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Stonebwoy Visits Injured Dancers

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Stonebwoy Visits Injured Dancers

Tragedy happened over the weekend. Official dancers for Stonebwoy, 4Bent Dance Crew had an accident over the weekend on their way back home. This was after they put up an energetic performance at Stonebwoy’s “Ashaiman to the world concert”.

Moreover, some of the crew were seriously injured in the incident. Therefore, other people rushed them to the hospital where they received treatment.

However, Stonebwoy did not make any public statement concerning the tragic incident. During the week, he and his manager Blak Cedi paid the affected dancers a visit.

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Medikal Releases New Song Against Sis Debbie And Lydia Forson

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Medikal Releases New Song Against Sis Debbie And Lydia Forson

 

The Medikal-Fella-Makafui-Deborah-Vanessa brouhaha takes another turn.

Ghanaian rapper, Medikal releases a new song called ‘Open Letter’. Moreover, he fires back at Sis Debbie about her apparent dragging of his new relationship.

Therefore, this love triangle seems endless at this point.

Furthermore, all parties share their side of the story.

Sister Derby released a single ‘Kakalika Love’, Medikal replied with ‘Ayekoo’. However, he’s now dropped another diss track aimed at Derby.

He calls this new one ‘Open Letter’ and he has a lot to say about their broken relationship and also fires some shots at Derby who he subliminally tags a hypocrite.

This show is far from over.

 

Source: Ghafla.com

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Akoo Nana Rebrands; Check Out His New Name

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Akoo Nana Rebrands; Changes Name

Akoo Nana Rebrands; Changes Name

Ghanaian musician, Akoo Nana rebrands himself again. According to him, this is part of plans to create a new brand, musician. Therefore, his new name is ‘Narna’.

The artiste made this known in a video clip shared on social media

“I’ve changed my name from Akoo Nana to Narna,” he said. “With the reasons, some are personal, rebranding [purposes] and calls from the fans. I think this is the right time for me to come out officially.”

Furthermore, Narna asked his fans to expect something different henceforth.

“Watch out for great stuffs, great collaborations coming out. I’ve signed three artistes on Money Making Movement.”

Moreover, the rebranding comes barely four months after Nana Appiah Mensah, Zylofon Media boss announced that his outfit had offered the artiste a three-year-management deal.

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Juliet Ibrahim Vows To Cheat On Any Man She Dates

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Juliet Ibrahim Vows To Cheat On Any Man She Dates

Juliet Ibrahim Vows To Cheat On Any Man She Dates

Juliet Ibrahim has made public her readiness  to get into another relationship after her previous relationship with Nigerian Iceberg Slim.

The Ghanaian screen goddess in a recent Instagram post has hinted her readiness to add “sideniggas” to any relationship she goes in now.

Juliet Ibrahim is cautioning whoever it may concern be to be ready to accept her seeing other men apart from him since men also wants ladies to accept them with sidechicks.

She has posted a picture with a caption:

“Isn’t it funny how it’s okay for them to have #sidechicks but not okay for us to have #sideniggas ????????? Application forms loading, however be prepared to sign a #sideniggacontract ????”

Juliet Ibrahim is a Ghanaian actress, film producer, singer and humanitarian of Lebanese, Ghanaian and Liberian descent.

She won the Best Actress in a Leading Role award at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards for her role in 4 Play.

 

Source: Ghafla.com

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