Veteran rapper Tic has called out Ghanaians, for showing love to Kofi B after his death.

Ghanaians woke up to the sad news of the death of the ace highlife musician Kofi B, early Sunday morning, February 2, 2020, after a short illness.

When the news broke, many Ghanaians took to social media to share their grief and shock over the death of the musician, with many calling him a legend in the music industry.

But Tic, a friend of the late musician is not enthused with the sudden show of love for the late Kofi B.

According to him, the last time he went for a show with the musician he was not treated with respect, something he complained bitterly about. He said he was surprised that somebody who was treated with such disrespect will suddenly be referred to as a legend when he is no longer alive.

“For some hours now, I have been very sad about the unfortunate demise of my paddy… clearly it has been very difficult to even post anything about his death to show my concern because already I know he’s mad at the sudden titles and tags received from Ghanaians.

The last time we met at a show he was not treated with respect, and he was bitter to the extent that he complained about his unfair treatment meted out to him in the industry, now that he’s gone we are heaping all the praises on him, calling him legend and all that.

I had recently just asked him to write me a song Aawwwwww RIP Kofi Yaw Dompr3 one can never tell the operations of death,” Tic wrote on Instagram.

Kofi Boakye Yiadom, known widely as Kofi B, was known for hit songs such as ‘Koforidua Flowers’, ‘Mobrowa’ ‘Akua Atta’ among others.


Gospel musician, Joseph Oscar Nii Armah Mettle, popularly known as e Joe Mettle has revealed what he does whenever he gets strong sexual urges.

The “Bo noni” hit maker says it is important to pray and read the word of God whenever people feel a strong sexual urge because that is how he has been able to control himself all these years.

According to the celebrated gospel musician, the only way to remain pure is through constant prayers and reading the Bible.

Speaking during an interview with Johnnie Hughes on TV3’s new day, Joe Mettle explained the significance in keeping one’s body holy. “Most of the time, it depends on what we feed ourselves with. There are so many things that expose you, different kinds of thoughts and all that” he noted.

He further said “If you think thoughts like that then sometimes you don’t have to think about it”

Joe Mettle maintains that the youth most especially must focus on more important things that take their mind off sexual urges.

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Actress, Yvonne Nelson has called out President Nana Akufo-Addo for turning government’s long over due responsibility into funfair.

According to the sexy screen diva it was absolutely unnecessary for the presidency to design fliers about simple commissioning and distribution of the ambulance.

The actress and movie producer stated that the ambulances should have been distributed long ago to help save our dying health system. So if after so many years they are finally performing their responsibilities, there was no need to politicise it.

In a tweet Yvonne Nelson said the Ghanaians have lost if they see nothing wrong with the designing posters for the commissioning and distribution of the ambulances.

She wrote

“How on earth are we designing posters for the commissioning and distribution of OUR ambulances that should have been sent ages ago to help save Ghanaians! Enough of the POSTERS. This aint a MOVIE! Our Health system sucks! We’ve lost our way!”.

Yvonne’s comments come after President Nana Addo shared a purposely designed artwork ahead of the commissioning and  distribution of ambulances.

Sharing photos from a special ceremony on the President’s official social media platforms, he wrote:

“On Tuesday, 28th January, 2020, I commissioned and presented 307 brand new, state-of-the-art ambulances, fitted with advanced life support equipment and tracking devices, to be distributed to 275 constituencies, i.e. 1-Constituency-1-Ambulance, to be managed by the National Ambulance Service, and the remainder of 32 ambulances to the headquarters of the Service. This is the single largest presentation of ambulances made to the Ghana Ambulance Service, since its establishment in 2004.

As against the scenario whereby 1 ambulance served approximately 524,000 people at the end of December 2016, today, we have a much-improved ratio of 1 ambulance serving approximately 84,000 people.”

President Akufo-Addo commissioned and distributed 307 brand new ambulances at a well-publicised ceremony at the Independence Square On Tuesday, 28th January, 2020. The ceremony was covered across the media landscape in Ghana.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Multiple award-winning Ghanaian Highlife artist, Ofori Amponsah has made a shocking revelation about his marriage.

The “Otoolege” finally revealed why he went into hibernation all of a sudden at the time he was doing well musically.

Ofori Amponsah said he caught his own wife in bed on their matrimonial home with his friend, something which drove him into a state of depression.

It was perhaps this situation that turned him into a pastor all of a sudden, after he which he made a U-Turn just few years later

He said during a recent interview:

“Someone I helped entered my home and destroyed my marriage. Someone I opened my gates to could do that to me.

That day I had a show at the national theatre but I performed poorly on stage because I was surprised that someone I helped would do that to me. Since then, I couldn’t write, sing or do anything. For about three years I was shut. No shows, nothing. I was in my room. I became lonely.

The only thing I could remember at that moment was to pray. I was there one day when a prophet called me and advised me that if I don’t run to God, nothing will work out well for me.”


The Director of Golden Movie Awards, Mimi Andani Michaels, says people who keep calling female celebrities prostitutes should “cut them some slack.”

According to Mimi who was a popular Singer, this is because it is unfair and also very disrespectful to label all female celebrities as such.

“I don’t understand why Ghanaians just don’t want to honour or respect our celebrities. Can someone tell me why? Aah you call your celebrities all sorts of names! Seriously what is wrong with you people?”

Mimi’s comment follows recent derogatory remarks by social commentators and social media users that most Ghanaian female celebrities ‘sell’ themselves for material gains.

The former Big Brother housemate, who sounded unhappy with the name-calling in an Instagram post on Saturday, said there are also hard working Ghanaian female celebrities.

“Why do you disrespect them so much? Why? What did they do to you? Are you JEALOUS? I seriously don’t get it! You call them all sorts of names, people will work their butts off and then you will say they are prostituting, calling others pimps, etc! I mean every success a female celeb chalks up is from a certain sugar daddy? Herrrrrrrr women are making real cash, building empires and wealth by simply working as hard as men,” she said in the post.

“Listen, I understand some might have led certain lives before, but hey, can you cut them some slack? No! Can you,” she added.


Legendary NBA player Kobe Bryant has died in a California helicopter crash, a report said Sunday.

He was 41.

According to reports, five people have died in the crash, with nobody on board surviving. An investigation into the incident – which happened on Sunday morning, January 26, 2020 – is underway.

According to reports, the helicopter went up in a ball of fire after hitting the ground. He is survived by his wife Vanessa and their three daughters, who are thought to have not been on board.

Bryant’s wife, Vanessa, was not among those aboard the chopper, according to the report.

Bryant starred for two decades with the Los Angeles Lakers, winning five championships and making 18 All-Star Games before retiring after the 2016 season.


A US-based lady Mary Ama Boansi has sued Ghanaian comedian Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, popularly known as Funny Face, alleging the showbiz personality owes her about $53,105.53.

The writ mentions that Madam Boansi and Funny Face became friends after they met in June 2016.

Funny Face, per the writ, sought financial assistance from Boansi. Before the request, they had fallen in love and a marriage proposal laid at her doorstep.

It reads: “Plaintiff avers that as their love affair grew stronger, the Defendant proposed to marry her; a proposal she gladly accepted. Plaintiff avers that due to the Defendant’s proposal and promise to marry her, she took more than usual interest in affairs of the Defendant. That the Defendant was always requesting for financial assistance from her and she went beyond what is expected of an unmarried acquaintance to meet the unusual financial needs of the Defendant.”

However, Funny Face failed to pay back when the relationship hit the rocks.

“Plaintiff avers that, she has made all attempts to recover all funds given to the Defendant without success,” the writ states.

Boansi is therefore asking the court to direct Funny Face to pay her $53,105.53 or its Ghana cedi equivalent and an interest on the said amount.

She also wants the court to declare that Funny Face defrauded her by “false pretences.”

See the writ below:

Source: Ghanaweb.com 


Father of the late Ebony Reigns, Nana Poku Kwarteng popularly known as Starboy Kwarteng, there will be a memorial birthday celebration in honour of the late singer on her birthday, February 16th.

The memorial birthday celebration is expected to come off Sunday, February 16, 2020, at Dansoman, Tunga.

This would have been the 22nd birthday of the late singer had she been alive.

Reports indicate that the event is to honour the memory of the late singer who was at the peak of her career before her untimely death.

Ebony Reigns was killed instantly in a traffic collision on 8 February, 2018 whilst returning from Sunyani to Accra after a visit to her mother. Her assistant and longtime friend Franklina Yaa Nkansah Kuri and soldier Atsu Vondee were also killed in the fatal accident whiles the only person who survived was their driver. She died eight days before her 21st birthday.


Ghanaian actress, Salma Mumin has said she does not like talking about her sources of income.

The CEO of Salma’s Eatery indicated that she finds it uncomfortable when people probe into her finances.

Speaking to MzGee in an interview on TV3 at the launch of her foundation at the Marriott Hotel in Accra, Salma stated that her financial life is her private life hence will prefer keeping it as such.

” I honestly don’t like being questioned about my source of income. I’m an adult and I have a right to my private life even though I have a social life. My financial life is my private life and it should remain so.” The stunning actress stated

“I get worried when people say what they say about us. Personally, I hardly rest. I’m always on the move. I’m always investing and using everything I get to reinvest in my businesses so its really painful when people say what they say about us. For me its disrespectful and misleading.” She added

The actress cum movie producer also agreed to suggestions by colleague actress, Princess Shyngle that the movie industry is not the only source of income for most actresses.

Source: Mzgeegh.com

“GHANAIANS ARE SUFFERING” – Yvonne Nelson Tells President Akufo-Addo

Sexy and outspoken Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has once again expressed her opinion on the current of affairs in Ghana via social media.

The screen goddess and film producer earlier today called the attention of the president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, to the suffering of the Ghanaian masses.

According to the ‘FIX US’ producer, Ghanaians are not ‘seeing top’ and she knows the president knows about the suffering his administration is causing Ghanaians.

She tweeted, “Mr. President Ghanaians NO DEY SEE TOP!!!! I know you know! We are suffering!

It would be recalled that later part of 2019, Miss Yvonne Nelson asked the president to have a question and answer session with Ghanaians, but the president did not respond to the call.

“Mr. President, when are Ghanaians getting a Q&A session/time with you? Not journalists, or media personalities, I’m talking about (students, carpenters, drivers, doctors, waakye sellers, tailors, hairdressers, mothers. etc) we have a lot of questions,” , Yvonne’s tweet.

Her latest tweet telling the president about the suffering of Ghanaians have however been met with diverse reactions.