TREAT YOUR MEN WELL BEFORE WE COME AND TAKE THEM AWAY – Kenyan Singer Victoria Kimani To Ghanaian Ladies

American-born Kenyan singer, songwriter, actress and entertainer, Victoria Kimani, has described Ghanaian men as a vibe, and advised Ghanaian girls to treat them well before ladies like herself come to steal them.

Speaking with Kojo Manuel on the Dryve of Your Lyfe radio show which airs on Y107.9FM, she expressed that Ghanaian guys are a vibe, they are very sweet and they know how to talk.

Following Kojo Manuel’s comment that the Ghanaian women do not think same of their men, she said, “Then they don’t know what they’re missing. They say the grass is not greener somewhere else, it’s only green where you water it so I’ll tell the women water your grass before the likes of me and my friends come and take them away”.

She again added that Ghanaian girls are obviously good vibes just like the men, hence, there should be a reason why they don’t see Ghanaian guys as vibes too. “They could also maybe be vibes because I’m not from here so I can’t tell but there could also be an element of that in them.

Maybe you guys are not being vibes to Ghanaian girls too, maybe there’s a reason they’re saying that you’re not vibes so I’ll investigate”, the singer joked.


Award-winning Ghanaian actress and writer, Lydia Forson has said most men love the idea of pursuing ambitious women but are not ready to watch them do big things.

The 2010 Best Actress in a leading role for the African Movie Academy Award said she has noted that lots of men go after women in high positions but are unwilling to face the reality of their women doing better than them.

“What I’ve noticed is that a lot of men love ambitious women in theory but not in practice,” she said in a tweet.

According to her, “The idea of dating ambitious & successful women is so amazing, but the reality of watching her do big things & be ahead of you seems to be a tougher pill to swallow” she expressed.

“What I’ve noticed is that a lot of men love ambitious women in theory but not in practice. The idea of dating ambitious & successful women is so amazing, but the reality of watching her do big things & be ahead of you seems to be a tougher pill to swallow, the actress stated.

She further disclosed that her tweet was not directed to anyone.

“Please oh, I’m not subbing anyone. I had a conversation with a friend & he was gisting me of something he experienced. Thanks & God bless”.  


Rapper Kwaw Kese believes politicians and armed rubbers are the same.

According to him the only difference between Politicians and armed robbers, is their respective modes of operation but they both end up stealing from innocent people.

The “Abodam” crooner who is currently based in America stated this in a video on social media that the youth should wise-up and stop killing themselves for politicians.

“Politicians and armed robbers, they are all the same. The only difference be say armed robbers dey use guns and ammunitions, politicians dey use pen and paper but they are all robbing from the people, they are all the same. So don’t go and kill yourself for politician when he dey send hundred thousand to his kiddies for US make them take chill. Massa wise-up”, Kwaw Kese stated.

For some time now Kwaw Kese has criticising politicians and celebrities such as D-Black, Sarkodie, Kuami Eugene and others who have endorsed political parties.



Professional midwife and budding highlife singer-songwriter, Iona Reine, has insisted that every woman, no matter how strong she appears, needs a man by her side.

She said, from her experience as a divorced woman that, it is never true when a woman says that she can do everything by herself and does not need a man by her side. This was during an interview with Foster Romanus on the Late Nite Celebrity Show on eTV Ghana.

She said, “In God’s own wisdom, He created a man first and then he added the woman. God could have created the woman first and left her there but even the man who was created as a whole was not supposed to be alone, how much more the woman who was created from a rib picked from his side. You are dependent on him”.

Iona’s life experience living with a husband and living without a husband informed her opinion on this matter, thus her song ‘Every Woman Needs a Man’.

According to the singer, her divorce took her through stages of depression and it was during her acceptance stage that she realized she could write songs and sing as well, hence she decided to pick up music to help herself heal, just like she helps people with her skill as a midwife.


Ghanaian Rapper , Obrafour has sued Ayisha Modi who is the most popular fan of Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy and Media Personality, Delay over a false comment Ayisha made.

Ayisha appeared on the Delay Show some months ago, claiming to have invested $45,000 in Obrafour’s ‘Kasiebo’ project.

Despite the warning given to her to apologize and retract the statement, Ayisha ignored all the warnings stood by her words and dared Obrafour to take legal action if they want.

Obrafour and team has final decided to test the law.

The “Asem Sebe” hitmaker is seeking for GHS 800,000 if Ayisha Modi, Delay and the producers of the Delay Show refuse to apologize and have it published in the Daily Graphic Newspaper.

Read the full court writ below:




Singer Kuami Eugene whose voice was heard on Sarkodie’s newly released song “Happy Day” which seems to endorse the current president, H.E Akufo Addo ahead of the December polls has spoken about the tune.

The singer explaining himself after the song was tagged a campaign song for the NPP following its release says he had no idea it was for such an agenda. Speaking to MzGee, he said Sarkodie only sent him one verse of the song which never contained the endorsement part just to aid him in composing the chorus and his verse.

Kuami Eugene went ahead to state that he only got to know that the song contained the endorsement of NPP when he was on set ready to shoot the music video.

The musician who seems not happy about the development believes Sarkodie’s endorsement in the song will affect his career.

“Sarkodie only sent me the first verse of his rap which did not contain the endorsement for Nana Addo to aid me do the chorus, it was only at the video shoot that we got to know of the second verse, we confronted Sark’s management, and they denied…I am uncomfortable, I still don’t know Sarkodie’s motive for the song, it will have an effect on my career, I wasn’t ready to vouch for any political party openly….it will not end here” – Kuami Eugene tells MzGee Ghana on 3FM.


I DON’T GO WHERE I’M NOT INVITED – Michy Reveals Why She Was Not At Shatta Wale’s Party

Shatta Wale’s ex-girlfriend Michelle Diamond popularly known as Michy has revealed why she didn’t attend Shatta Wale’s much publicised “All White” birthday party.

Michy wished Shatta a happy birthday with a slide of some throwback photos of them when they were together, with the caption “From fake chains to owning lanes.. a birthday worth celebrating no matter how mad I am at u .???????????? happy birthday @shattawalenima‘stripper treats‘ will be at your gate at 11:30 pm. All paid for, nuh worry????????”  

After Michy’s birthday wish to Shatta, fans were expecting to see her at the birthday party but she was missing in action.

A fan questioned Michy on social media as to why she didn’t attend her baby daddy’s birthday party and even accused her of lying to them.

The fan wrote: “Mum you lie to us yesterday you told us you will be coming to the birthday party. You didn’t come you didn’t come. I am mad at you”.

Michy replied: “Don’t say what you don’t know. We don’t go where we aren’t invited”  

Shatta’s birthday party was attended by several celebrities including; Becca, Joey B, Darko Vibes, King Promise, Salma Mumin, Hajia4Reall, DKB, Nikki Samonas, Moesha Boduong, R2bees, Tinny, Jupita, among others.



Asamoah Gyan and his elder brothers Baffour Gyan who are both former Blackstars players are reported to have assaulted Godwin Martey, the Chief Executive Officer-CEO of Web Soft Solutions during a tennis match.

According to, the incident is said to have occurred at the 37 Army Officer’s Mess tennis court last night.

Godwin according to him wanted to quit the game after he felt that he was unfairly treated by Baffour Gyan who was the referee in his tennis match against Asamoah Gyan.

CEO of Web Soft Solutions indicated that although the beholders agreed with him, he received no support from them because of who Asamoah Gyan was. A big star of course.

Unhappy about the situation, Godwin asked for a proper tournament to be arranged with a match commissioner and a neutral referee to ensure 100% fairness to both parties.

Baffour Gyan who was the umpire not ready to see his brother lose shouted at him ordering him to stop talking and get back to play. “My friend shut up and stand there and play” Baffour shouted.

Mr Martey quit the game and went to sit on the sidelines of the tennis court because he felt bullied by Asamoah Gyan’s brother.

Baffour Gyan by reports walked towards Godwin, slapping him continuously and insisting that he gets back in the game.

Mr Martey said that even after he complained to Asamoah Gyan that he was being assaulted by Baffour, Asamoah Gyan replied by saying: “Yes, you deserve it.”

The incident has since been reported to the Cantonment Police Station. The brothers have been declared wanted by the Ghana Police Service for assaulting Godwin Martey.

According to a report sighted sees screenshot of the full statement Mr. Martey gave to the police and the report he had after visiting the 37 Military Hospital.



The Ghana Gaming Commission has banned betting companies from using celebrities in their advertisement or as ambassadors.

The decision, they have explained, is due to the increasing number of celebrities endorsing betting companies – an action many say could lure young fans into gambling.

Earlier this year, Nadia Buari, Wendy Shay, Efya, Jackie Appiah, Moesha Boduong, Salma Mumin, Selly Gally, Zynell Zuh, Sandra Ankobiah, Lilwin, and KiDi were all signed as ambassadors for Bet Planet, the biggest betting company in Ghana.

In a new guideline issued for operators, the Commission stated that companies cannot encourage people to bet using these individuals with huge social media following.

“Operators shall not use celebrities in their advertisements to entice the general public to gamble,” the statement read.

To ensure the new guideline is followed all advertisement must be approved by the commission to help protect not only underage persons but “the interests of punters, customers and stakeholders,” the statement read.

Many industry persons have reacted to the ban including artiste manager Bullet who has called the new guideline “stringent and heart wrenching.”

According to him, creative persons and industry people cannot survive in the country if their other avenues for earning money are blocked.

Also speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, CEO of 3Music stated that instead of banning the celebrities, the Commission could use these individuals to lead the education campaign to prevent young people from gambling.

“Once we recognise that these celebrities have a certain power to influence, we should recognise that they do not only have the power to influence negatively but also positively.”

“If the idea is that the younger people are easily moved by them, then, it should tell you that these same people as brand ambassadors could also take a lead in influencing younger people positively,” Sadiq Abdulai Abu told the host Andy Dosty.

However, he stated that whether celebrities endorse betting companies or not, “gambling is addictive by nature”, hence, it falls on the Gaming Commission to ensure proper enforcement of the regulations.



Gospel Musician Yaw Sarpong and Asomafo involved in an accident at Juaso on the Accra-Kumasi.

According to his manager Ashes who broke the sad news on Peace FM, the legendary Gospel Singer and his backup Singer, Tiwaa sustained minor injuries but they are fine.

He was in the car with Maame Tiwaa and two other people.

They are all currently on admission at the Juaso hospital receiving medical attention.

His manager revealed that the accident was caused by a truck that was trying to over take another car and it was headed into their direction so they had to drive off the road avoid collision and they ended up in a ditch.