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“I GIVE THUMBS UP TO LADIES WHO SEND ME THEIR NUDES” – Singer KiDi Reveals

Singer KiDi has disclosed that he recieves nude pictures from countless ladies on frequent  basis.

Lynx Entertainment signee said even though he loves women, he is not a womanizer and acknowledge ladies who DM him their n*kedness.

The ‘Odo’ hit maker disclosed this in an interview with Larkuor Adjartey on Celebrity Chit Chat With Larkuor on Lark TV.

Asked what is the craziest thing a female fan has done to him Kidi said;

“I Think that would be on social media. On my snapchat usually girls have a very spectacular way of saying hi to you and if they say hi and you don’t mind them, they have special way of say hi boldly with their chest”. 

KiDi who calls himself the ‘Gyal dem sugar’ also added that;

“I love ladies who send me their nudes, what can I do I have tried several times to stop them but they keep sending them, So when they do I give them thumbs up, sometimes I reply; keep it up girl you have done well.”

The ‘Odo’ hit maker has carved a niche for himself as the ‘ladies’ man’ and most music fanatics believe this is so because his style of doing music and lyrics appeals more to the ladies.

Others also believe the ‘Say You Love Me’ crooner is simply innocent.

Watch the interview below:

Source: NKONKONSA.com 

IF YOU PRESSURE ME TO MARRY I WILL BLOCK YOU – Efya

Songstress Efya has warned people within her circles not to pressure her over marriage. She said she will not allow herself to be pushed into marriage or to start a family.

“When I get to when I’m ready to do those things, I’ll do them. If you pressure me I’ll stop picking up your phone calls and I’ll block you,”she told Giovani and Berla Mundi on the Starr Drive.

“They (Family) don’t bring it to me because I told them a long time ago not to pressure me to have kids, or to get married, none of those things,” she added.

When asked if she is scared of divorce, she said “I’m not scared of divorce, I’m scared of the whole process of marriage. Right now in our generation, there is no fear for loyalty, there is no honesty. Everybody is lying to eachother, there is no commitment”.

“Mental health illness is on the rise, depression is on the rise. Let’s tell each other how we feel so that we can actually be free,” Efya stressed.

The songstress was recently adjudged women of the year award in music by Glitz Magazine. Efya is set to hold an awareness walk and breast cancer screening on October 20.

PRINCE BRIGHT OF BUK BAK FAME RELEASES TWO HOT SINGLES

Prince Bright releases two new songs, first as a solo artist after Buk Bak. The singles are ‘Pioto Photo’ produced by Jay Q, and ‘Small Thing’ Produced by Boss Beatz. Download on https://princebright.com/

Prince Bright, leader of the multi-award winning group Buk Bak was born and raised in Kokomlemle, a suburb of Accra in Ghana, West Africa. After consistent hits in the local and international scenes, Prince Bright migrated to the United States of America to further his education and seek the American dream. All being good, music kept calling until the come-back of Buk Bak resonated with the world with their smash hit song KOLOM. Their success was unfortunately short lived due to the heart breaking demise of his partner Ronnie Coches.

Prince Bright has finally broken his silence after all these years to carry on the legacy of Buk Bak. Welcome the new beginning as the legacy unfolds.

Prince Bright, leader of the multi-award winning group Buk Bak was born and raised in Kokomlemle, a suburb of Accra in Ghana, West Africa.

After consistent hits in the local and international scenes, Prince Bright migrated to the United States of America to further his education and seek the American dream. All being good, music kept calling until the come-back of Buk Bak resonated with the world with their smash hit song KOLOM. Their success was unfortunately short lived due to the heart breaking demise of his partner Ronnie Coches.

Prince Bright has finally broken his silence after all these years to carry on the legacy of Buk Bak. Welcome the new beginning as the legacy unfolds. 

 

OKAY FM CELEBRATES 8TH ANNIVERSARY

The management of Okay FM has launched a month-long programme to mark its eight years of providing broadcasting service to Ghanaians.

The month-long celebration is expected to attract a large number of radio listeners, friends of the station, musicians and other important personalities, including politicians.

According to management, the celebration is in recognition of the valuable contributions it has made, championing societal transformation and giving voice to majority of the people “making it a choice station for the public”.

Some of the activities lined up include donations to some selected needy institutions, live musical shows at some selected shopping malls in Accra to entertain its listeners, among others.

From a humble beginning, Okay FM which operates from the Ship House located at the Abeka Junction, has carved a niche for itself as a reputable radio station.

The station has positioned itself to grow businesses and help clients to reach their target groups.

In an interview with Abeiku Santana, host of Ekwanso Dwodwo on Okay FM and also the programmes manager, he recounted the journey of Okay FM to its current graceful success, but said it has not been an easy journey.

He added that eight years in the life of any institution is worth celebrating and Okay FM‘s own has been a magnificent milestone.

According to him, the station is successful because of its highly dedicated staff, passionate listeners and committed advertisers.

He mentioned that the station has grown within the past eight years with some of its programmes, including its morning show, Ade Akye Abia, becoming the industry benchmark.

“The station has climbed the media ladder of success, becoming one of the most listened-to stations in Ghana currently,” Abeiku Santana added.

He further disclosed that the station’s loyal listeners will be rewarded with various packages, including products from sponsors.

“MY MAN MUST BE HARDWORKING, DECENT, GOD-FEARING & RICH”- MzVee

Beautiful Ghanaian Singer MzVee has revealed the qualities of the kind of man she would love to settle down with.

The “I Don’t Know” hitmaker in a latest interview with TV Africa was so blunt on her type of man. In quite a hearty and soothing session, Larry inquired about the beautiful Singer’s choice of a man she would love to marry.

MzVee stated some good qualities she would want to have in a man she would want to settle down with but was keen on a man who is rich and has the money to take care of her.

It’s not so common to have a young Ghanaian lady on live TV saying such, so it’s quite a shocking revelation to many.

The host asked her “What is your kind of man” and she replied “Hardworking, decent, God-fearing and should have that money” .

MzVees latest release “Bend Down” featuring her label mate, Kuami Eugene is currently trending at Number 5 with almost 500,000 views on Youtube and still counting.

Watch “Bend Down” video below:


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UTV, STACY, OTHERS WIN AWARDS AT RTP AWARDS 2018

The 8th Edition of the Adonko Radio and Television Personality (RTP) Awards, was held at the International Conference Centre on Saturday, October 6, with various honours conferred on thriving personalities in the media industry.

Stacy Amoateng of Platinum Network emerged with the topmost on the night, after winning the 2018 Personality of the Year beating off competition from Nana Aba Anamoah of GHONE Tv, Benard Avle of CITI FM, Patrick Osei Agyemang of Adom TV and Nana Yaw Sarfo of Vision 1.

Despite Media Group, emerge the best media group of the year, while UTV also a subsidiary network of the Despite Group also won the TV Station of the Year award.

Patrick Osei Agyemang continued his remarkably award winning streak, after being adjudged the TV Sports Show of the Year while Benedict Owusu also won the Radio Sports Show Host of the year.

Honourary awards where awarded to thriving media personalities which includes Nana Appiah Mensah of Zylofon Media, Dr. Ofori Sarpong of Despite Group, Francis Kwabena Opoku of Hot FM and Martin Kwaku Brobbey.

Below is the full list of award winners;

RTP Personality of the Year – Stacy Amoateng

Media Group of the Year – Despite Group

Radio DJ of the Year – DJ Vyrusky

Radio Entertainment Talk Show Host of the Year: Agyeman Prempeh (Power FM)

Radio Gospel Show Host of the Year – OB Nartey (Vision 1 FM)

Radio Reggae Show Host of the Year – Blakk Rasta (Zylofon FM)

Radio Sports Show Host of the Year – Benedict Owusu (Joy FM)

Radio Female Presenter of the Year – Akumaa Mama Zimbi (Adom FM)

Radio Morning Show Host of the Year – Daniel Dadzie (Joy FM)

Radio Mid Morning Show Host of the Year – Nana Yaw Sarfo (Vision 1 FM)

Radio Late Afternoon Show Host of the Year – Giovani Caleb (Starr FM)

Radio Morning Show of the Year – Super Morning Show (Joy FM)

Radio News Program of the Year – Starr News Today (Starr FM)

Radio Sports Program of the Year – Angel Sports (Angel FM)

Radio Program of the Year– Ghana Beye Yie (Vision 1 FM)

Radio Station of the Year – Starr FM

TV Male Newscaster of the Year – Alfred Ocansey (TV3)

TV Development Show Host of the Year – Nana Aba Anamoah (GhOne TV)

TV Sports Show Host of the Year – Patrick Osei Agyemang ‘Songo’ (Adom TV)

TV Entertainment Male Host of the Year – Abeiku Santana (UTV)

TV Entertainment Female Host of the Year – Berla Mundi

TV Female Presenter of the Year – Stacy Amoateng (Platinum Network)

TV Morning Show Host of the Year – Johnnie Hughes (TV3)

TV Entertainment Show of the Year – The Late Afternoon Show (GhOne TV)

TV News Program of the Year– News 360 (TV3)

GHANAIAN ACTOR CHRIS ATTOH MARRIES AGAIN

Ghanaian actor and Broadcaster, Chris Attoh, has gotten married again after his first marriage with Nigerian actress Damilola fell on the rocks in 2017.

The private ceremony took place at North Kaneshie in Accra on Saturday, October 6, 2018.

Chris Attoh, one of Ghana’s most eligible bachelors has moved on after his divorce from Nigerian actress Damilola Adegbite.

The Ghanaian actor has confirmed marriage reports barely 24 hours after the news broke.

The actor in a post on Facebook shared lovely pictures of himself and wife Bettie Jenifer.

He wrote;

“I want to thank God for his love and for hearing my prayers, indeed when the sun appears all things suddenly seen with clarity!!! Thank you God for a blessed day!!! ❤”

Chris Attoh was previously married to Nigerian actress Damilola in 2015 but their marriage hit the rocks in 2017. The two gave birth to a son, Brian.

Check out from below the photos Chris Attoh shared.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 

 

 

I STRIP NAKED AT DAWN & PRAY TO GOD FOR THINGS I NEED – Fella Makafui Reveals

Actress Fella Makafui has shared her secret to success with the world.

The actress who seems to be the only one from the youth series, YOLO to have made it big businesswise made this disclosure while speaking at an event.

She indicated that there is the need for people to have faith and believe that God can do more than they can think of.

Fella Makafui said her secret in life has been prayer.

She said “I will share a secret with you. I wake up at night to pray. I strip naked and read some bible verses and pray to ask God for all the things I need and that has kept me going”.

Fella Makafui owns several businesses and is an ambassador for several brands in Ghana.

If you could recall, news went viral that Fella’s wine shop in East Legon has been closed down by her angry boyfriend.

According to the reports, Fella Makafui’s attitude towards the sugar Daddy who splashes money on her has changed. The man has accused her of sleeping with Ghanaian rapper, Medikal.

The ‘Yolo’ actress denied all the numerous rumours flying on social media and stated that she’s relocating due to rent issues.

“I DON’T LIVE FOR ACCOLADES” – Regina Van Helvert

Although TV and radio presenter, Regina Van Helvert, has been in the entertainment industry for a while, she is yet to be a household name but the GHOne Rhythmz host says she is not bothered.

“I don’t live for accolades; I live for the impact of my work with young people. However, I have been acknowledged as the favourite TV and radio presenter on a number of occasions.

“I have also had some nominations for awards in the movie industry too. My focus is on the impact of my work and building society,” she told Showbiz recently.

Regina added, “I don’t think being a household name is the ultimate benchmark that one has arrived in this industry. The quality of engagements and how one is perceived in the industry is crucial.

“I want to believe that my brand associations on TV and radio as well as the movie industry are strategically placed and this I look forward to improving over time.”

Instead of brooding over the lack of accolades or recognition like some nigh do, Regina is channelling her energies into projects that will fix the broken trust in our society.

“I am passionate about fixing the broken trust in our society across varied areas of engagements, be it the place of women, the place of marginalised groups, youth empowerment, amongs others.

“Due to this, I have a foundation that has commenced a #StopJungleJustice project which is aimed at repairing the broken trust in the judiciary and processes of adjudicating conflicts which has led to people usurping the powers of state, taking matters into their own hands,” she said.

On what she thinks can be done to make the entertainment industry better, Regina said, “Well I am not particularly sure that I want to single handedly change anything. It’s an industry that is evolving and has its own dynamics.

“It is important that we see a gradual improvement in content which is very reflective of our evolving dynamics as a society and where we intend to reach. This is a cause that I believe I could provide my expertise to going forward.”

One area she sees a lot of improvement is the number of women who are taking up roles in the industry.

“Women today are playing varied roles in the media in Ghana, from shaping lifestyles of this and subsequent generations through to developments in the creative arts space.

“There still exists the challenges of objectification and sexism, but these are issues that will over time change drastically. Again, more could be done in this directive.”

Regina Van Helvert was first runner-up at Miss Malaika 2012. She is currently the co-host of GHOne’s Rhythmz and also an actress.

She is a graduate of the Ghana Telecom University College where she earned a Degree in Business Administration (Marketing).

“SHARING NEGATIVE IMAGES OF ME WILL NOT BRING ME DOWN” – Wendy Shay

Ruff Town Record’s latest addition Wendy Shay has reacted to an alleged image of her showing her butt during one of her recent performances, which is circulating on social media.

The musician who is on a steady rise with three hit singles to her credit already had to clear the air on an image of her she claims to have been photoshopped which has been trending since late afternoon of Thursday October 4.

Taken during her performance at the just ended Miss Ghana beauty pageant, Wendy Shay’s butt is clearly seen and has warranted a lot of trolls with people making mockery of her.

However, Wendy Shay is not perturbed as she asserts the image was photoshopped by individuals with evil plans to destroy her hard work.

In a post, she said: “My passion is entertainment and I am thankful for my God given talent of being able to sing.

It’s quite unfortunate that in my quest to show it, people who want to belittle what I can do hide behind the internet, as they project lame and shameful images which have nothing to do with me.

Hiding behind the internet and sharing photoshopped images of me will not bring me down. I am here to show my talent to the world and the evil plans you have in mind will not pull me down.

When will these acts stop? Are women supposed to be a laughing stock whenever they want to achieve something useful in life? And fellow women also joining in such acts, will you be happy if I were your sister or relative?

Support your own but you rather prefer to pull your own down. Feminism isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength.” she wrote.

Source: NKONKONSA.com