The late Ebony Reigns’ manager, Bullet, has said Shatta Wale needs “help” and “prayers”.

Bullet’s comments came after Shatta Wale attacked him during an interview on Entertainment Review on Peace FMon Saturday.

“This is someone who claims to be from the ghetto. Is that how to talk? His speech should inspire people to want to be great. This is someone who insults pastors. He needs prayers, he needs help,” an obviously angry Bullet said.

On Friday, March 16, 2018, Shatta Wale insulted Bullet, accusing him of being the likely source of rumours that he (Wale) wanted to be paid before performing at the late Ebony’s tribute concert.

He questioned the reports via a post on Facebook post, saying, “How can I charge to go and perform at a funeral … Where is the happiness and enjoyment at the particular place and time… Bullet if you are the one spreading rumors like this which I kno u can ….then u fool waaa this Friday…This is not the first time I am hearing this form your camp .. Zylofon is my pride if you know like go burn the sea.”

Even though Bullet later clarified in a series of interviews that Shatta Wale wasn’t the one making the demand as many Ghanaians believed, the ‘Freedom’ hitmaker still went ahead and called him a fool.

Shatta Wale further called into Peace FM’s Entertainment Review on Saturday to throw jabs at Bullet and also described the upcoming Ebony tribute concert as useless.

This infuriated  Bullet, who reacted by saying he feels sad for Shatta Wale and asked Ghanaians to pray for him because as he’s “not correct” in the head.


R&B singer Fianko Bossman, popularly known as Chase Forever, has taken a swipe at Counsellor George Lutterodt over his consistent emotional abuse and attacks on women.

The counsellor, he undercsored, does not deserve the platforms and attention given to him by the Ghanaian media because he does not use it “wisely”.

He explained that counsellors are professionals who give guidance on personal or psychological problems but “this counsellor most often finds joy in abusing people, especially women” when he gets the chance to sit on TV and radio.

“Any man who mentally, emotionally or physically abuses women doesn’t deserve media clout,” he told News One on Sunday.

Many people have, on several occasions, condemned Counsellor Lutterodt’s degrading comments about women on TV, radio and other platforms.

His latest rant occurred at the studios of TV Africa, where he reportedly described celebrated actress Yvonne Nelson as a “born-one, shameful ashawo who has no iota of disgrace to shut up about her adulterous life of having a daughter out of wedlock.”

The comment infuriated a lot of Ghanaians, including actors, who took to social media to lambast him.

According to Chase Forever, the likes of Lutterodt would never have been given the opportunity to sit on radio or TV to denigrate women in the past, let alone given the platforms.

He also took to social media over the weekend and promised to give $200 to any Ghanaian who can shut Counsellor Lutterodt up with a ‘dirty’ slap.

In a video on his Instagram page, the musician said, “This guy sits on TV and degrades a woman that’s carried a baby for 9-months and nobody says anything about it. It breaks my heart, so I have $200 dollars for anyone that can slap Counsellor Lutterodt and send me a video.”


Actress Kafui Danku has urged women never to consider abortion as their solution to pregnancies that occur out of wedlock.

She advised they should feel free and have their babies without fear of being judged by people who “claim high moral grounds” in society.

Judgement, she opined, is exclusively preserved for God and not any other human being.

The beautiful actress stated that women who give birth out of wedlock should, therefore, let God be their ultimate judge.

Kafui was speaking through her new book, ‘Silence Is Not Golden’, which was launched at the Unique Floral Centre at Trade Fair in Accra on Sunday.

“Before tying the nuptial knot, I was intimate with him (husband) and got pregnant – something we never felt bad about. The news of my pregnancy was welcomed and greeted with joy and celebration. It is quite unfortunate when some people claim high the moral ground in condemning those who conceive before wedlock. If the Creator’s injunction in the Good Book against judging others is anything to go by, then I think we all must learn that judgement is God’s exclusive preserve,” Kafui revealed in her book.

“There are great people the world over today who were born out outside of wedlock and there are miserable people today who were born to parents who married as virgins. Definitions, determinations and the future belong to God. It is an act of wisdom to desist from defining people based on what you see about them today,” she added.

According to her, if there is any woman out there who did abortion because of wedlock, she should seek God’s forgiveness and should never repeat that.

‘Silence Is Not Golden’ was launched on Sunday, with a call on women to speak up in society. The book covers Kafui’s many years of painful experiences written to inspire and encourage others. It also echoes the often-overlooked cry of many women, capturing the frustrations of her friends and their families.

The book is coming at a time when Counsellor George Lutterodt is verbally abusing some women in the showbiz industry for their decision to have babies out of wedlock.

“My main objective for doing this work is to launch a crusade for the woman who is yet to hear the first cry of her baby,” Kafui said in the introductory part of the book.

Sunday’s launch was attended by a number of dignitaries and showbiz personalities such as Nana Ama McBrown, Inna Patty, DKB, Stonebwoy, among others, with Kafui Dey as the MC.


Ghanaian movie personality, Chris Attoh has shared a photograph hanging out with famous American movie and music superstar 50cent.

The movie star shared the photo on his Instagram account just some few hours ago.

In a post the movie icon expressed gratitude for the love shown him by 50cent when they were on set together.

The movie stars post read “Thank you at 50 cent for all the Love. It’s a wrap for a bit out here!!! Next stop, Washington DC”


Highlife is a music genre that originated in Ghana. It uses the melodic and main rhythmic structure of traditional Akan music, but is played with Western instruments.

In recent times, many pundits have expound that any musician who cannot play live are not greats and this has compelled many young musicians to reconsider their acts and start collaborating with bands and band groups alike.

It is evident thus far that, there have been numerous performance locations through the country. There are regional cultural centers, which serve as the hub of neo-traditional activities.

Major hotels and pubs provide spaces for small combo bands to perform at Friday nights and the weekends. A tap on the shoulders of the brains behind Abrantie Spot, +233 Bar & Grill, Pianobar, Fridays, Chez Afrique, Kiki bees, Carbon, Republic bar in Accra, Echoes Valley, +2 Pub & Kitchen in Kumasi. Hans Cottage in Cape Coast, Gold Spot in Takoradi etc.

These bands including the Patchbay, Ohia beye ya, The Character, Kente band, Asa band, Palmwine Ensemble, Safoa band, Dela  Botri and Hewale band, Abizaa Band, Deep Wave and others provide us with great entertainment as the repertoire cut across different genres but try to maintain the organic nature of our highlife music.

However most of these bands and groups have started their own projects similar to major artiste and labels but have been adequately promoted to help open multiple streams of income to improve their sets, they have backed, supported, played and toured with almost every artistes in the country so deserve a lot more encouragement, opportunities and promotion across all the media channels including radio.

Radio is the oldest and most important medium to spread music. Bands today still rely on the radio to support their music so people will want to but into their vision.

People listen to music for a variety of reasons. Some listen to music to relax in which it serves as a sort of escape from everyday life, some because they are a fan and follow a certain artist, and others because they can relate the lyrics to their own personal experiences. Whichever the case may be, music has and continues to serve an important role in people’s lives.

Okay FM and it’s partners have started a new program dubbed “Wednesday Live’ as a one stop shop experinec for all music lovers and the world, the big idea of Wednesday live on 101.7 fm is to promote bands and groups as they are left out in the promotion of organic and authentic music on radio, encourage more young students to study music and foster collaboration between music artiste and band groups.


Actress Emelia Brobbey is not happy about reports that she has snatched the husband of a young lady in U.K. reported days back that the Kumawood actress has “‘stolen’ the husband of a young lady who resides in the United Kingdom and the issue has caused a stir on Instagram. According to an Instagram page known as ‘Thosecalledcelebs’, the actress is noted to have snatched the married man from a lady who is believed to have children with the man.”

But the top actress reacting to the allegation in an interview with said the publication is false.

Emelia who did not sound happy about the story told this website that she knows nothing about the claim so she is very sure that it is a plot to tarnish her image.

The actress cum movie producer dared any lady who has facts that she, Emelia Brobbey has come for her husband to come out and shame her.

Sometime last year, the actress went on an international premiering tour with her self-produced movie, ‘Adanfo Bone’.

Apart from acting, Emelia Brobbey, a mother of two, is noted for her entrepreneurial strength. She has a mineral water company known as ‘Start’ mineral water.



Actress Emelia Brobbey has been accused of snatching a UK based woman’s husband.

According to Instagram page known as ‘Thosecalledcelebs’, the actress is noted to have snatched the married man from a lady who is believed to have children with the man.

Sometime last year, the actress went on an international premiering tour with movie, ‘Adanfo Bone’. Apart from acting, Emelia Brobbey, a mother of two, is noted for her entrepreneurial strength. She has a mineral water company known as ‘Start’ mineral water.

Emelia has been accused of snatching other women’s husband on several occasions in the past but she denies it, any time such allegations come up.



The Omanhene of Japekrom traditional area of the Brong Ahafo Region, Okatakyie Amoa Aturu Nkonkonkyia (ii) at a press conference in Accra today expressed worry about the misrepresentation of Japekrom as Drobo.

According to the President of the Japekrom traditional council, the geographical location of the Capital of the Jaman South District/Municipal Assembly is Japekrom. And added the lands on which the Drobo residents are occupying is all for the people of Japekrom which court judgement has vindicated them.

He added, many individuals deal directly with Drobo Traditional council on matters regarding the Japekrom stool Lands which is not right.

He however,stressed that from hence fourth Japekrom should be treated as such with the recognition. This follows calls by  the Drobo traditional Council recently.


Popular Youtube entertainment programme, Celebrity Ride With Zionfelix will start showing on Angel TV soon.

The weekly program premieres this Saturday, March 10 on Angel TV and it will be shown each Saturday at the same time.

On ‘Celebrity Ride With Zionfelix’, the blogger and on-air personality hosts top Ghanaian stars for an executive drive around town. The 30-minute program will see the two; host and celebrity guest engage in an interesting chat among other fun activities on the road to entertain viewers.

The new intriguing ‘Celebrity Ride With Zionfelix’ show premiering on the Angel Group of Companies-owned TV station will hosts several top Ghanaian entertainers.

Renowned Ghanaian entertainment personalities who have appeared on the carpool show include Vivian Jill Lawrence, Efya, Bill Asamoah, James Gardiner, Obaapa Christy, Kuami Eugene, Joe Mettle, Kwaku Manu, Papa Kumasi, Tracey Boakye, Moesha Buodong, Piesie Esther, Mzbel, Dblack, D.cryme and many others.

The host, Zionfelix known in private life as Adomako Felix is a vivacious and hardworking, award-winning blogger and radio personality.


The Family of the late Dancehall Artiste, Ebony Reigns, has expressed gratitude to Rev. Dr Lawrence Tetteh, a Renowned International Evangelist, for his support to the family since the death of their daughter.

Nana Opoku Kwarteng, the Father of the late Singer, said the family was indeed humbled by the numerous gestures of love, spiritual guidance and immense support Rev. Dr Tetteh had shown the family.

He said this at a news conference in Accra to announce the final funeral rites for the late songstress.

The final funeral rites have been scheduled to take place on March 24 at the forecourt of the State House and interment at the Osu Cemetery.

Ebony Reigns, before her demise, shared a heart-warming picture with Rev. Dr Lawrence Tetteh on social media.

The songstress, who posted the photo on her Instagram page, captioned it; “I enjoyed our meeting today Daddy,” which means that Rev. Dr Tetteh was her ‘Spiritual Father’.

Speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Rev. Dr Tetteh said he was consoled for the fact that he led her to Lord and led her to accept Him as her personal saviour before her untimely death.

Mr Bice Osei Kuffor (Obour), the President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), expressed appreciation to Rev. Dr Tetteh for his support saying; “This tells us that in times of trouble we know who to call on.”

Born on February 16, 1997, Ebony Reigns, known in private life as Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, died in an accident on Thursday, February 8, on the Sunyani-Kumasi stretch, at age 20.

Her death shook the nation with tributes pouring in from politicians, academia, the showbiz fraternity and well-wishers. Some of her colleagues have also released songs in her honour.

In the two years that she spent in the music industry, she won the heart of many Ghanaians releasing hit songs like: Aseda, Maame Hwe, Hustle, Sponsor, Date Your Father, Dancefloor and Kupe.