Ghanaian politician, businessman and  Assin Central’s Member of Parliament for the New Patriotic Party, Kennedy Agyapong has added his voice to the “Papa no” saga.

According to the maverick politician, Tracy is a cheap celebrity who slept with musician A-Plus and one of his boys.

Speaking on Net 2 TV on The Seat with Kweku Annan, Kennedy Agyapong opened fire and threw some heavy bombs at Kumawood actress Tracy Boakye, claiming that A-Plus slept with Tracy Boakye and refused to give her a dime.

“You Tracy Boakye didn’t you go out with A-Plus, didn’t you sleep with him, you begged him for money. He didn’t give it to you”, the Assin Central MP fired.

According to him A-Plus even blackmailed Tracey after having an affair with her.

He said: “you came from Kumasi to sleep with A Plus. He even blackmailed you afterward. Told you even his wife is aware he has had an affair with you”.

Tracy Boakye has made news headlines in Ghana recently for all the wrong reasons. She came out in a self-made video to throw jabs at musician Mzbel for snatching her supposed boyfriend “Papa no”.

Mzbel retaliated in a live video too which led to some back and forth and serious revelations. Just when everybody thought it was all over and Tracey is about to enjoy some peace, Kennedy Agyapong comes with a banger.

Source: NKONKONSA.com


Sarkodie and his entire Sarkcess Music label with its management, has apologised for the technical hitches that rocked the Black Love Virtual concert.

The concert which took place on August 16, 2020, saw great performances from many talents in Ghana including the likes of Amakye Dede, Shatta Wale and Efya.
However, some technical hitches marred the much-anticipated concert which saw many Sarknatives missing out on the show. As a result, Sarkodie’s management has apologised to all its fans over the issue.
In a press release, the entire team indicated that the glitches in connection to the broadcast being hosted by CEEK, the event’s streaming partner, was due to huge traffic.
The team went on to thank all the diehard fans of Sarkodie who looked for options to view the show, in this case, Facebook.
And as a way of appeasing the fans, the team indicated that they were going to come out with a new date to show the program again.
The press release was signed off with the team sending gratitude to all Sarkodie’s fans all over the world and promised better performances in the future.
Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Ace actor, Clement Bonney, known in the entertainment industry as “Mr Beautiful,” has attributed the dormancy of the country’s creative arts industry to the vindictiveness of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).

“I blame the NPP government for gradually collapsing the once buoyant creative arts industry due to the vindictiveness and blatant disregard for competency for political parochial interest,” he said.

Speaking in an interview with the media in Cape Coast on Saturday, the prolific actor who is a staunch member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) said the vindictiveness of the NPP government to get back at its political opponents for no reasons had “killed” the sector.

According to the Ama Ghana movie producer, democracy was about choices but not enmity and personal vendetta, therefore, the NPP must be tolerant to accommodate dissenting views, stop bastardising innocent Ghanaians for exhibiting their constitutional mandate and fundamental rights to join any association.

He denied rumours that he had stopped acting as his career had been wrecked by his open support for former President Mahama and the NDC in the 2012 and 2016 elections, stating emphatically that he was working tirelessly behind the scenes for the NDC.

He added that the creative arts industry collapsed “anytime NPP is in power, the sector wabbles in dormancy with dire socio-economic, cultural, ethnic and political consequences to the citizenry.”

However, he hailed the NDC government saying all major administrative policies, programmes and infrastructural interventions of the sector, were spearheaded by the party.

According to him, the NDC remained the only party with well thought-out visionary goals to transform the creative arts sector with its array of dedicated and selfless leaders capable of also saving the country’s wobbling economy from abyss and “misrule” by the governing NPP.

Buttressing his views, he mentioned the enactment of the Copywrite Act in May, 2005 which replaced Act 110 (1985), affording protection to a variety of works, granted Copyright holders rights to their work and defined the duration of that Copyright protection to safeguard the interest of players in the creative arts industry.

Others were the construction of the the National Theatre which was opened in 1992 to spearhead the Theatre movement in Ghana by providing a multi-functional venue for concerts, dance, drama and musical performances, screen plays, exhibitions and special events.

He added that the theatre was governed by the National Theatre Law 1991, PNDC Law 259 and houses three resident companies – National Dance Company, National Symphony Orchestra, and the National Theatre Players.

Mr. Beautiful downplayed the impact of the Creative Arts Council (CAC), saying it was a fallacy since it had added nothing of value to the industry.

He stated that in 2012, the NDC government gave the creative arts sector GHc2,000,000.00 and I know Obour (former MUSIGA President) could speak on this matter, but cannot because of His Party affiliation.

“Former President Mahama provided foodstuffs to our aged musicians and entertainers and I have always asked why he doesn’t make it public, but he tells me that he is not doing it for man but for God,” he said.

He mentioned major beneficiaries including the late CK Mann, Paapa Yankson, Super OD, Ewurama Badu, Bob Okala and Ataa Mensah, Paa George and Obuoba J.A Adofo among others.

Source: GNA


Sarkodie’s much-hyped Black Love Virtual Concert slated for August 16, 2020, attracted massive viewership all over the world and saw awesome performances as well.

However, prior to the airing of the free concert, huge traffic from many fans of the Oofeetso viewers of the virtual show caused the website to go down temporarily over bandwidth issues.

Reports have it that the hosting site could carry 15.million subscribers at a time but they were recording almost 2 times that number.

The official streaming website for the show, Ceek, as a result, released a statement following the hiccup and assured fans that normalcy would be restored.

They took to their Twitter handle to post: “Due to massive traffic we are aware some people are not able to connect. Standby the show will begin shortly.”

News coming in about traffic sources for the Concert showed that Ghana was in the lead with almost 1.4 million viewers trying to log in and this slowed down the website.

The tweet to this effect read: “#SarkNation shut the web down. Due to overwhelming traffic, we are having some technical issues. Please standby we are working to resolve this. 1.5 million at once with more coming.”

Sarkodie’s Black Love concert was hyped for a long time and saw a number of top Ghanaian stars making appearances.

The likes of Shatta Wale, Efya, Amakye Dede and a host of others joined Sarkodie on the day.

One of the most memorable moments on the night was when Sarkodie performed together with Shatta Wale for the first time in 3 years.

Prior to the big day, it was reported that dancehall star Stonebwoy, was engaged in some sort of fracas with Sarkodie’s manager, Angeltown.

Stonebwoy, however, following the incident, rendered an official self-recorded apology to Angeltown and Sarkodie.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Lure, the fashion brand by award-winning actress Salma Mumin is set to release its 2nd Collection after its official lunch in 2019.

The new collection features trendy blazers, dresses, jumpsuits and tops ready to hit the market to meet the style needs of everyone trendy made from fabrics sourced across the world.

This 2nd Collection sticks with Lure’s ante of selecting the best fabrics and construction of functional fits, to provide the very best trendsetting garments which embrace and accentuate the curvature of the female silhouette.

Salma Mumin the name behind the brand is a successful Ghanaian actress, entrepreneur and philanthropist believe she has put her heart and soul behind the brand and is convinced that people would fall in love with the new collection.

You can join lunch online on Tuesday, 18th August to get to see what new is in store for fashion heads from the brand. Lure operates in ACCRA – GHANA but has provisions to ship worldwide on-demand.

Do well to check out @lure_by_salma on social media or visit for more updates on the lunch.

Source: NKONKONSA.com


Ghanaian hip hop and hiplife artiste Jason Gaisie, popularly famed as Pappy Kojo has cried out in a social media post that he misses Ghana so much and feels like a prisoner in a different country.

This can only agree with the adage that there’s indeed no place like home.

The “Aye Late” Rapper has expressed his frustration on social media and admitted that he really misses home.

“I feel like a prisoner and I miss Ghana so much. It’s getting to a year Ei”, Papi Kojo tweeted.

The rapper is allegedly locked up in Italy and it has been almost a year now since he left the shore of Ghana for Italy.

Pappy Kojo, had the intention of returning to Ghana when the dreaded COVID-19 changed the affairs of the entire world.
Almost all countries in the world closed their borders by air, land and sea in a bid to contain the spread of the virus.
Among the worst-hit countries was Italy, Pappy Kojo’s second home. Following strict restrictions, Pappy Kojo, like many others trying to return, were stuck.
He reportedly appealed to leaders of the country to help him return but his request is yet to materialize.
Not long ago, he was seen in a video looking like he had put on weight due to the lockdown and strict stay-at-home orders imposed in Italy.
Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Kumawood actress, Tracey Boakye, has responded to the news of her suspension by the Film Producers of Association of Ghana (FIPAG).
FIPAG announced an indefinite suspension for the actress who doubles as a movie producer following her social media banter with singer Mzbel. The suspension of Tracey was announced in a statement signed by FIPAG’s president, James Aboagye.
According to the statement, the decision to suspend the Baby Mama actress stemmed from recent developments involving Mzbel which had the actress use unprintable words online.
However, moments after the news of her suspension came up, Tracey Boakye has laughed off FIPAG’s decision.
Tracey stated that she found the decision laughable to say the least because she has never in her career signed up to become a member of FIPAG.
She explained that she has made movies as an independent producer and not part of any association.
For Tracey, FIPAG was only trying to capitalise on her situation with Mzbel to try and disgrace her.
According to her, if FIPAG really cared about movie producers they would have called to check on her when she recently delivered a baby girl.
“President, you have been in the position for a long time now but I have not heard from you before, I have never been part of your platform. The next thing you di was to call me that you were suspending me. “I beg you, Director James Aboagye…you did not do your job well. Have you called me before? Please, I am not part of your association,” Tracey Boakye said.
Tracey Boakye and Mzbel made headlines some days ago after they engaged in a hot beef over what many people claimed stemmed from the fact that they were dating the same sugar daddy.
Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Dancehall star Livingstone Etse Satekla, famed as Stonebwoy, has officially addressed the issue that involved him and Sarkodie’s manager, Angeltown.

In a self-recorded video sighted by Zionfelix.net, Stonebwoy indicated that there was indeed a little misunderstanding between himself and Sarkodie’s management.

He went on to render an apology to Angeltown and extended his apologies to Sarkodie following the issue that took place at the Independence Square in Accra.

While addressing the issue, Stonebwoy stated emphatically that there was no pulling of any weapon of any kind be it a gun or knife.

He urged his teeming fans and followers to ignore all the news going round about the incident and not also get alarmed by it since the matter had been settled amicably.

Following his apology, Stonebwoy called on all music lovers to catch Sarkodie’s Black Love Concert which is slated for August 16.

He also indicated that he and his BHIM Nation camp had a lot planned for his fans and asked bee to be in expectant moods.

Some days ago, reports were rife that Stonebwoy and Angelitown had engaged in some sort of scuffle following a misunderstanding during a recording session of Sark’s upcoming concert.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


First official photos from award-winning Gospel musician Joe Mettle’s traditional marriage has emerged online.

The musician got married to his girlfriend, Salomey Selasie Dzisa at a classy ceremony in Tema today August 13, 2020.

In the photo, Joe Mettle was dressed in burgundy-like Kaftan wear with a traditional touch to his apparel while his groomsmen, numbering six, wore white Kaftans.

Celebrities present at the engagement ceremony includes; actress Nana Ama McBrown, actor Majid Michel and others.

While SP Kofi Sarpong, Cece Twum, Cindy Thompson, Nii Okai and others performed.

The white wedding of Joe Mettle is expected to take place at Tema as confirmed on the invitation card this Saturday August 15, 2020.

Checkout the exclusive pictures:

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Credible information reaching Peacefmonline.com indicates that Livingstone Etse Satekla, famed as Stonebwoy, has engaged in a confrontation with Angeltown, Rapper Sarkodie’s manager.

Eyewitness account has it that Stonebwoy was attending Rapper Sarkodie’s Black Love Virtual concert at the Independence Square when the incident occurred.

The story has it that upon Stonebwoy was told to come to the venue for the concert at 9am on Monday August 10. He and his team arrived on time but waited for several hours without any information from Sarkodie and his team.

Stonebowy’s who was obviously tired of waiting asked one of his team members to find out what was happening and Sarkodie’s manager Angel came out to explain the situation to Stonebwoy and it turned in a heated argument between Stonebwoy and Angel.

The altercation escalated quickly and saw Stonebwoy allegedly punching Angeltown in the face and Stonebwoy furiously left the venue refusing to perform at the virtual concert after the heated argument.

The “Top Skanker” hit maker is currently in Togo shooting the video for his trending “Putuu” song with Togolease soccer star Adebayor.

Some videos and photos of Angeltown at the Salem Eye Clinic in Tema are testaments of the bust-up that occurred earlier.

It can, therefore, be confirmed that Stonebwoy and Angeltown were involved in some form of a fracas that led to the eye injury.

According to sources, the incident took place on Monday, August 10, 2020.

Source: Peacefmonline.com