KWAW KESE’S NEWBORN BABY DIES

Rapper Kwaw Kese and his family are going through trial moments right now, as death lays its icy hand on the newest member of his family

Nkonkonsa.com has exclusive information that Kwaw Kese’s wife Nana Pokuah delivered a baby boy but unfortunately, the baby couldn’t stay alive for even a week.

According to a reliable source close to the “Abodam” Rapper, his wife delivered successfully on Thursday June 28, 2018 at private health facility in Accra but there were some complications with some parts of baby’s body including the baby’s heart, his breath among other complication.

Kwaw Kese’s wife and the baby were both transferred to the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital on Friday June 29 2018 but after several days and hours of trying save the baby’s life, the newborn bay died today Monday July 2, 2018.

Kwaw Kese had a daughter and his wife Pokuah also had a son before they got married in 2016 and they have been blessed with a daughter as a couple.

Kwaw Kese aka Abodam and his wife welcomed a baby girl into their family on Wednesday September 28, 2016 but unfortunately their second born couldn’t live long enough to meet the family.

Kwaw Kese’s Manager Kevin Aggrey has confirmed the sad incident to Nkonkonsa.com and according to him the baby’s mother is healthy and their families are right by her side.

Source: NKONKONSA.COM

PATAPAA DOES NOT MAKE MUSIC IT’S JUST NOISE – Kuami Eugene

Highlife/Hiplife artiste, Kuame Eugene has said he will never collaborate with the most talked about artiste of the Patapaa because he does not produce music but produces only noise.

According to him, Patapaa has already established contact with him but he has declined to feature him because he does not like his style of music.

“He wants me for a feature and I said I’m not ready…Patapaa’s kind of songs are just not me. He makes too much noise.”

The Lynx Entertainment artiste has released a new song “wish me well” which urges Ghanaians to stop criticising him but support him.

MY FRIENDS ABANDONED ME WHEN I NEEDED THEM – Moesha

Actress Moesha Buodong has disclosed that people she thought were her friends neglected her, when she needed them.

The curvacious actress became the toast of social media and the Ghanaian society after her interview with CNN’S Christiane Amanpour was released.

In the interview Moesha said in Ghana, women sleep with married men to make a living due to hard economic conditions. This statement did not go down well with the Ghanaian population, women to be precise.

Moesha has since been insulted and abused verbally on social media.

Through her tough times, Moesha has revealed to SVTV Africa that her friends abandoned her and left her to the mercy of insults.

According to the beautiful actress, the people she least expected were the ones who encouraged her and gave shoulders to cry on.

“Nana Aba Anamoah, GH One’s Serwaa Amihere and Mimi were some of the very few who called me and spoke to me, encouraging me to be bold and confident,” Moesha said

When asked why her friends “abandoned” her Moesha explained that she has never had loyal friends and most of her friends are “party friends” who leave when crisis occurs.

“I used to have a lot of friends but as I started growing up I’ve started cutting them off.” the Instagram goddess told SVTV Africa.

HUNDREDS DONATE BLOOD AT TV AFRICA

TV Africa’s blood donation drive was a success as many trooped in to support the worthy curse last weekend.

The event saw a lot of voluntary donors in attendance to support the station aid the Ghana national blood service with the blood supply in the country.

Speaking to TV Africa News, the donors expressed joy for participating in the exercise and the fact that it’s an opportunity for them to help save lives whiles others also said they joined the donation as a sign of loyalty to TV Africa.

It was not just about donating, patrons had the opportunity to check for their hemoglobin test, blood pressure, among others.

The donors also were thrilled with musical performances from some artists and were fully refreshed with products from cowbell, Ghandour and other partners.

Veronica Ofosuhemaa Owusu-Ansah, Head of Media and brands for TV Africa, disclosed that a blood donation is a charitable event TV Africa is embarking on as part of its corporate social responsibility to give back to society. She added that the exercise is also part of the company’s positioning strategies.

Some celebrities that passed through were Niikki, Khadijat from the breakfast live show, Classy Judy of Odo confession fame, Sika, Shirley FRIMPONG MANSO, and a host of others. There was a network session for the donors, presenters, and stakeholders of TV Africa as well.

I DON’T NEED A MAN TO FEED ME – Yvonne Nelson

Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, has disclosed that she would never be in a relationship with a man for financial benefits.

According to the actress, dating a man for financial gains will reduce the respect he has for the woman.

She stated that never has she, in her lifetime, ever dated a man due to his wealth hence his love with Jamie has been nothing but pure.

Yvonne explained further that if it were for riches, there were a lot of men ready to tie her down but unfortunately, money has always been out of the equation for her.

“If it were a wealthy or richer man, it’s easy for some of us but it’s not about that. Why do I have to work hard? I would work hard and look for a man with money. I don’t need a man to feed me and pay my bills every day…” she said on Joy FM’s “Personality Profile” with Sammy Forson on Thursday.

She stressed that her current relationship with her baby father, Jamie, has been nothing but true love.

“With Jamie, it’s been, pure love. Don’t date people because of money. He might not even respect you and you can’t question them. They pay your bills and you shut up…” she said.

Source: Adomonline.com

I WILL CHOOSE MY HUSBAND AGAIN – Kalsoum Sinare

Actress Kalsoum Sinare Baffour has described her 24 years of marriage to football star Tony Baffour as a successful bliss.

“I have always looked up to and thanked God for what I have. My husband understood what I am doing now even before we got to know each other, she told Joy News’ MzGee.

Mrs Sinare Baffour insisted that given the chance to do it all over again, she will still choose her husband and the life she is living with no regrets.

According to her, all the years that they have been married, her husband has been a great pillar for her as he has become more appreciative and “understand what I am passionate about.”

The thespian, who met her husband while shooting her first movie ‘Out of Sight, Out of Love’, said their understanding of what each of them does in contributing to run their home successful has been their secret.

Mrs Sinare Baffour, who recently ventured into movie production, revealed that it is a plus to her craft. The former beauty queen maintained that her decision to produce movies was conceived from her desire to be an active participant in the movie industry.

“I have shot some few movies in the past. I have also produced another one titled ‘Silence’. It is great, I am an actress and I will love to be in this creative industry for a long time,” she stated.

SEX FOR ROLES IS A PERSONAL DECISION – Akorfa Edjeani Asiedu

Veteran actress Akorfa Edjeani Asiedu has stated that the Ghana Film Act, which was passed in 2016, can’t protect upcoming actresses from sleeping with movie directors and producers for movie roles.

She stated that sleeping with producers or directors is a personal decision and the law has no control over it.

Akorfa, who was speaking at a film stakeholders’ advocacy meeting in Accra as part of activities to get government to operationalise the Ghana Film Act, indicated that it is only in the case of rape, which borders on criminality that the laws of the Ghana can take effect.

“With the issue of directors and producers taking advantage of actresses, I don’t think anybody can force you in that sense. It is an individual thing and a personal decision to allow a producer or director to take advantage of you. The authority on the Film Act cannot deal with that per se. It is an individual thing or decision that a female film stakeholder has to take a stand not to be taken advantage of,” she added.

The Film Law, which provides guidelines to how the film industry should be regulated among others, was passed by ex-President John Mahama months before he handed over to President Akufo-Addo. But the law is not operationalised yet.

A number of associations in the Ghanaian filmmaking industry have started advocacy programmes to get stakeholders to co-operate with the current government to help put measures in place to make the law work.

The associations spearheading the advocacy programmes are the Ghana Actors Guild, Film Crew Association, Women In Film & Television, Film Producers Association of Ghana, Film Marketers Association, among others.

The group’s advocacy programme had the various heads of associations declare open support to help operationalise the law.

David Dontoh, Oscar Provencal, Ken Fiati, Akorfa Edjeani Asiedu and others were present at the programme.

“I LIKE CONTROVERSIES” – Delay Admits

Television personality, Delay has said that her success in the creative arts industry is owed to the fact that she does not make negativity get to her.

In her opening remarks during Sunday’s show where she interviewed Highlife artiste, Kumi Guitar, Delay, as she is popularly known, made it clear, she is used to insults and is not scared by any controversies.

“As for hearsay, bloggers putting out negative stories, the insults etc, I am used to it. The reason is that, it comes with the job I do, controversy is in the nature of creativity, if it matters, it will generate controversies.

“And I like controversies because, the more controversial it gets, the more interesting it gets, I am not scared of controversies at all. Sister Afia Delay, I have the courage to face it and I’m swift enough to go through them as well,” she said.

It’s no surprise for Delay to say this because she’s one personality who has endured a lot of negativity in our showbiz industry.

She has seen it all; from criticisms about her shows, public breakups with her friends (Afia Schwarzenegger, Tornado, Vicky Zugah), insults and accusations from guests to other controversies but according to her she is unmoved by it all.

Source: ghbase.com

WIZKID TO PERFORM AT 2018 WORLD CUP OPENING CEREMONY

Nigerian superstar Singer Wizkid has reportedly been named as one of the performing acts at the opening ceremony of the 2018 FIFA World Cup which is scheduled for today, Thursday, June 14th, 2018; in Russia.

The report has it that the Star boy would be performing alongside other International music acts like Will Smith, Nicky Jam and Era Istrefi, who will be performing the official World Cup theme song.

MCBROWN BEGS ANAS TO INVESTIGATE CREATIVE ACTS INDUSTRY

Actress Nana Ama McBrown has pleaded with Anas Aremeyaw Anas to extend his undercover services to the creative arts industry.

She said although his recent exposé was based mainly on Ghana’s football, she has a lot of reason to believe such corrupt activities happen in the entertainment industry too.

Speaking to Adom FM’s presenter, Afia Pokua, at last Wednesday’s premiere of the ‘Number 12’ documentary, she said, “I don’t think it’s with only football, it’s with the entertainment industry too. He should check there too…”

Nana Ama further advised various institutions and industry players to desist from engaging in corrupt activities that might hinder their careers.

She was among some 60 showbiz personalities who, NEWS-ONE gathered, received invitations to be part of Wednesday’s premiere.

A large number of Ghanaians, including sports and political enthusiasts, defied Wednesday’s rains in Accra to watch the much-talked-about video premiere of Anas’ investigative work.