You Are Not Too Young To Pursue Your Dreams.Work That Dream – Model Baby Adelle

What are Your Dreams and Aspirations? Do You think it’s Achievable? Never under-estimate yourself because of few setbacks in your Life. You can do all things if you believe in Yourself. Be encouraged, see yourself doing it. Nothing is Impossible..Form a clear mental image of the person you want to become. Today on Exclusives with SammytheAuthor, an Inspiring Ghanaian Model shares with us, her life story and career as a Model and Brand Influencer. Checkout the Interview Below!

1: So tell Us, Who is Baby Adelle?

Baby Adelle is a 20 year old lady whose real name is Adelita Kabuki Ami Tettegah. I hail from Big Ada.I have just one sibling who is a boy. I love to sing,take pictures and also crotchet.

2: What’s your Story?

My story actually began right in shs 2 where I started my photoshoots
My first photoshoot began in 2015 where I was invited to be part of the models on a basketball tournament billboard photoshoot. I later had a shoot for an African wear clothing line. Later in 2016,after completing shs,One of Ghana’s finest photographers gave me lessons on how to be a great model. I took these lessons seriously and started shooting with photographers. When I started posting these shoots on social media, I got a lot of photographers calling me to work with them. Later on in 2017,at the age of 18, I auditioned for Miss Ghana 2017,where I was selected and I represented Greater Accra region. I was the youngest finalist. It was after Miss Ghana that I got a Pinkberry commercial deal,I was also in Perk Biscuits advert and did a shoot for Darling hair. That’s my story so far

3: Woow..That’s Awesome.. I’ve seen some of your works on Social Media. What was your Mission at the Onset?

My mission at the onset was to show the world that ‘’you are not too young to achieve your dreams and goals’’ And also my mission was to teach everyone not to give up.

4: Tell me, any Challenges so far?

My major challenge was people discouraging me and telling me that my dreams are too big and that I’m too young to be engaging myself in all the works I was doing.

5: How has the Journey been like after Miss Ghana Pageant?

It’s been a smooth and interesting journey after Miss Ghana. I must say Miss Ghana groomed me into the lady I am today and now many young girls now look up to me as their role model.

6: Do you have regrets ever signing any deals?

I have no regrets so far.

7: If You had any advice for the Young Ones wanting to give up because of low Self-esteem, what will it be?

They should firstly, be prayerful, they should seek God first and they should implement their dreams, and never give up even if they fail because there is light at the end of every tunnel.

Follow Her:

IG Page: Baby_Adelle

FB Page: Adelle Ami

So there you have it..I hope Adelle’s Story Inspire You to Believe in Yourself. Take Hold of Your Destiny. Your Dreams are POSSIBLE. Till We Meet Next Time. Byee!!

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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