Mzbel has alleged that broadcast journalist Nana Aba Anamoah “hates” her—and the reason is that she (Mzbel) snatched former UT Bank boss, Kofi Amoabeng, from her.

Speaking on Kantanka TV on Tuesday, she, however, denied the snatching claims, indicating that Nana Aba and Amoabeng’s relationship ended long before she dated him.

She added that she didn’t know “they dated” when she started dating him.

“They dated long before I even came into the picture. I was never friends with Nana Aba. She was never my friend until me and Kofi started going out and then one time she invited me on her show. After the show when I was going home, she sent me a BBM to say we have a common friend and I asked who and she said Kofi. And I said oh OK. I didn’t even know they dated until later. And up till date, she hates me because of that,” she alleged.

“But if you done with somebody or somebody is done with somebody before I came into the picture why do you have to hate me?” she asked.

It has always been a public secret that the two showbiz personalities ‘have had a thing’ with the former UT boss. However, none of them has really opened up about it.

Mzbel was, however, talking about Nana Aba and Kofi Amoabeng for the first time on a show hosted by one Mona Gucci, who had earlier made derogatory remarks about Nana Aba on Neat FM. The station at the time apologised to Nana Aba, who threatened to sue Neat FM.



Kumawood actress and TV show host, Xandy Kamel Mensah has dismissed the popular notion that, money plays a very important role in women’s choice of a man for a relationship.

According to the actress, ladies who are attracted to men with money are only lazy.

She dismissed the generalisation that women love money. To her, a hard working woman does not need a man to live comfortably.

To her, a man is only a bonus in the lives of hard working women. Many people hold the conviction that women love money more than anything in relationships. But Xandy is trying to dispell such with her latest post on social media.

She took to her Instagram page and wrote: “Lazy Women are impressed by men with money. But when a woman works hard, a man with money is just bonus to her and not a ladder for success”.



Ghanaian entertainer and broadcaster, Kwaku Sintim-Misa has scolded Christian leaders for failing to heal Coronavirus patients in the country.

In an interview with Nkonkonsa.com on YouTube, KSM urged Christians to wise up because the Coronavirus pandemic has exposed the Pastors as having no healing or supernatural powers.

”Every week, they have miracle crusades and they’re going to heal this person or do this or that. Corona is here with us; as we talk people have been quarantined, go to where they have been quarantined and heal them”, he ridiculed the Pastors.

According to him, if they (Pastors) indeed can work miracles, they should seek clearance from President Nana Akufo-Addo to go to the various hospitals and prove their healing powers.

”If there is anything we have to learn from this coronavirus, it’s how much Pastors have been lying, especially those who claim to have all these healing powers. Where are they?…Where is the power of the God that you talk about and claim to have this miraculous healing powers? Where is it? Where are they?” .

Watch the full interview below:
Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Actress Efia Odo has reacted to people who are trolling her for not getting a car on her birthday.

After Media mogul, Nana Aba Anamoah made headline with controversial birthday Range Rover and Social Media star Mona Montrage popularly known as Hajia 4 Real also received a Range Rover as a birthday gift, people were waiting patiently for the next female celebrity birthday celebrant and what she would get on her birthday.

Ghanaian social media users were expecting Efia Odo who celebrated her birthday on July 18, to also get a car on her birthday. But to the surprise of expectants, she only got a tiny ass shaped cake in a red lingerie.

People on social media, especially twitter made mockery of her, describing her birthday as dry and boring. As expected, she has now found the right time to respond appropriately to those who were trolling her.

According to the socialite, Ghanaians are hypocrites and pretenders.

She wrote on twitter: “I didn’t get a car for my birthday but if I did y’all would’ve been the same people saying that I had to fuck for it. It’s so sad that y’all worship material things to the core that of someone doesn’t have it you make fun of them. Pathetic miserable people.”

I didn’t get a car for my birthday but if I did y’all would’ve been the same people saying that I had to fuck for it. It’s so sad that y’all worship material things to the core that of someone doesn’t have it you make fun of them. Pathetic miserable people.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Beautiful Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim has turned into a relationship expert by advising ladies on how to get the best man for a relationship.

The 34-year-old actress, who is still single after numerous failed relationships, has gathered all the experiences she had in the past to help guide the young ones coming up not to fall into a relationship that is not good for them.

In a post on her Instagram page, she admonished ladies to do due diligence when it comes to picking the right man for a relationship. She instructed that ladies should painstakingly go through the number of men available to choose the best just like they do when they want to choose a picture to post on social media.

Most of the female celebrities in Ghana have had a very poor record when it comes to dating and even marriage. Only a handful of them can settle down or are in serious relationships.


Zyellegant announced the launch of its bridal styling company on Sunday July 5 2020 with a stunning collection of millinery headpieces.

Created by popular actress Zynnell Zuh, the Ghanaian-based filmmaker and milliner draws on her rich African heritage to create dynamic headpieces. Working with spiral bold shapes, she created a bespoke collection of dramatic silhouettes already redefining the African millinery market since its launch.

Each Saturn headpiece is hand-crafted to incorporate traditional and unconventional materials and techniques. For brides, bridal trains and wedding guests who want to make a truly unique statement on their special day, Zyellegant Millinery collection “The Saturn Headpiece” brings with it a unique ’70s glamour and inimitable style guaranteed to turn heads.

The Saturn Headpiece is $100 and it’s available for order only on Zyellegant social media pages and www.zyellegant.com with an amazing 50% discount on all launch orders until the end of August 2020.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Popular Ghanaian social media personality, Moesha Buduong, has come out to state that she needs to be awarded for being the most trolled person in Ghana.

Moesha stated that so many times she had wanted to pack her tools and leave social media due to the backlashes, trolls.

She added that the had “dark” side of Social media, has made her come to the very verge of throwing her phone into the garbage bin. She, however, said she was not going to succumb to any pressure from these trolls to get her to say ‘goodbye’ to social media for good.

According to Moesha she would not leave social media anytime soon and is willing to stand every pressure it brings.

She went further to throw a question to her fans on how to make social media profitable instead of focusing on all the negative energy stemming from there.

Of course, Moesha has been the talk of the internet several times for so many reasons, so it’s not surprising that she is asking to be awarded for receiving the most backlash on social media.

Moesha Boduong is a Ghanaian actress and model who is known more for her figure than for the number of movies she has starred in. She is remembered for granting an interview to CNN reporter Christiane Amanpour on issues of sex, love and gender which did not go down well with the Ghanaian society especially women.

Read Moesha’s full post below:
Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Information gathered by Nkonkonsa.com indicates that the father of Shatta Bandle is dead.

Ghanaian social media sensation, Shatta Bandle, known in private life as Firdaus Idrissu, has reportedly lost his father.

The diminutive social media star confirmed the news in a Snapchat post.

Shatta Bandle’s father who is known as Alhaji Idrissu is reported to have passed away today, Monday, 20 July 2020.

Details about the passing away of Alhaji Idrissu are scanty at the moment but Bandle has confirmed the news on his Snapchat.

However, the caused of his death is not yet known. All efforts made to ascertain details proven futile.

Shatta Bundle’s father

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Member of Parliament for the Awutu Senya East Constituency Hawa Koomson has admitted to firing a gun at a voters’ registration centre in the constituency.

According to the Special Development Initiatives Minister, she took the firearm – which she refused to identify – to the registration centre to protect herself.

‘None of my men had guns on then when we got to the centre. I fired the shots myself,’ she said on Adom News.

Earlier Monday, officials of the Electoral Commission closed down the Step to Christ registration center in the Awutu Senya East constituency after gun-wielding men stormed the premises.

Eyewitnesses say, the men numbering at least 15 arrived at the centre around 8 am and tried to sack some prospective voters.

Parliamentary Candidate on the ticket of the NDC Naa Koryoo Okunor accused the sitting MP of perpetuating the act.

Although Miss Hawa Koomson admitted to the act, she denied allegations that the men she visited the center with were armed.

‘I’m a Member of Parliament, I need to protect myself. It was at dawn, my police escort had not started work yet. So that is a mechanism I have adopted in his absence,’ she said.

She further explained that she went to the location because she heard her opponent had bused people from other places to the registration centre.

Meanwhile, police say four persons have been arrested in connection with the incident.

Source: Myjoyonline.com


Award-winning music artist, Mr. Eazi is launching a fund that will invest in Africa’s stars of the future.

Mr. Eazi, (real name Oluwatosin Ajibade) told CNN that the Africa Music Fund (AMF), is worth $20 million dollars. The lead investor is 88mph, a company that provides capital for African businesses.

Through the AMF, the 29-year-old artist from Nigeria says he wants to create a new funding model for the music business on the continent.

Mr. Eazi says one of his primary motivations for funding music is to provide financial support for artists to expand their catalog.

Many investors and financial institutions don’t understand the business of music and as a result, are unable to properly fund musicians, he says.

“Artists cannot go to banks to get money for their music because financial institutions don’t understand how to secure intellectual property. They get it for physical properties but not for music. So, because not a lot of people understand the music business, there is no finance product for musicians,” he explained.

Investing in music acts

Selected artists will be given funding depending on their revenue and projected incomes, using metrics such as streaming revenue, Mr. Eazi told CNN.

“For artists who already have footprints in the industry, we will just do our research. We can check how much they are earning or likely to earn from their streaming revenue, for example,” he explained.

Artists will be given funds upfront based on their revenue to expand their music content. The initial advance invested in an artist’s music will be paid back in installments as the artist’s earnings start to rise, he added.

Mr. Eazi, who has more than five million monthly listeners on Spotify says the AMF will also create access to a larger audience for music acts by helping them find and book shows as well as distribute their music.

“Let’s say we have a two-year contract with someone. In those two years, we will be their representative, helping them manage their music, and as they grow we will be deducting the initial investment from their earnings,” he explained.

Data backed decisions

Mr. Eazi says his parent company emPawa Africa in partnership with music technology company Vydia will be launching Cinch Distro, a music distribution platform for new artists.

“The way it works is that they register on the platform and make their music. It has an AI-based tech that will filter their possible revenue based on the number of streams they get on the platform alongside a couple of other metrics,” he said.

“The artists basically use the platform to distribute their music and we monitor their progress. That way we can make data-backed decisions about who to invest in,” he added.

The AMF is not Mr. Eazi’s first venture into investing in music and musicians on the continent.

In 2018, he launched emPawa Africa, an incubator program that provided artists with funding and resources to market their music, access radio and TV airplay, and train them to become independent music entrepreneurs.

Through emPawa, some of the continent’s biggest artists like Nigeria’s Joeboy and Ghana’s Kwesi Arthur were discovered.

Data and transparency

Music analyst, Toye Sokunbi says the AMF fund will benefit Africa’s creative sector as it will open more doors for music talents on the continent.

Sokunbi, who is also the founder of Artish, a pop-culture publication in Nigeria, says there may be concerns about how the data on each artist is compiled and used and warns artists to be vigilant.

“Many artists don’t have the same accessibility to important data that music distributors have about their music. They don’t necessarily tell you the exact way they are marketing your music or give artists access to data they can use to maximize revenue for their content. This information imbalance means artists are largely oblivious of much of the audience data farmed from their content,” he told CNN.

According to him, it is important for artists to have access to their own data from the backend so that they can build their own music communities and become less dependent on distribution companies.

However, Mr. Eazi says all artists he funds will have access to information about their content and earning in real-time. “With our tech platform you can see how much you earn in real-time, you can also see how much you owe and how that is being deducted,” he said.

Additionally, Mr. Eazi says he wants to contribute to creating a music industry where Africans are the owners of their own content and intellectual property.

The biggest players in the African music industry are not from Africa, he said. As a result, he wants to create a space for music stars on the continent to become a significant part of the industry.

“I want to look back and be fulfilled knowing that I contributed to getting African equity participation in the music infrastructure that has been built on the continent.”