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.
Accra came to a stand Friday night as the Comedy king DKB marked his 30th birthday celebration in a Grand style with hundreds of fans and colleagues at Bella Roma night club in Osu.
The club was packed with his fans, friends in addition to fellow celebrities. Some popular faces spotted include Godfather of comedy KSM, Actor Ekow Smith-Asante, Rapper Trigmatic, VRMG Edem, Foster Romanus, Paulina Oduro, Stacy Amanful among others.
During the cutting of DKB’s face customized cake, KSM said “This is my son. I was the man but he is the man now” , He commended DKB for his great works in comedy and wished him all the Best.
The peak of the birthday bash was when Edem stepped in the House and performed his latest track “Nyedzilo” along side DKB. DJ Kess and Dj Mensah also entreated fans with body moving tracks which kept them regularly on the dance floor.
Reigning VGMA ‘Artiste of the Year’ Stonebwoy has finally laid his late mother Mrs.Catherine to rest.
A befitting burial for his late mother came off on Saturday, September 5 2015. The funeral continued to the following day Sunday September 6 at Dansoman in Accra. Friends and followers of the BHiM Nation boss were at the event to support him.
The late Mrs. Catherine Satekl died on Wednesday July 29,2015 at the 37 Military Hospital where she was receiving treatment after collapsing the previous Sunday.
Some of the famous faces spotted at the venue of the funeral were Sarkodie, Samini, Kwaw Kese, D.Cryme, Jupitar, Yaa Pono and many others.
Ed Sheeran is seeking new-to-him influences for his upcoming music.
According to The Sun, the UK singer is heading to Ghana for inspiration, in part of a larger goal to “include sounds and influences from around the world, particularly Africa” in new material.
The point is so that whatever he records next sounds totally different from his first two albums + and x, according to a “music insider.”
“It’s obviously a little bit out of Ed’s comfort zone, but he is all about experimenting and trying new things,” the insider said to The Sun. (It’s worth noting that Ghana has seen hip-hop and dancehall hit it big in recent years — proof that the West African country’s music has diversified as well.)
This move was reportedly inspired by Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn’s ongoing African Express, which has had Western and African musicians collaborating and performing live shows since 2006.
In 2013 it released its first album, African Express Presents: Maison Des Jeunes, featuring Mali musicians alongside Brian Eno, Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Idris Elba ofThe Wire andLuther fame.
“[Ed] got in touch with Damon after seeing his work with African musicians and he has given him some good advice,” the insider says.
Ghanaian contemporary highlife musician, Bisa Kdei has lost his mother. The late Josephine Bruce died on Wednesday, august 19 at the Cocoa Clinic in North Kaneshie, Accra. The cause of her death is not known yet.
The deceased who died at age 57 left behind eight children including Bisa Kdei. According Bisa’s management the later mother had been battling with a sickness for sometime now.
The sad news occurred on the same day that Bisa Kdei released the video for his pulsating highlife single, “Mansa”.
TV Host/Actress, Peace Hyde has shared her thoughts on the ‘to act nude or not’ debate in the movie industry.
In an interview with net.ng, she tells the website she is not interested in acting nude.
“I can’t see myself going nude for a role just because the pay is right. Acting is much more than the payment. You are leaving a piece of you behind that is recorded on camera forever.”
“I look at each role with a simple question, will this be something I would be proud for children to see 10 years from now? If the answer is no, then no amount of money will change that decision.”
Hyde plays a lead role in the upcoming Season 4 of MTVShuga , the sizzling sex, relationships drama and multimedia campaign developed by the MTV Staying Alive Foundation and MTV Base (DStv Channel 322) which will premiere in September 2015.
Dancehall artist, Jupitar successfully held his ‘Enemies Concert’ at the Korle Gonno beach last Sunday.
The well attended gig witnessed energetic performances from Jupitar much to the delight of his fans who danced and sang along to his songs, including the hit track ‘Enemies’.
During his performance of ‘Enemies’ a guy in the crowd collapsed. He was later resuscitated and unharmed. It was not clear the cause of the fainting, but it was clear that he was a big fan as he was given an opportunity to express himself on the microphone.
Actress Lydia Forson is hurt because her name was exempted when the first gentleman of the nation was mentioning his favourate movie stars.
The president named his favourite actors and musicians in the country and actress Lydia Forson’s name was absent. The outspoken actress in her recent post has expressed her disappoint at President Mahama’s obvious snub.
“I’m very hurt that I didn’t make it on President Mahama’s list. I’m heartbroken even.Regardless of our personal issues I still watch and enjoy him on TV when he comes on.Why, why why?
I can’t eat, sleep or even manage to drag myself out of bed because of this.
I don’t wish this kind of heartbreak on anyone. I’m even losing weight over it….ok that’s a lie, my butts not going anywhere.
But I’ve never felt so rejected. Anyway, it’s fine I know my broken heart will be alright but one day someone will come along and tell me I’m their favourite actress…#missforson #jokes”.
President Mahama speaking on Unique FM revealed that he prefers Ghanaian movies to Nigeria movies adding that he only watches Ghanaian movies on board the Presidential Jet. He mentioned Agya Koo, Bernard Nyarko, Emilia Brobbey, Kyeiwaa, Jackie Appiah, John Dumelo as his favourite movie stars.