Lynx Entertainment artist, Kuami Eugene has employed a new stylist to be in charge of his dressing which has constantly received massive condemnation from his fans.

Ever since Kuami Eugene hit the limelight, he has been ridiculed for his style of dressing. According to his critics, his style of dressing does not match his status as one of the fastest rising singers in Ghana.

Kuami Eugene says enough is enough. He has employed Richard Brown aka Osebo, Nana Aba Anamoah’s baby daddy as his new stylist.

Osebo owns ‘247 boutique’ located at North Kaneshie. A couple of months ago, Richard Brown caught revealed on Facebook that he is the father of Nana Aba Anamoah’s 16-year-old son. He even stated that he misses him and wants him back in his life.

Well, he is now into fashion and Kuami Eugene has sought his help to rebrand himself.

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BET Award winning Nigerian Rapper Panshak Zamani better known by his stage name Ice Prince, has stated that Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson’s baby is also his baby.

The “Oleku” hit maker in an interview on Okay FM’s “Ekwanso dwoodwoo” drive time said “Shout outs to Yvonne Nelson, it been a long time and I know she is doing so well for Ghana and she is doing well for Africa and Africa is proud of her for real”.

Asked if he is aware Yvonne has a baby, Ice Prince who seemed very excited about Yvonne’s baby congratulated Yvonne. “Congratulation to Yvonne, you know that baby is my child too. I will be godfather. So congratulations to her, she is ever beautiful, ever sweet and I just pray her more success”.

Ice Prince and Yvonne’s relationship have been on and off and at some point very controversial, after Yvonne featured Ice Prince in her movie titled “House of Gold” 2013, produced by Yvonne.

The two were rumored to be dating and indeed Ice Prince confirmed that they had thing for each.

The ‘Superstar’ hit singer told Olisa in an interview on The Truth show in 2014 that their relationship ended because Yvonne Nelson was very busy at the time and he was also not always there for her.

However, in an interview on Personality Profile with Lexis Bill on Accra-based Joy FM in 2015, Yvonne denied ever dating Rapper Ice Prince.

It appears they have both moved on and Ice Prince said he is a proud godfather to Yvonne’s baby.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 



Hiplife artiste Jerry Anaba, known in showbiz as Okomfo Kwadee, has asked the President, Nana Akufo-Addo to improve the state of mental health in the country.

The ‘Ka Wo Nan to So’ hit maker made this statement on Tuesday, July 24, at the Willing Ways Foundation rehabilitation Centre at Kwamo in the Ashanti Region when a delegation from MUSIGA paid him a visit.

“On behalf of all the people here, I plead on our leaders, especially the President and all the chiefs to help create an awareness for people to stop neglecting those with mental problems. We should all pay attention to such people and let them feel part of society,” he said.

He also said that his comeback will basically be geared towards a campaign against drug abuse and its effect on the youth.

“When I come back, the message is going to be more about the youth and how to come out of all these drug abuse and street kind of life,” he added.

The visit by the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), was precipitated by recent reports that his family had abandoned him at the rehab centre.

Led by Ras Caleb Appiah Levi, the Chairman of the Greater Accra wing of the union, the delegation donated packs of sachet water, drinks and an undisclosed amount of money to Kwadee. About six years ago, it was reported that Kwaadee was mentally ill.

His return to the music scene with ‘Fiifii’ and ‘Di Kan,’ was not successful as his condition exacerbated and he was taken to the Willing Ways Foundation rehabilitation centre.

Few weeks ago, the leader of the centre, Lydia Abena Manu, said the rapper had been neglected by family and friends.

This kept people wondering what his state was – but according to the MUSIGA delegation that visited him, he is doing better now than before.

The musician has songs like ‘Aboro ne Bayie’, ‘Ataa Adwoa’, ‘Ka Wo Nan to So,’ among others.

Information has it that he is currently recording songs which will soon be released.


A second funeral service has been organized for the late sensational Singer, Ebony Reigns over the weekend in London.

On Saturday, July 21, 2018, mother of the late Singer, Beatrice Oppong Marthin organized another funeral service in London attended by relatives and friends dressed in red and black outfits.

Songs by the singer were performed while attendees paid their last respect to the falling ’90s Bhad Gal’ of dancehall.

An unfortunate road accident took away the lives of Ebony Reigns with two friends, Franky Kuri and Lance Corporal Vondee Francis Atsu on Thursday, February 8, 2018 sending the entire nation into a state of shock.

Tribute songs and messages trickled in from around the world and all-and-sundry including family and friends graced her funeral services.

Ebony’s original funeral took place at the forecourt of the State House, Accra on 24th March 2018 in Accra, Franky was buried on 3rd March 2018 and Vondee was buried on March 23, 2018 at Adidome Mafi in the Volta Region.

Ebony Reigns legacy include songs like Sponsor, poison, Maame Hw3, Kupe, the list goes on.

Watch video from the funeral below:

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Comedian and actor, Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, popularly known as Funny Face has shared a video on social media in which he reported of an accident he was involved in on the night of Thursday, July 19, 2018.

In a self-recorded video posted on his Twitter account, the comedian revealed that he almost lost his life had it not been for divine intervention.

He was heard narrating the incident and he took a video of his Range Rover believed to have been pushed off the road by an articulated truck.

In the video, he was heard asking some eyewitness who was on the scene of the accident if they had seen all that occurred. Funny Face who has christened himself ‘The Children’s President’ captioned the video, Nearly died tonight .. hmmm as an articulator driver push my car to climb the pavement .. my car nearly roll over to da next road if not God who gave me da courage to keep my focus and hold da steering tight .. hmm if it was me .. like tomorrow am finished with headlines dat I killed somebody .. but if. Somebody nearly killed us is not news .. who watches da entertainer .. who makes da comedian laugh ? Asem oo life goes on anyway 🙏🙏🙏 !! Not my time yet … when is my time .. I will die in peace 🙏🙏🙏 “.

The comedian and actor who also triples as a musician made headlines when news of his divorce went viral on social media after he allegedly indicated that his wife was unfaithful.

He is also noted to be a strong supporter of award-winning musician, Patapaa. The comedian trolled Patapaa after he missed out on the ‘Most Popular Song of the Year’ award at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. The comedian is almost always seen in the company of Togolese international footballer, Emmanuel Adebayor.

Watch the video below:


Ghanaian singer, Nana Osei Bonsu popularly known as Nana Boroo has revealed he sold condoms, lubricants and other sex toys to survive.

“I used to sell stuff. I was selling vibrators, condoms, lubricants, surgical cloths… Very unique yet colourful condoms” he told Doreen Andoh on Joy FM’s “Cosmopolitan Mix” show on Tuesday.

According to him, he never dreamt of being famous until fate connected him and singer, SK Blinks to collaborate on the “Aha Ye De” song.

Nana Boroo indicated that, when the song became a hit, he used the revenue generated to travel abroad to broaden his scope in the music industry.

“My song took me to places, meeting people and seeing money I never thought I would see”.

Nana Boroo, however, explained that, his long absence from the music scene is due to the ambassadorial roles and other business ventures he is managing.

“I don’t like working under pressure. I don’t even follow the trend. I wanna take time before I put my song out so I look different. I wasn’t so focused on music until last year. I won’t say my art career is over. I take time to research. I love art every day…”

Nana Boroo is currently promoting his “Broken Heart” song featuring rapper Sarkodie and has also urged his fans to expect his new album this year.


Since she revealed the man who owns her heart on social media, television personality, Efia Odo has received support and bashing in equal measure from her fans on social media.

Advice has also been generously dished out to her with many cautioning her to keep her new adventure out of public sight because someone might snatch Mr Right from her unexpected.

But in an interview with Showbiz, Efia Odo who sounded confident throughout voiced that no woman can take her man away perhaps they’ve sealed their love with superglue. “I am not bothered at all, they should come for him.

“We have a God factor, how can someone take what God has given me? Such people should get a life and stop poking their noses into my affairs. He is a responsible guy and lives a low key life so where are they going to find him?” she questioned.

Contrary to the opinion by Deloris Frimpong Manso a.k.a Delay that social media users have what it take to cause a decline of Efia’s relationship. This is how she responded when Efia Odo was probed by graphic showbiz.

“Social media does not break relationships, it is God who sustains relationships and we have the God factor so there is nothing to be afraid of”.

Besides, Efia is optimistic that her relationship with Revloe (boyfriend’s name) will definitely end at the altar.

“Everyone enters into a relationship with the mindset of settling down so yes, if it happens, we will take it from there and make the most of it”, she said.



A Kumasi-based prophet, Stephen Kwadwo Adom has predicted an impending doom for several known personalities including actress, Nana Ama McBrown and her husband, Maxwell Mensah, Afia Schwarzenegger, Shatta Wale and others.

According to Prophet Adom who is the founder and leader of Zion Miracle Worship Center (ZMWC), the couple’s marriage will collapse if care is not taken by McBrown.

In a viral video, Prophet Adom who is seen preaching in a church minced no words as he cautioned McBrown to be careful and prayerful in order avoid disgrace.

‘You should tell Nana Ama McBrown that they are going to disgrace her. The marriage that she holds dear is going to collapse. Nana Ama McBrown’s marriage will collapse and it will disgrace to her,” the prophet declared in the viral video.

Mcbrown got married to Maxwell in 2016 in a gorgeous private wedding ceremony.

But despite the fact that the two are enjoying their love, they have come under attacks a few times for one reason or the other.

Since their marriage, there have some scepticisms over what critics deem as the vast age difference between the actress and her husband. While McBrown is 40 years, Maxwell is 35 years old.

Prophet Adom’s prediction may be deemed by many of these critics as a confirmation to their earlier arguments. Meanwhile, the prophet has incurred the wrath of on-air-personality Afia Schwarzenegger over a prophecy. Prophet Adom disclosed that if Afia Schwar does not take care, she will die very soon at Kumasi in the Ashanti region.

The Prophet also revealed that if Ghana’s Dancehall Singer Shatta Wale doesn’t take care, he would die through road accident in December this year.

He also warned the Brong Ahafo regional minister and other to be care or they would die.

Watch the video below:


Socialite, Shatta Michy has disclosed that she cried for “like two days” because of the scorn and ridicule she was subjected to after photos were posted online of her ‘flat’ breats.

She shared her experiences about the aftermath of her attending the 2016 Golden Movie Awards at the Kempinski Hotel when speaking on the topic ‘Internet Trolling – Who To Blame.’

“… ‘like two days and I was done crying, It was other women body-shaming me that actually got to me because I don’t do that to other girls,” recounted Michy to Berla Mundi, host of ‘The Late Afternoon Show’ on GhOneTV.

“I feel like we have grown up, that’s for kids, High School. We need to support each other because I don’t mind if its the men because the men can say whatever they want but woman to woman, that got me.”

The ‘Late Afternoon Show’ ushers in a new era of talk show which delves into social issues, real life stories and lifestyle from the point of the young, fun and vibrant adult.

With a mixed bag of everything that is discussed amongst the new generation, the show identifies with the emotions of people whiles seeking to answer often asked questions on health, wealth, fashion, cuisine, entertainment and more.

Each episode tackles a specific theme and topic with experts, personalities or celebrities coming in to share peculiar and outstanding stories about themselves and others in order to inspire, advice and inform viewers.

The Late Afternoon Show airs on Monday and Friday at 4pm on GHOne TV and DSTV CH 361.

“MY SUICIDE THREAT WAS A STUNT” – Joyce Dzidzor Mensah

Troubled former AIDS ambassador for the Ghana AIDS Commission, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah who issued what was considered a suicide note on Saturday, now says she faked it to protect her children in school.

Dzidzor had bid a final ‘farewell’ to this world of troubles ahead of what she said was going to be her final interview on earth at 3FM, from where she was to proceed to the village where her children are, kill them and kill herself.

She was hoping to go to “a place where there is no sorrow, a place where people will never call my children AIDS children, a place where I will not be judged wrongly, a place where there is no hunger. A place where my children will not be sacked for school fees, a place where we will not pay for accommodation. A place where no one will beat me for using their bathroom.”

Joyce Dzidzor had concluded thus: “May our souls rest in peace.”

Graphic Online duly alerted the police, which quickly deployed to salvage the situation if she indeed intended to carry through the threat.

Happily, the controversial actress and singer tells friends it was only a stunt to better the peace of her children.