Baby Mama of Shatta Wale, Michy has advised young ladies to never move in with a man without the blessings of their parents.

Currently, there is a worrying trend of women moving in to stay with their boyfriends although they are not married.

This worrying trend has left a number of ladies being ‘used and dumped’ by these men who have already had their way with them.

Speaking to Emelia Brobbey in an interview, Michy indicated that her mother was against her joining Shatta Wale and his showbiz but as a young girl, she wanted to explore hence her decision to join the musician.

She advised that as a young lady, it’s always imperative to ensure that your parents bless you before you move out because that blessing will lead your path to greatness.

“I will want to advise every young lady out there that it’s important to receive the blessings of your parents especially your mother before you leave your house for any man’s house or into any relationship,” she said in the interview.



Members of Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today, September 9, 2020, demanded an explanation as to why Exim Bank reportedly paid a whopping sum of ¢2 million to dancehall artiste Shatta Wale and others to act as brand ambassadors.

Honorable Ras Mubarak, who is a member of the Committee indicated that he was at a loss as to why such an amount would go to such individuals just to promote goods made in Ghana.

He added that he was seeking clarity on the matter because the ordinary Ghanaian had every right to know what the money was used for.
Ras Mubarak stated categorically that he did not have a problem with Shatta Wale being given a contract but was only interested in how the whole process was handled.
The Member of Parliament’s concerns follows reports that the state-owned financial institution doled out GHC2m to Shatta Wale and Agya Koo who were to serve as brand ambassadors.

“I mentioned GHC2 million that went to Shatta Wale but the Deputy CEO says they wouldn’t know who the vendor selected and this is not to say that we have a problem with Shatta Wale getting some amount of money to do whatever work.”

In his response to the matter at hand at the PAC meeting, the Deputy CEO with oversight of the Finance and Administration Division, Kwame Adu-Darkwa said the bank only engaged the services of a media consultant to support them in promoting their product since it was necessary at the time.

He, however, insisted that he did not sign any cheque of GH¢2 million for any artiste.

However, Ras Mubarak, still trying to make his point, indicated that the money could have been invested in provision of water and other basic amenities for rural communities.

He added that Shata Wale, compared to other artistes, did not deserve the GH¢2 million given to him.

Chairman of PAC, James Klutse Avedzi said the Committee will invite officials of the bank to present details of the said payments to Shatta Wale and others.


I AM STILL LEGALLY MARRIED TO JOYCE BLESSING – Dave Joy Speaks Following Wife’s Accusations

Dave Joy, the former manager of award-winning gospel artiste, Joyce Blessing, has said that he is still married to the singer contrary to widespread rumors that they were divorcing.

While speaking in an interview with Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM, Dave Joy stated that so far as he is concerned, Joyce Blessing is still his wife.

Their marriage, according to him, had not been annulled by any court of law of relative. He added that since no lawyer had served him with divorce papers nor had the singer’s family returned any drinks to him as is custom, he is still a married man.

Dave Joy indicated that the divorce rumors were being spread by the singer and that he had no hand or knowledge about it.

He said that to this effect, he was and still had control and a say on anything that was for his wife.

“Joyce Blessing is still my wife,”. There are no divorce papers, no family member has presented any drinks to annul the union,” he explained.

The singer, in a recent report, indicated that she was suffering sabotage from her husband who was thwarting her efforts to get her career back on track.

According to her, Dave Joy and one Julie Jay, had taken her access to all her social media handles and were posting things on there as if she was the one making the posts.

Joyce Blessing added that Dave Joy had reported her new social media pages and this has made it difficult for her to get her career to run smoothly.

The singer said she had held a number of virtual concerts but due to the sabotage, she is unable to post them on her social media handles.

She said posting them was difficult because before she decides to post, Dave Joy would post the same content on her old social media handle, therefore, posting it would amount to c copyright infringement.

Joyce Blessing has urged all her teeming fans and followers to like and subscribe to her new social media handles.



Actress and Television personality, Efia Odo, has advised Ghanaians against sending their sick relations to Pastors in order to heal them.

According to her, Pastors have no healing powers and it will be absurd for any individual to think that they will be healed when they are sent to a Pastor.

The actress is educating her followers on Twitter because a woman in her community who could have been saved if her family had sent her to the hospital had died.

She said “PASTORS ARE NOT DOCTORS! If you or someone in your family falls sick, DO NOT TAKE THEM TO A PASTOR BECAUSE THEY DO NOT HAVE THE CAPACITY TO “HEAL”. Pastors can not heal because they are humans with no super natural powers. A woman in my hood just died due to negligence”.

Checkout her tweet:



Ghana’s Dancehall King Shatta Wale has warned all political parties no to use his images for campaign as the 2020 December general elections draws closer.

Shatta Wale who performed on NDC platforms during the 2016 elections, said no one should use his picture or brand on any political campaign or platform.

Shatta Wale is perceived to be a strong NDC supporter because of his dad’s affiliation with the party and also someone sitting president Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo loves hence it looks like Shatta is stuck in the middle.

According to the “Freedom” hit maker, him and his Shatta Movement are ready to work with any president Ghanaians elect.

“Moving forward one should use my picture or my brand on any political campaign or platforms .

Myself and my loyal fans will support and coperate with any person who Ghanaians elect as their president..”, Shatta tweeted.



The lawyer for musician Mzbel says his client is yet to be charged after she was arrested and granted bail on Monday.

According to Lawyer James Appiah Duker, his client was only asked to report to the Police today.

He added that the Police had asked her to come without her lawyer.

“She is in good mood, I have spoken to her this morning and she has been asked to come back to the Police at 12 O’clock this afternoon and hopefully, she is going to be there with one of her lawyers. The Police have themselves indicated that they didn’t even want the lawyers to be there but…,” Lawyer Duker said in an interview on Joy FM.Mzbel, known in her private life as Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah was arrested by the Greater Accra Regional Police Command on Monday.

According to the Police Public Relations Officer of CID, DSP Juliana Obeng, the musician was cautioned under Section 208 of the Criminal Code (Publication of false news with intent to cause fear and alarm to the Public).

Explaining the circumstances leading to the arrest in an interview on Adom FM, DSP Obeng said it relates to a petition filed at the CID by television personality Stacey Amoateng after Mzbel reportedly said in a radio broadcast that she (Stacey) was HIV positive.

DSP Obeng added that Mzbel reported to the Police on her own volition before she was later arrested.


Multiple award-winning singer and Man of God, Sonnie Badu, has chalked 6 years in marriage and has celebrated the day with a throwback photo.

The “Baba” singer, in a post sighted by, took to his Instagram page to share a photo with a lovely caption.

He posted a photo from his wedding day six years ago which featured his wife in her wedding gown, John Dumelo and former head coach of Ghana’s national team, Kwesi Appiah and a fourth man.

All the men in the picture wore suits while the singer’s wife and a young lady who appeared to be the daughter of the Baba singer, Shadine glowed in white gowns.

They all appeared very happy as they beamed with smiles after witnessing the plush wedding which took place in Europe.

Sonnie Badu captioned the wedding photo: “It’s year number 6 today and counting. What a blessing it has been and I pray for many more years. I love you .. #Happy6thAnniversary. God has got us … #AnnieaBadu“

Many fans and followers of the Wonder God singer took to the comment section to congratulate the pastor and his faithful wife over their anniversary.

Sonnie Badu is known as the head pastor of Rockhill Church – a church he established in America. He is also regarded as a philanthropist, businessman, motivational speaker, and author.

He married his beautiful wife, Ann-marie at a ceremony at Trafalgar Square in London on August 23, 2014.



Ace actor, Clement Bonney, known in the entertainment industry as “Mr Beautiful,” has attributed the dormancy of the country’s creative arts industry to the vindictiveness of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).

“I blame the NPP government for gradually collapsing the once buoyant creative arts industry due to the vindictiveness and blatant disregard for competency for political parochial interest,” he said.

Speaking in an interview with the media in Cape Coast on Saturday, the prolific actor who is a staunch member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) said the vindictiveness of the NPP government to get back at its political opponents for no reasons had “killed” the sector.

According to the Ama Ghana movie producer, democracy was about choices but not enmity and personal vendetta, therefore, the NPP must be tolerant to accommodate dissenting views, stop bastardising innocent Ghanaians for exhibiting their constitutional mandate and fundamental rights to join any association.

He denied rumours that he had stopped acting as his career had been wrecked by his open support for former President Mahama and the NDC in the 2012 and 2016 elections, stating emphatically that he was working tirelessly behind the scenes for the NDC.

He added that the creative arts industry collapsed “anytime NPP is in power, the sector wabbles in dormancy with dire socio-economic, cultural, ethnic and political consequences to the citizenry.”

However, he hailed the NDC government saying all major administrative policies, programmes and infrastructural interventions of the sector, were spearheaded by the party.

According to him, the NDC remained the only party with well thought-out visionary goals to transform the creative arts sector with its array of dedicated and selfless leaders capable of also saving the country’s wobbling economy from abyss and “misrule” by the governing NPP.

Buttressing his views, he mentioned the enactment of the Copywrite Act in May, 2005 which replaced Act 110 (1985), affording protection to a variety of works, granted Copyright holders rights to their work and defined the duration of that Copyright protection to safeguard the interest of players in the creative arts industry.

Others were the construction of the the National Theatre which was opened in 1992 to spearhead the Theatre movement in Ghana by providing a multi-functional venue for concerts, dance, drama and musical performances, screen plays, exhibitions and special events.

He added that the theatre was governed by the National Theatre Law 1991, PNDC Law 259 and houses three resident companies – National Dance Company, National Symphony Orchestra, and the National Theatre Players.

Mr. Beautiful downplayed the impact of the Creative Arts Council (CAC), saying it was a fallacy since it had added nothing of value to the industry.

He stated that in 2012, the NDC government gave the creative arts sector GHc2,000,000.00 and I know Obour (former MUSIGA President) could speak on this matter, but cannot because of His Party affiliation.

“Former President Mahama provided foodstuffs to our aged musicians and entertainers and I have always asked why he doesn’t make it public, but he tells me that he is not doing it for man but for God,” he said.

He mentioned major beneficiaries including the late CK Mann, Paapa Yankson, Super OD, Ewurama Badu, Bob Okala and Ataa Mensah, Paa George and Obuoba J.A Adofo among others.

Source: GNA


Dancehall star Livingstone Etse Satekla, famed as Stonebwoy, has officially addressed the issue that involved him and Sarkodie’s manager, Angeltown.

In a self-recorded video sighted by, Stonebwoy indicated that there was indeed a little misunderstanding between himself and Sarkodie’s management.

He went on to render an apology to Angeltown and extended his apologies to Sarkodie following the issue that took place at the Independence Square in Accra.

While addressing the issue, Stonebwoy stated emphatically that there was no pulling of any weapon of any kind be it a gun or knife.

He urged his teeming fans and followers to ignore all the news going round about the incident and not also get alarmed by it since the matter had been settled amicably.

Following his apology, Stonebwoy called on all music lovers to catch Sarkodie’s Black Love Concert which is slated for August 16.

He also indicated that he and his BHIM Nation camp had a lot planned for his fans and asked bee to be in expectant moods.

Some days ago, reports were rife that Stonebwoy and Angelitown had engaged in some sort of scuffle following a misunderstanding during a recording session of Sark’s upcoming concert.



Credible information reaching indicates that Livingstone Etse Satekla, famed as Stonebwoy, has engaged in a confrontation with Angeltown, Rapper Sarkodie’s manager.

Eyewitness account has it that Stonebwoy was attending Rapper Sarkodie’s Black Love Virtual concert at the Independence Square when the incident occurred.

The story has it that upon Stonebwoy was told to come to the venue for the concert at 9am on Monday August 10. He and his team arrived on time but waited for several hours without any information from Sarkodie and his team.

Stonebowy’s who was obviously tired of waiting asked one of his team members to find out what was happening and Sarkodie’s manager Angel came out to explain the situation to Stonebwoy and it turned in a heated argument between Stonebwoy and Angel.

The altercation escalated quickly and saw Stonebwoy allegedly punching Angeltown in the face and Stonebwoy furiously left the venue refusing to perform at the virtual concert after the heated argument.

The “Top Skanker” hit maker is currently in Togo shooting the video for his trending “Putuu” song with Togolease soccer star Adebayor.

Some videos and photos of Angeltown at the Salem Eye Clinic in Tema are testaments of the bust-up that occurred earlier.

It can, therefore, be confirmed that Stonebwoy and Angeltown were involved in some form of a fracas that led to the eye injury.

According to sources, the incident took place on Monday, August 10, 2020.