“YOU WOULD BE AN EWE IF YOU WERE A GHANAIAN” – Stonebwoy Tells Keri Hilson

Ghana’s award winning Afro-Dancehall Singer Stonebwoy went live on instagram with American Singer Keri Hilson, yesterday Sunday April 26, 2020 to speak about his new album “Anloga Junction”.

During the live session a fan asked “If you a Ghanaian what tribe would you be?”

Stonebwoy answered saying “You should be Ewe. You look like an Ewe girl or I think a Fante girl somehow”.

He later admitted that because he an Ewe himself, he would tribalistic and selfish and say that she would have been an Ewe lady.

“Right now I have to be tribalistic and selfish so I think you are going to be an Ewe girl if you were a Ghanaian”, he said.

During the pair’s interaction with their fans, Rihanna’s name popped up in the conversation.

A fan asked Keri which other female artiste would she recommend to collaborate with Stonebwoy after her experience of working with him and she said: “I’d love to hear you and Rihanna”.

She explained, “She is like she kills that vibe so effortlessly. You know she’s from the Islands, from Barbados, so I think it will really be cool hearing y’all two voices on record”.

Stonebwoy agreed with her in excitement “Oh yes! And it will even be colder hearing the three of us on a song”.

The Ghanaian dancehall act featured the American singer on “Nominate” a song on his new “Anloga Junction” album, which was released last Friday, 24th April 2020.

Watch the live session below:


While answering how she deals with trolls having been taunted on several occasions by a section of the Ghanaian populace, Becca said she is least perturbed because she finds it awkward to respond to rumors and comments aimed at making her feel less of a person.

“People who troll you are usually your enemies. I don’t think when you love someone so much, you won’t give them the opportunity to explain themselves,” she told MzGee on TV3’s New Day, Friday.

“Sometimes, I’m quiet because I believe that’s the best way to do things. I believe that when you’re quiet about things, it passes… [My way of dealing with trolls is] just silence because I believe that silence is really golden.”

The musician is of the conviction that colleagues join the bandwagon and subject her to vehement attack for reasons best known to them when they are supposed to know better. Regardless, she holds no grudges as she focuses on positivity and forges ahead to chalk successes.

“There might be ordinary people there as well but definitely there’s gonna be some who come from the industry,” she said while adding a phrase which could be attributed to her should a discussion about rumours and how they spread is tabled for discussion.

“Rumours are started by enemies, accepted by fools, and spread by ignorance without confirmation.”

The songstress, accused of bleaching, was recently hit with a song theft allegation following the release of her song ‘No One’. She was said to have sampled South African singer, Sho Madjozi’s, ‘John Cena’ song and trolled on various social media platforms.

Setting the record straight, Becca said the accusation was fuelled by ignorance. She explained that ‘No One’ falls under a genre called Gqom beat – an electronic dance music that emerged in the early 2010 from Durban, South Africa – stressing that when people were jabbing her in Ghana, the song was trending at number two in South Africa.

“That’s the irony of life. People are home trolling [me] but my song was number 2 in South Africa. People do not really understand the kind of music I released,” she said. “It sounded like somebody else’s song and so are all Gqom beats. Gqom beats all sound alike. If the song you claim is gqom beat does not sound like all gqom beats, then it’s actually gqom beat.

“The good thing is that I featured one of the main women who are the founders of gqom beat – Busiswa. Would you actually think that she would take weeks and weeks to go through my song and feature if she thought it was a copied song?” she asked.

On whether she was disappointed about the development, Becca responded in the affirmative.

“I was disappointed. I fell it was naivety and I felt like people should have just asked these questions. But people who knew it knew it so I wasn’t really worried about it,” she mentioned.

Source: Ghanaweb.com 


Actress Yvonne Nelson believes most people who show off on social media are broke in real life.

The sexy screen diva in her usual twitter posts said rich people do not have anything to prove to people so they will not show off their material wealth just to seek approval from people.

“Most people who show off on social media have nothing … wealthy people usually have nothing to prove to anyone!”, She tweeted.

Yvonne also called out her fellow celebrities who borrow just to show off on social media in the name of showbiz and advised them to invest to avoid being broke in the future.

“Did i hear showbiz? Relax with the borrowing charley. Live your life. Be smart. INVEST in fixed assets….think about the years ahead….peeps are waiting to laugh at you in 5years when you broke”.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Actor and Politician John Dumelo has described the virtual concert organized by the government to launch the COVID-19 Tracker app as needless.

The NDC Ayawaso West Wuogon MP aspirant  was speaking on Entertainment Capital on Accra100.5FM on Saturday, 18 April 2020. The Ministry of Communication organized the concert on Monday, 13 April 2020

However, Mr Dumelo, who revealed that he was not aware of the virtual concert until he saw comments about it on Twitter, said the resources used to organize the concert could have been used to fight the deadly virus in a more practical way.

He told show host Nana Romeo: “No, it wasn’t [necessary], I mean look, we’re in crisis; the government wants to launch an application to help COVID-19 and they’ve also gone to organize a concert, I mean it’s totally needless. It would have been more helpful if they had even invested that money used to organize the concert to, perhaps, buy more PPE or pay more allowances to the health personnel or used it for something more practical related to the COVID-19 crisis.

“The musicians who performed, it’s their business, they were doing the job they were assigned, so, I don’t blame the musicians, that one it’s not a problem. I just blame the organizers for setting up that concert. I don’t know how much they spent but at the end of the day, what is the point? People are sick, people need food, people need things, people are dying and they say they want to organize a concert to launch an app? What will the app also do? It’s pointless and needless.”


President of Ghana announced on Sunday evening April 19, that the 3-week partial lockdown in Greater Accra and Ashanti region have been lift and this has attracted mixed reactions both on social media and mainstream media.

While some are of the view that the president’s decision was the best for the country at the moment, others have expressed their disappointment and have detailed their fear of a wider spread in the country.

Actress Efia Odo Andrea Owusu, is one of those who does not agree with the lift on the ban on restrictions especially when Ghana has recorded over 1000 Coronavirus cases. Efia believes the president’s decision was politically motivated.

In a post on her Twitter page, she said she “smells something fishy”.

According to the TV presenter, the decision to arrive at the lifting of the lockdown was made as part of a certain political agenda.

“Ban being lifted after 1000+ cases reported. Something smells fishy or shall I say there’s a political agenda aroma around this lift,” she wrote on April 19, 2020.

However, in his 7th address to the nation, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo said the decision was influenced by several factors including Ghana’s ability to undertake aggressive contact tracing, an enhanced capacity to test, expansion of the number of treatment and isolation centres as well as the impact of the virus on the poor and vulnerable in the affected areas.

LOCKDOWN PUSHED ME TO DO MUSIC – Actress Fella Makafui Reveals

Actress Fella Makafui has finally revealed the reason why she decided to go into music.

The “YOLO” actress is the talk of the town at the moment after releasing her first solo song titled “Over”.

The actress has been under severe backlash and mockery over the song which has seen social media users trolling her for doing a poor job on the track.

Nevertheless, Fella Makafui wants to make things clear that the song was recorded just for fun. Speaking on Okay FM with Abeiku Santana, the 24-year-old made it known that the boredom caused by the Coronavirus lockdown, is what pushed her into husband’s studio at home to record the song.

“You know this lockdown everyone is bored and my husband has a studio at home so we just decided to do something,” she said.

“It is not like I am coming to take it personal, I’ve launched my production recently and ready to shoot movies soon before this lockdown. So it’s not like I am coming to do music, I am just doing it for the fun of it ” she said in Twi.

During the interview monitored by pulse.com.gh, the actress who got married to 26-year-old Ghanaian rapper, Medikal, further emphasized that “so basically I am an entertainer. I am not just limited to acting, there are others too who act and do a lot of things, so this one is just for fun”.

Watch the video below if you haven’t heard Fella’s song which has left everybody talking about it.


Renowned gospel artiste, Jojo Immanuel-Lawson, a British/Ghanaian has released a new official music video for “LET THERE BE” A CHANGE IN THE ATMOSPHERE, a track off his debut album, “Speak Lord”, to sum up the Cry of Nations through this Pandemic.

It is an intimate, heart felt encounter moment with God in worship. It highlights mankind’s constant need for God. Certainly an essential prayer for our world today.

He recently released a new single and an official video , this Awesome Music Video and song by Jojo Immanuel-Lawson was released on Easter Sunday – 12th April 2020 on his YouTube Page.

The music sums up the cry of nations in the current Coronavirus pandemic where in the face of an invisible common enemy, all we can do is to petition for the invisible hand of God to Shift this Load and Cloud of Fear, uncertainty and total helplessness of humanity away and to bring a desperate Change in the Atmosphere.

Jojo Immanuel-Lawson is a renowned Gospel Music Singer and Evangelist/ Speaker/ Writer ,Mentor, a radio presenter, the President of CPals network ,an author and a passionate servant of Christ who has travelled and ministered in Music and the Word of God for over 30 years in more than 10 countries around the world .

He is an award winning artiste, conference Speaker, Mentor, a radio presenter, the President of CPals network and an author to mention a few.

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Comic actor Bismark Odio popularly known as Bismark TheJoke has urged his fans and the general public to stop pressurising public figures to donate by all means during these extraordinary times.

Since the coronavirus breakout in Ghana in February, countless celebrities and public figures have donated several items at different parts of the country and there has been pressure from the public on known people who haven’t donated yet to do so. But according to Bismark, not every public figure or celebrity can donate item because they are also suffering.

Speaking during an interview with Ola Michael on Neat FM’s “Entertainment GH”, this morning, Bismark revealed that all is not rosy for some celebrities as people may assume.

“It is not easy for some of us. Several people keep saying celebrities must donate but I am telling you the truth a lot of celebrities are suffering but nobody is speaking for them because they say we are public figures so we don’t even have the chance to say that you are also suffering”.

According to Bismark who is celebrating his birthday today Wednesday April, 15, 2020, the movie industry was already suffering before the outbreak of coronavirus and things are even getting worse now.

He also spoke about how he is coping with the current lockdown situation among other things.

Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com


Outspoken Ghanaian screen diva Yvonne Nelson believes there is nothing like free lunch when it comes to Ghana’s bilateral relationship between Ghana and China and Africa as a whole.

The Republic of China has donated several items as part of their efforts to support Ghana in the fight against the deadly coronavirus. The items include Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to support health workers who are at the frontline of the fight against the deadly virus.

President during his sixth update on measures live telecast to the country thanked the Chinese government for the aid and called for more support and collaboration during the period.

However, actress Yvonne Nelson who has been advocating for an Independent Africa and especially Ghana believes Ghana and Africa will pay dearly for the aid from China because they do not give things for free anywhere.

In a tweet, the only Ghanaian actress who has been critical of governments said “The Aid Africa is getting isn’t for free…..we will pay for it later….they will come and mine and mine and mine and mine and leave us hollow!!! For now give way to our new colonial masters to save the day! Check my old tweets about our new masters!”.

Ghana is currently battling COVID-19 and several measures have been put in place to protect the citizenry and also prevent the numbers from escalating. Ghana’s current positive cases stand at 566 whiles deaths due to the virus are 8 in number.


TV broadcaster, Gifty Anti has called on President Akufo-Addo to stop pampering Ghanaians and enforce a total lockdown of the country to prevent further spread of COVID-19.

Ghana’s COVID-19 cases have soared to 566 with 8 deaths and 4 recoveries.

The government, as part of measures to prevent further spread of the virus, has extended the restrictions on movement imposed on Kasoa, Greater Accra and Ashanti Regions by an additional week while the ban on social gatherings has also been extended by an additional 2 weeks.

The TV broadcaster, who tested negative for COVID-19 recently, was among over 1,000 persons who were compulsorily quarantined and tested after entering the country from coronavirus-hit countries.

In a Facebook post on Sunday, April 12, 2020, the TV broadcaster called on President Akufo-Addo to stop pampering Ghanaians and impose a total lockdown instead of the partial one.

She wrote: “Dear People of God, I think at this rate, I am compelled to join those calling for total lockdown. What? What is wrong with us? My people, when I got to the UK on 10th March 2020, there were 16 deaths. As of the time I was leaving on 22nd March 2020, the total number of deaths was close to 2,000. 2,000 coronavirus-related deaths, in less than 2 weeks. As of today, total deaths, due to coronavirus in the UK is about 10,000. All because they did not listen, just as Ghanaians are not LISTENING!!! Mr President, we can no longer do business as usual. I think you are over pampering us, Mr President. We will be the same people to blame and accuse you if this virus claims more lives. Please, something has to change and immediately too!!!”