News One newspaper, who reported that actress Pascaline Edwards has made public her fear for the cemeteries and that she is not going back there, have provided evidence to prove that actress indeed made those comments, after she denied their report.
The actress in an interview on Neat FM yesterday denied ever making those statements and accused journalists of misquoting and twisting stories for their own selfish gains and even called on investigative journalist Anas Aremiyaw Anas to investigate journalists.
“In every society there are always some bad nuts. Most of the journalists are good but the new ones that are coming up who want quick fame are the ones giving journalist a bad name. So Anas should also concentrate on the media and investigate journalists”, she said this on Neat FM.
News One reported that Pascaline posted a photo of herself, Yvonne and Eddie at the cemetery on her Instagram and commented that she was not returning to the cemetery again.
“She Prayed! The movie. Mother and Children. That cemetery …I don’t want to go there again oo”.
Pascaline denied ever making these comments on Instagram.
After Peacefmonline.com published Pascaline’s denial, News One sent screen shot of Pascaline Edwards Instagram post and it proves that the ‘Ripples’ actress actually made those comments.
Earlier this week, Rapper Sarkodie and Actor John Dumelo have all accused that media of misquoting them separate reports about them and Pascaline supported them citing News One’s story as an example.
Ghanaian Afro Pop duo Ruff N Smooth is not too happy with Rapper Guru.
The “Swagger” hit makers claims Guru has betrayed them because he performed their single “Send Your Fire” which he (Guru) featured on in Gabon over the weekend.
According to Ruff N Smooth they told Guru not to perform that particular song because another event house in Gabon had booked them for $10,000 just to come perform that same song very soon.
However, Guru who according Ruff N Smooth agreed not to perform the song closed his performance with “Send Your Fire” and the duo wants Guru to pay them about $10,000 for using the song or face legal action.
“He performed a lot of his hit songs and yet he couldn’t desist from performing just one Ruff N Smooth song even though we asked him not to perform that particular song. I just can’t understand. He is wicked! Guru is a very wicked”, Bullet of Ruff N Smooth stated on Pluzz FM this morning.
According to Bullet the fact that Guru featured on the song does not give him the right to perform at anywhere and anyhow he wants.
Actress Pascaline Edwards has called on trending Ghanaian international investigative Journalist Anas Aremiyaw Anas to shift his attention to journalists and bloggers in Ghana.
In an exclusive interview with Kwame Adjetia on Neat FM’s “Entertainment Ghana”, the “Ripples” actress said some of the journalists misquote and twist false stories to make them seem true for their own selfish gains.
“In every society there are always some bad nuts. Most of the journalists are good but the new ones that are coming up who want quick fame are the ones giving journalist a bad name. So Anas should also concentrate on the media and investigate journalists”.
Pascaline was commenting on trending issues about Sarkodie and actor John Dumelo who have both denied recent reports about them in the media.
She disclosed on the show that she has also been a victim of false reportage in the media. According to her the recent false story about her was reports that she won’t film in a cemetery again because she is scared.
According to the story she posted a photo of herself, Yvonne and Eddie Nartey at the cemetery on her Instagram and commented that she was not returning to the cemetery again.
“That cemetery …I don’t want to go there again oo”, but she said she never made any comment like that on Instagram.
“They can make the headlines very scary and for me most of my relatives live outside Ghana. My mother lives outside the country and she is aging. She can see some of these headlines and get a heart attack”.
Rapper Wanluv has disclosed that he would not feel sorry if Bishop Daniel Obinim, Archbishop Duncan Williams, Pastor Chris and Prophet T.B Josuah die as he has predicted in his new single.
After predicting the death of four pastors, Wanlov the Kubolor says he will not feel remorseful should any of his predictions comes to pass.
The rapper who recently released a song titled, Very Soon in which he predicted the death of four pastors (Bishop Daniel Obinim, Archbishop Duncan Williams, Pastor Chris and T.B Josuah) has come under criticisms from a section of the public.
When show host, Abrantepa, asked if someone will be wrong to say that once he recorded the song, he meant the lyrics in there, Wanlov answered;
“No they won’t be wrong; they won’t be right either. Because, at the time I recorded it, I was in total agreement with my perception; but I could become friends with one of those guys tomorrow and I may be sad if something I have predicted comes to pass. At the moment, I wouldn’t have any feeling of remorse if any comes to pass”, he disclosed on Radio Univers.
The member of music duo, FOKN Bois, however stated that the lyrics of the song is only a prediction; not a wish.
“Prediction is different from a wish. I just predicted how they will die and not wished them dead. I’m not wishing for them to die. This is the style for which they will die,” he said.
A 14-year old Ghanaian Attah Abraham has won the Marcello Mastroianni’s ‘Best Young Actor’ Award at the 2015 Venice Film Festival in Italy.
Attah Abraham won the award for his lead performance in a movie alongside Idris Elba.
Attah Abraham who is said to be without any acting background was picked from the streets of Ghana during the shooting of Netflix’s soon to be released movie “Beasts of No Nation.”
According the Director of the movie, Cary Fukunaga, Atta Abraham was randomly selected on the streets.
Abraham Attah plays an 11-year-old child soldier in the film. Abraham’s character joins a militant group from an unnamed West African country that is led by a brutal warlord, played by Idris Elba (“Luther”)”.
Sensational Highlife singer, Bisa Kdei’s late mother Josephine Bruce is scheduled to be laid to rest on Saturday October 31.
A source close to the “Odo Carpenter” hit maker has hinted Nkonkonsa.com the three day final journey begins from Friday October 30 to Sunday November 1 2015 when family, friends and sympathizers will have a Thanksgiving service.
The late Josephine Bruce who passed away on Wednesday August 19 at the Cocoa Clinic at North Kaneshie in Accra at age 57, leaving behind eight children including Bisa Kdei.
Bisa whose mother’s untimely demise happened few days hours after he released his latest single “Mansa” is currently going through hard times and this may affect the release of his upcoming #BreakThrough album.
Afro-dancehall artiste Samini has revealed his intention to make his longtime dream of becoming a lawyer finally become a reality.
The “Sweet Mistake” Singer in an interview with Live FM stated that he planned to study law after secondary school but he had to sacrifice that to pursue his passion which is music.
Samini believe his music career has grown to the level where he needs to study the legal side of his passion. He wants to study intellectual Property Law to obviously to help with the scattered issues of copyright in the music industry in Ghana.
“I had wanted to do Law in school and I will still proceed to do it very soon. I want to study Intellectual Property Law at school”.
“I did business at secondary and planned to study law at the University. I had to make the choice of forgoing Uni to pursue my passion for music. My parents obviously were not happy about it”, he told Jeremie and Jay Foley on the Live Breakfast Club on Live FM.
Samini is set to celebrate the first anniversary of Dancestardom and launch his upcoming “Breaking News” album.
Actress Yvonne Nelson unfortunately did not meet late screen goddess Suzzy Williams before her untimely demise but she has shared some kind words about the late “Chin Chin” Lady.
Tuesday September 8, 2015 was exactly 10 years since beautiful actress Suzzy Williams passed away after a brutal car accident on La road in Accra and this is what Yvonne Nelson had to say on Instagram this morning in her memory.
“We never met but I used to admire your works from a distance and I still do.
You were beautiful, glowing and loved. Little did we know you were going to leave us that soon. We loved you but we didn’t have the power to make you stay.
Indeed, if a thousand words and a thousand tears could bring you back, we would have done that by now. I have always imagined how things would have been if you were still here Suzzy, But God knows best,We will forever miss u.
Rest In Peace Suzzy Williams. The industry hardly talks about you, but I promise I’ll do that from today. I know you are in heaven. R.I.P 😇🌷 #10years”
Talented actress Nana Ama McBrown has paid tribute to the late Suzzy Williams.
Today September 8, 2015 is exactly 10 years since beautiful actress Suzzy Williams passed away after a brutal car accident on La road in Accra.
Nana Ama shared her tribute on Instagram with Suzzy’s picture.
“WE MISS YOU🙏🙏🙏#SUZZYWILLIAMS👼👼👼#TENYEARS#TODAY#08-09-05⭐️❤️#RIP#SISTER”
Actress Beverly Afaglo has attributed the rampant increase of actors producing their own movies and playing lead roles to the fact that Ghana’s movie industry is dying.
“I think the movie industry is dying slowly. If not, actors wouldn’t be producing their own movies just to keep being relevant or keep their passion alive. The thing is that, producers are not producing anymore especially those with the English speaking movies,” she said in an interview with ghkwaku.
Beverly also used the platform to debunk rumors making round that she had quit acting.
“That’s crap. Why will I quit acting? For crying out loud my baby is almost 3 years so is she that small that I can’t leave her behind and work?
“My first job after delivery was a job with Shirley Frimpong Manso. It was exactly 6 months after having my baby when I started acting again so childbirth hasn’t stopped me in anyway,” she added.