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Hot Video: Stop The Occultism Else You’ll Vanish Like Castro – Powerful Prophetess Warns Sarkodie



Stop The Occultism Else You’ll Vanish Like Castro

Rumors has it that Ghana’s finest rapper Sarkodie is a member of Illuminati but as our vice president Bawumia will say, “you and I were not there” to find out the validity or whatsoever of the hearsay.

In 2013, Sarkodie released a song titled “illuminati” aimed at dispelling rumors making the rounds that he was a member of the secret society. The visuals of the song was shot in Dubai by Phamous Philms. It had the phrase “Don’t judge a man negatively by his success; we all have 24 hours in day” written at the end.

Enough, a viral video sighted by 233Ghana.Com captures a prophetess whose name is given as Osofo Maame Perpetual predicting that Ghana’s finest rapper Sarkodie will disappear someday like Castro.

According to the prophetess, the SarkCess Music CEO is engaged in occultism and Illuminati and that if he does not put a stop to them, he will vanish into thin air like Ghana’s very own Castro who went missing since 2014.

For clarity sake, the illuminati is a name given to several groups, both real and fictitious. Historically, the name usually refers to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-era secret society founded on 1 May 1776. The society’s goals were to oppose superstition, obscurantism, religious influence over public life, and abuses of state power.

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WATCH VIDEO: Patapaa Filmed Chopping Love With His New White Girlfriend



One Corner hitmaker Patapaa Amisty born Justice Amoah is still have the best of his time as he embarks on his Europe Tour.

A video seen everywhere on the ‘streets’ of social media sees the energetic performer chopping love with a White chic.

In the video, one can see Patapaa in bed with the lady in question and he was acting all romantic as he’s filmed from a distance.


Patapaa is in Germany as we speak and his next show will be on 23rd March, 2019 at Club Lounge.

It appears he just want to chillax whiles he goes about his business side by side.

Watch the video below:



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Victoria Kimani Feat Sarkodie – Wash It (VIDEO)



Victoria Kimani Feat Sarkodie – Wash It(AUDIO + VIDEO)

Victoria Kimani Feat Sarkodie – Wash It(AUDIO + VIDEO)

Popular Kenyan artist, songwriter, actress and entertainer, Victoria Kimani is out with her much awaited first single for 2019.

The song, titled ‘Wash It’ however features ace Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie.

Victoria is currently signed to Chocolate City and is described as the record label’s first lady in the record.

She came through delivering new tune tagged Wash It linking up with Ghana rap lord Sarkodie.

This song is an euphoric club banger with sensational vibes that leaves you finessing on the dance floor.

The song comes with an inspiring cartoon video by Ghana’s popular cartoonist Poka.

Watch video for wash it beneath:

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Kumawood actor Kobby caught in a video [email protected] a female producer



Kumawood actor Kobby has been in caught in a video banging a female producer.

In the video he was banging the producer from behind on top of a WC and she was moaning so loud.

People outside heard noise and caught them in the act.

Watch the video on @wysepromotions Instagram account below;

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Kumawood actor Kobby caught banging a producer on set. they are acting abi ? #Kumawood #Accra #kumasi #actor #movie

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