced in the award of the Most Popular Song of the Year category.

His comment comes on the back of allegation by Patapaa, whose ‘One corner’ hit song was tipped to win the award.

Patapaa accused Charter House of taking “stupid money” to overlook him after Fancy Gadam’s ‘Total Cheat’ song featuring Sarkodie was adjudged the 2018 VGMA Most Popular Song of the Year over the weekend.

Reacting to Patapaa’s allegation on the Executive Breakfast Show (EBS) on Class91.3FM on Monday, 16 April 2018, Mr Quaye dismissed claims that organisers of the award were financially influenced.

He told show host Moro Awudu that: “It is unfortunate for Patapaa to suggest that there have been some kind of financial influence, that who influenced who? That the person influenced the public or the person influenced the academy or the person influenced the board because I don’t know who on the board anybody can influence, it’s not possible.

“So at which point did who influence who? The only way you can influence the public is to probably buy credit for people to vote for you, that is about the only way you can influence anyone but aside that, I don’t know.”

A section of Ghanaians took to social media to criticise Charter House for not awarding the Most Popular Song of the Year to Patapaa’s one corner song but Mr Quaye quizzed “did you vote”?

Source: Adomonline

The money I got from Ebony‘s funeral not worth it – Ebony’s father

The late Ebony’s dad, Mr. Kwaterng has said in an interview on Peace FM that, he wishes he could get more of the money than he has received so far. He was speaking to Akwasi Aboagye on his Entertainment Review program today April 14th, 2018.

Mr. Kwarteng who was in the studios and made some revelations while making some demands as well. It must be noted that, he had indicated that there was a lot he was going to say after the funeral of her daughter and this perhaps is one of the many things he wanted to say.

Akwasi Aboagye during the course of the interview asked him if he’s made enough after the funeral of her daughter.

He responded by saying that, his daughter Ebony was priceless and that he wishes he could get more. He added that his doors are still open for more.

“The money I got from #Ebony‘s funeral is not worth it. My daughter is priceless. I wish I could get more than that all because my daughter is priceless so with that my doors are open for more” –Nana Puku Kwarteng on Peace FM”

He also mentioned in that interview that, he’s waiting to get revenue from Bullet because he’s heard her daughter made money on Youtube and other online portals as well.

VGMA 2018 FULL LIST OF WINNERS

The 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) took place on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at the Accra International Conference Centre.

The night celebrated the hard work of musicians in the country.

Here are all the winners of the Ghana Music Awards for the year 2018.

Unsung Category

Kelvyn Boy (WINNER)

Dope Nation

Dhat Gyal

OBK

Real MC

Christian

Gospel of the Year

Bo Noo Ni – Joe Mettle (Winner)

Boot for Boot – Joyce Blessing

Obi Nyanime – Patience Nyarko

Bo Noo Ni – Joe Mettle

Efatawo – Nacee

Adom – Gifty Osei

Jehovah – Ceccy Twum

Hip-hop Song of the Year

Grind Day Remix – Kwesi Arthur (Winner)

State of the Art – Teephlow

Light it up – Sarkodie

Pen and Paper – Ko-jo Cue & Shaker

Dear God – B4bonah

Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year

My Own – Samini (Winner)

Until the Dawn – Efya

My Name – Stonebwoy

Faya Burn Dem – Article Wan

Rewind – Mzvee

Dem Confuse – Shatta Wale

Highlife Song of the Year

Odo – Kidi (Winner)

Dream – Kumi Guitar

Bronya – Wutah

Angela – Kuami Eugene

Ladder – Lil Win

Over – R2bees

Hustle – Ebony

Hiplife Artiste of the Year

Total Cheat – Fancy Gadam Ft. Sarkodie (Winner)

Boys Boys – Nancee Ft. Guru

Pain Killer – Sarkodie Ft. Runtown

Obi Agyi obi Girl- Captain Planet

Ayoo – Shatta Wale

One Corner – Patapaa Ft. Ras Cann

Afro-pop Song of the Year

Sponsor – Ebony (Winner)

Makoma – Adina

Oh Yeah – King Promise

Say You Love Me – Kidi

Sing My Name – Mzvee

Jennifer Lomotey – Kurl Songx

My Baby – Magnon

Come From Afar – Stonebwoy

Gospel Artiste of the Year

Joe Mettle (Winner)

Patience Nyarko

Joyce Blessing

Celestine Donkor

Gifty Osei

Nance

Highlife Artiste of the Year

Kuami Eugene (Winner)

Wutah

KiDi

Becca

Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year

Stonebwoy (Winner)

Ebony

MzVee

Shatta Wale

Songwriter of the Year

Bullet – Maame Hwe (Winner)

Kumi Guitar – Dream

Joe Mettle- Bo Noo Ni

Kofi Kinaata – Last Show

Samini – My own

Stonebwoy – My Name

Record of the Year

Teephlow – State of the Art

Kumi Guitar – Dream

Samini – My own

Sarkodie – Glory

Best Music Video of the Year

Captain Planet – Obi Agyi Obi (Directed by Phamous Films) (Winner)

Kumi Guitar- Dream (Directed by Abass)

King Promise – Selfish ( Directed by Vertex)

B4bonah – My Girl (Directed by Nicol-Sey)

Opanka – Wedding Car (Directed by Bra Shizzle)

Lil Shaker & Ko-jo-Cue – Pen & Paper (Directed by Ekumodzi)

Hiplife/Hip-hop artiste of the Year

Sarkodie (Winner)

Yaa pono

R2bees

Captain Planet

Kwesi Arthur

VVIP

Best Male Vocalist of the Year

Joe Mettle – Bo Noo Ni (Winner)

King Promise – Selfish

Kidi – Odo

Kuami Eugene – Angela

Mugeez – Over

Samini – My own.

Best Female Vocalist of the Year

Adina – Makoma (Winner)

Nana Yaa – Don’t leave alone

Efya – Love

Mzvee – Bright light

Becca – Summye (Pillow)

Best Group of the Year

Wutah (Winner)

VVIP

R2bees

Best Rapper of the Year

Sarkodie – Light it up (Winner)

Eno Barony – Fear no man

Teephlow – Phlowducation

Lil Shaker – Pen & Paper

Ko-Jo Cue – Pen & Paper

Strongman – Transformer

Best collaboration of the Year

Shatta Wale Ft. SM Militants – Taking Over

Joe Mettle Ft. Luigi Maclean – Bo noo ni

MzVee Ft. Patoranking – Sing my name remix

Kurl Songx Ft. Sarkodie – Jennifer Lomotey

Sarkodie Ft. Runtown – Pain Killer

Captain Planet Ft. Kofi Kinaata – Obi Agyi Obi Girl

Becca Ft. Patoranking – Na Wash

Best African Artiste of the year

Davido (Winner)

Wizkid

Toofan

Cassper Nyovest

Nasty C

Tiwa Savage

Olamide

Best New Artiste of the year

Kuami Eugene (Winner)

King Promise

Kurl Songx

Kidi

Magnom

Kwesi Arthur

B4bonah

Song of the Year

Total Cheat – Fancy Gadam Ft. Sarkodie (Winner)

Sponsor – Ebony

Odo – Kidi

Angela – Kuami Eugene

Taking Over – Shatta Wale Ft. SM Millitants

One Corner – Patapaa Ft. Rad Cann

Bo Noo Nii – Joe Mettle Ft. Luigi Maclean

Obi Agyi Obi Girl – Captain Planet Ft. Kofi Kinaata.

My Baby – Magnom ft Joey B

Oh Yeah – King Promise

Pain Killer – Sarkodie feat. Runtown

Album of the Year

Epistles of Mama – Stonebwoy

Daavi – MzVee

Bonified – Ebony (Winner)

Highest – Sarkodie

Artistes of the Year

Joe Mettle

Ebony (Winner)

Shatta Wale

Sarkodie

Stonebwoy

I’m sorry – Moesha Boduong apologises to Ghanaians after CNN backlash

Actress and model Moesha Boduong has apologised to Ghanaians, particularly women, for offending their sensibilities following her interview with CNN.
According to her, it was not her intention to offend anyone with her generalisation of Ghanaian women in her interview with the international news outfit.
Social media was set ablaze following the actress’ comments in the interview. It generated a huge controversy on social media.
She told CNN that her motivation, just like other women in Ghana, for dating married men, is because the economy is tough.


According to her, “In Ghana, our economy is such a way that you need someone to take care of you. You can’t make enough money as a woman here. Because even when you want to get an apartment, in Ghana they take two years’ advance and I just started working where will I get money to pay?”
Stunned by Moesha’s revelation, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour asked her “are you basically telling me that you are having sex with this guy to pay your rent?”
Moesha responds, “Because he can afford to take care of you. He takes care of me, my financials, my apartment, my car, my rent everything.”


Ghanaians and well-known personalities including actor John Dumelo, musician Eazzy, DKB, Lydia Forson and model Afia Odo shared varied views on the actress’ comments.

In a post on Instagram, the actress said, “Dear gh this is Moesha. I have been humbled by all that is going on and I have also learnt a lot in the last few days since the CNN video came out. I have had a lot of time to think and reflect and I APOLOGIZE TO ALL, ESPECIALLY MY AFRICAN SISTERS. I pray u all find it in your hearts to forgive me. It was definitely not my intention to offend any of you.”
“I respect all the hard working women of our beloved country and accept that some of my utterances were not a reflection of what happens in most homes. GOD works in mysterious ways and everything happens because he says so🙏🏿 Thanks for the love, pieces of advice and criticisms. GOD bless us all! The full version of the interview drops this weekend and I hope you can appreciate what I said in its entirety. Thank you. God bless you all!” she added.

Baby Dies As Doctor Cuts Oxygen Supply Over Nonpayment Of GHC533 Bill

A nine-week-old baby boy has died at the St Gregory Hospital at Kasoa in the Central Region because his parents could not afford the cost of aiding his breathing with an oxygen machine.

Little Prosper’s parents tell Joy News a medical doctor on duty pulled the plug from the oxygen machine because they could not pay GHS533 to keep their son alive.

Hospital authorities are tight-lipped on the issue explaining they are investigating the circumstances that led to the death of the baby.

Prosper was born on January 19, 2018, fell sick and was taken to the hospital on March 5 and died three weeks later.

The baby’s mother, Sefakor, told Joy News Joojo Cobbinah, that a few weeks after the baby was born she realized he not breathing well.

According to Sefakor, after preliminary tests, the St Gregory Hospital admitted them with the intention of transferring the case to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital subsequently.

The baby was given blood and kept on the oxygen machine because he could not breathe well.

However, when it became clear the family could not pay for the cost of treatment before the intended transfer to Korle Bu, the doctor decided to take a drastic decision.

“That Saturday, the Doctor came, he ask me that I hear from my husband [about the bills] I say I didn’t hear. Then he removed the oxygen…it is too late,” Sefakor managed in the little English she could speak.

The baby’s father, Kennedy Kwao, said he chose the name ‘Prosper’ because he was hopeful that the boy will grow up to become a prosperous man. That hope, however, has been curtailed.

SOURCE: Myjoyonline.com

Stonebwoy finally comments on Prophet Nigel’s death prophecy!

BET African Act, Stonebwoy, has finally opened up on Prophet Nigel Gaisie’s prophecy about his death in an exclusive interview with Berla Mundi on her Late Afternoon Show on GHOne TV.

The ‘Bawasaba’ crooner who spoke for about seven minutes was asked if he believed in prophecies for which he answered that as long as he believes in God he believes in prophecies.

He said there are some behind the scenes issue that led to his wife going to the church in the first place which he is not willing to share.

Stonebwoy said he respects men of God a lot because they are God’s children, and since he believes in God when such prophecies come he pays attention to them because he believes they are coming from God.

According to Stonebwoy, when prophecies of death are made public it puts fear in people and takes the concentration of the prophecy itself away and people begin to speculate.

“First and foremost, I respect men of God a lot because they are all God’s children; so as I believe in God, when such prophecies come I believe that I will also pay heed and pay attention just because I believe that it is coming from God and also trust that I will make an effort. That is how come you saw my wife in that situation although it wasn’t supposed to be that way.

“What I know is that prophecies such as death and the rest when publicly broken, prophecies of death and evil and such puts fear in people and causes more damage and takes away the concentration of what is meant to be done, that is the situation,” he said.

Stonebwoy told Berla Mundi that he was not scared when he heard the prophecy because as a human being we will all die, it is only the time that no one knows, and as humans, if we live in fear it makes life difficult.

He said men of God should not put fear in people with their prophecies, especially those who use these prophecies for purposes of fame and not necessarily because God has revealed anything to them.

Readers will recall that sometime last month, the Founder and General Overseer of the True Word Fire Prophetic Ministry, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, revealed that dancehall act, Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy, would die next year before Easter.

Prophet Nigel Gaisie

Speaking during a church service, the self-acclaimed prophet who was ministering to the wife of the singer, Dr. Louisa Satekla, revealed that it was ‘scheduled’ for Stonebwoy to die in an accident.

The prophet added that the musician was being targeted by another musician who had ties with the Illuminati.

Speaking to the wife of the artiste, the prophet added that the plot to cut short the life of the ‘People Dey’ singer had been going on for a while but was always being foiled.

Source: GhanaWeb