Actress Victoria Lebene is no stranger to controversy. In her relatively young career, she has endured her fair share of controversies: from her rumoured relationship with veteran actor Kofi Adjorlolo to her bikini pictures and ‘fake’ honeymoon picture. And while she may be over these scandals, the one thing that Victoria has learnt about it all is that Ghanaians are quick to judge should you falter in any way.
The sexy screen diva who got married few months ago said her husband will not have a problem if she plays romantic scenes especially kissing in movies ,but she would not even do it. “I know my husband will not have any problem with me kissing in movies but I am willing to take up challenging roles than just to kiss. The romance scenes are so common in our movies. I want more challenging roles instead of just kissing in movies,” she said.
The young lady who recently got married to Peace FM’s Eugene Osafo-Nkansah in a ceremony that attracted all the big stars one can think of said in an interview with Graphic Showbiz that, “Ghanaians talk without knowing the real truth. We judge based on what we see on social media, which is so wrong. 
“For instance when it comes to my bikini pictures which a lot of people made a fuss about, I saw nothing wrong with them because I have always been a model. So why should people bring such pictures up when I was getting married?” she queried.
After Victoria and Eugene got married, broadcaster Abeiku Santana dropped a bombshell that the actress’ relationship with Kofi Adjorlolo was a publicity stunt he (Santana) engineered to bring her into the limelight.
However, when Graphic Showbiz quizzed her about the Kofi Adjorlolo debacle, Victoria was not ready to go into details. She only said if Ghanaians knew her well, they would not have made noise about it.
“My husband knew me inside out and that was all I cared about and not what Ghanaians were saying. I think it is about time Ghanaians understood showbiz stuff, there is a private life and the showbiz stuff, and that is what I want Ghanaians to understand. I only made Ghanaians aware of my showbiz stuff,” she said.
Asked whether she was bothered by all the things that had been said about her, Victoria Lebene said she was not and chose to focus on the positive things.
“I don’t worry myself with negative things but the positives ones. Once I know I am clean, I don’t care whatever anyone says about me. Whatever you do, Ghanaians will talk but when you know what you are doing is right why do you worry about what someone says,” she said.
Although she is not against celebs or couples posting their marital issues on social media and asking for help, Victoria said she would never do such a thing.
“Why will I put my marital stuff on social media? How will anyone help me on social media concerning my marital issues? You will just be mocked and gossiped about without getting the solution to whatever you need. There is no way I will do such a thing. Rather if I need to share my opinion on something related to showbiz, I will gladly do that,” she said.
She has featured in movies such as My Ramadan, Babani and Jackie Goes To School. Victoria said her husband would not have any problem with her if she kisses in movies, but she would not even do it.
Source: Graphic Showbiz

NKONKONSA ADJUDGED MOST FOLLOWED GHANAIAN BLOG ON INSTAGRAM instagram page has been adjudged as the most followed blog on Instagram and we placed number 16 in the top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers list.

With the power and influence popular online portals have assumed globally, leading PR & Rating firm, Avance Media has launched an annual research ranking dubbed Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers to unveil the faces behind the most read and popular blogs owned and run by Ghanaians.

The ranking which features bloggers from diverse sectors such as entertainment, lifestyle, education, fashion, technology, health, relationship and others is intended to annually feature Ghanaian bloggers whose blogs have distinguished themselves as a source of credible information, education & entertainment according to the MD of Avance Media, Prince Akpah. He further stated that; beyond serving as netizen ambassadors of Ghana, these individuals’ blogs must also be devoid of fake news and the propagation of negative propaganda.

According to the 2018 ranking, founder of, Toni Kusi ranked as the most influential blogger claiming the top spot.

With the ranking featuring a limited number of females, Jemila Abdulai of emerged as the most influential female blogger and number 32 on the overall ranking.

Using estimated traffic data & social media influence as key indicators for the ranking, the research also unveiled Ameyaw Debrah as the most followed blogger across Social Media and also on twitter. run by Nana Tamakloe leads as the most followed blog on Facebook with also run by Eugene Osafo-Nkansah as the most followed blog on Instagram.

In furthering their pursuit to support bloggers, Avance Media will in March 2019 convene the first edition of the Ghana Bloggers Summit, an initiative which will bring bloggers together to network, share and learn among themselves to project a good image of Ghana. More information on the summit is available via

Below are the 2018 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers and their blogs:

1.         Toni Kusi ||

2.         Seckloawu Bless ||

3.         Stephen Zoure ||

4.         Chris-Vincent Agyapong ||

5.         Fiifi Adinkra ||

6.         Nana Tamakloe ||

7.         Ameyaw Debrah ||

8.         Chris Handler ||

9.         Nii Atakora Mensah ||

10.   Akesse Sanza ||

11.   John-Bunya Klutse ||

12.   Kofi Cephas ||

13.   Felix Adomako Mensah ||

14.   Ellis Ferdinand ||

15.   Isaac Aidoo ||

16.   Eugene Osafo-Nkansah ||

17.   Frimpong Prince ||

18.   Eugene Nyavor ||

19.   Kwadjo Panyin ||

20.   David Mawuli ||

21.   Felix Akakpo ||

22.   George Britton ||

23.   Elorm Beenie ||

24.   Ebenezer Anangfio ||

25.   Shadrach Annang ||

26.   Abraham Odartey Lamptey ||

27.   Augustus Koranteng Kyei ||

28.   Jonilar Laryea  ||

29.   Pep Junia ||

30.   Ekow Simpson ||

31.   Ebenezer Nana Yaw Donkor  ||

32.   Jemila Abdulai ||

33.   Kubinho Acolatse ||

34.   Yaw Sarpong ||

35.   Tony Asankomah & Lewis Opoku ||

36.   Keni Kodjo ||

37.   Afua Rida ||

38.   Amegavi Samuel ||

39.   Mac-Jordan Degadjor ||

40.   Kris Sowah ||

41.   Kwao Lezzes-Tyt ||

42.   Edward Blagogee ||

43.   Naa Oyoo Kumodzi ||

44.   Mustapha Nii-okai Inusah ||

45.   Barimah Amoaning ||

46.   Emmanuel Arhin ||

47.   Jullie Jay-Kanz ||

48.   Charles Wudengba ||

49.   Kobby Blay ||

50.   Kajsa Hallberg Adu ||



Celebrity gossip blog, Nkonkonsa, has picked two influential blog awards for being one of the most highly patronised showbiz platforms in Ghana.

The blog’s CEO, Eugene Osafo-Nkansah, won blogger of the year at the Ghana High School Legend Awards held at the National Theatre in Accra on Friday, August 31.

Simdos Entertainment Services, organisers of the event, indicated that they did a survey in over 40 senior high schools across the country and came up as the platform that most high school students visit for information online.

The award was an honorary one because Nkonkonsa stood tall above all other Ghanaian social media platforms as far as high school students are concerned.

A week later, he also won the best events blogger of the year at the Ghana Events Awards 2018, which took place at the Suzuki, CFAO showroom at Airport in Accra on Friday, September 7, 2018.

Nkonkonsa was nominated alongside some 15 other bloggers.

Nkonkonsa is described an award-winning celebrity gossip, news and tourism online platform.

It was established in 2015 by Eugene Osafo-Nkansah, who is an entertainment journalist and radio producer.


Entertainment Journalist, Eugene Osafo-Nkansah of has named Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari as one of the boring celebrities we have in the country.

Speaking on Angel TV Wednesday evening, Eugene disclosed that the actress’ constant silence on vital issues about her does not help the showbiz industry.

According to him on The Purple Room show, Nadia Buari does not react to allegations concerning her brand and that makes his job as a journalist challenging.

Even though Mr. Osafo-Nkansah believes keeping quiet over some controversial issues is the best, he also thinks the actress should at times let her fans know the truth in rumours they hear.

Giving series of issues the “Beyonce” actress should have spoken for the public to know the truth in them, Eugene Osafo-Nkansah named the case of her rumoured relationship with Jim Iyke and her alleged “pono” video which went viral many years ago.

He further said the silence of public figures on certain issues gives room for the public to make wrong conclusion which affects their brands negatively.

The Wednesday, October 18 edition of Purple Room show on Angel TV was for bloggers to talk about how they go about their duties. Panelists on the show hosted by Nana Akua included Zionfelix, Eugene Osafo-Nkansah, Dan Lartey and Xerda.



Lawyer Maurice Ampaw has stridently denied media reports that he has been fired as Legal counsel for Afia Schwarzenegger’s husband Lawrence Abrokwa.

Speaking to in an exclusive interview, Lawyer Ampaw affirmed that though he is no longer counsel for Mr Abrokwa, the rumors that he has been fired is inaccurate.

He also confirmed reports that he was not in court today (Wednesday) to defend his client.

“I have dropped that case for my own personal reasons. I don’t want to be part of the legal team any longer because I realized I was becoming too emotional and I don’t want to have any problems whatsoever with Afia Schwarzenegger and Abrokwa. So left the case and I handed it over to a colleague learned friend to handle,” he disclosed.

According to Lawyer Ampaw, he was never in the employ of Lawrence Abrokwa, for which reason he (Abrokwa) can fire him.

“Abrokwa never retained me so how can he fire me? I took up the case and volunteered to help him because he is my old friend. How much did he pay me? Can he even pay me? Abrokwa hasn’t paid me any thing and I didn’t take anything from him but I don’t want to be part of the case any more; that’s all.”

He revealed that his colleague Lawyer Anthony Namoo is Lawrence Abroakwa’s new counsel, who might defend him from now till the case it over.

The case has been adjourned to Monday October 30, 2017.

Mr. Abrokwa is facing five charges including domestic violence with emotional, verbal and psychological abuse, publication of obscene material, assault and threat of harm.

In a related development, Afia Schwarzenegger posted a video standing at the court premises insisting that Lawyer Maurice Ampaw has been fired.

Watch the video below:

Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah


Eugene Osafo Nkansah Wins City People Awards 2016 -1Entertainment Journalist Eugene Osafo-Nkansah has been adjudged Best Showbiz Blogger/Online Writer of the Year Award (Ghana) at the just ended City People Entertainment Awards 2016.

Eugene who was present at the event which place at Yard 158, Oregun, 34 Kudirat Abiola Way, Ikeja Lagos, Nigeria, on Sunday July 24, 2016 beat some well-known Ghana’s foremost entertainment writers including;  Zion Felix Adomako –, Francis Addo –, Ebenezer Nana Yaw Donkoh – NYDJLive, Cypress –, Isaac Kwaku Aidoo –, Ameyaw Debrah – and Ebenezer Anangfio – to win the award.

This is the third time Eugene has been nominated for the same award, since 2013 and finally carried it home this year.  The CPEA is an annual award ceremony with primary objective of recognizing the contributions of Nigerian and African Entertainers.

The award ceremony, in its 7th year, is not only focused on recognizing Nigerian entertainers but also highlights others who continue to make an impact in the immediate communities in Nigeria or extended communities in the diaspora.

The name Eugene Osafo-Nkansah is a familiar name in show business in Ghana . He started as an event co-coordinator for an event company he registered with five other friends “One Soul International” which in 2002 organized the biggest second cycle rap, dance and basketball competition ever organized at the Aviation Social Center dubbed “Up in the Smoke Fiesta” among other events.

He has closely followed the music, movie, radio, television, tourism and arts and craft industries. An entertainment journalist by choice. Eugene started with his own entertainment weekly newspaper called ” Ghana Billboard” which he was the editor in 2004. He later became the assistant editor in chief for another entertainment weekly news paper in 2005 called Loud and Kicking (L&K). Over the years he has matured into a well known arts and entertainment writer in the country.

Along the line he was a columnist in a bi-weekly entertainment soft sell “Prime People” where use to criticize, analyze and report on issues bordering the industry and events as well. He wrote articles for Musicbiz magazine (A credible music magazine) and Celebrity magazine.

He later ventured into radio as a producer and Mr. Osafo-Nkansah has been a part of almost every entertainment discussion program on radio in the capital. He was the producer for “Solid Gold Countdown” aired on Radio Gold every Saturday presented by Mutala Mutare (Prime Eye). He later became the producer for “205” a similar entertainment discursion program on the then Channel ‘R’ 92.7 FM presented by D.J Abio and also on Abeiku Santana’s program “Efie kwan so” he had a fifteen minutes segment titled “Celebrity Watch”  which took a critical look at things celebrities do that the public do not hear about on radio. It aired on Friday between 5:40pm and 5:55pm on Adom 106.3 FM.

His dedication and commitment to the showbiz industry has virtually made him a part of everything that goes on. He was also a writer for the one of the then most popular entertainment newspaper “Weekly Fylla” and a reporter for Eugene Osafo-Nkansah has being the producer for the biggest entertainment discussion program on radio presently “Entertainment Review” aired on Peace 104.3 FM presented by Kwasi Aboagye since 2006 till date and he is currently the Entertainment Editor, for Ghana’s most authoritative online portal

Eugene was a member of categorization committee for Ghana Music Awards for 3 years and the head of research for Vodafone Ghana Music Award (VGMA) from 2010 to 2015.

After almost a decade in the mainstream media in Ghana, Eugene has currently created his own brand and platform as a Blogger for which is a celebrity gossip and paparazzi website.

Eugene has also managed artistes like Nana King, Ex-Doe, A-Plus and several others. He has also worked as publicists for several celebrities including Kwaw Kese, Becca, Hammer of The Last Two, Edem, Nana Ama Mcbrown, Afia Schwarzenegger, Guru, Okyeame Kwame, Samini, Mzbel among others.

As graduate from Academy of Film Acting , acting is another side of this hardened critic and entertainment writer which has not being exploited yet. His experience and involvement in the industry puts him above his peers.



Vic Michael at City PeopleSeventh edition of the City People Entertainment Awards was held over the weekend, on Sunday July 24,2016 in Ikeja, Lagos State – Nigeria.

This year’s edition saw Ghana represented in style with the likes of Victoria Michaels, Selly Galley, Salma Mumin, Bibi Bright, Stephanie Karikari, Eugene Osafo-Nkansah, Isaac Aidoo of, Frankyn Cole of the Emperor Consult, Fella Makafui, Samuel Bravo, Adeyemi Adebayo, among host of others.

The elegant Mercy Aigbe and rib-cracking comedian, Adeyinka-the-first hosted of the show.

The entertainment award is an annual accolade presented by City People Magazine to honour Nigerian and Ghanaian entertainers.

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NKONKONSA.COM NOMINATED FOR CITY PEOPLE ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS 2016 logo (697mm x 193mm)The full list of nominees for the 7th City People Entertainment Awards (CPEA) are out and as usual a number of Ghanaian entertainment stakeholders have made it onto the list.‘s Eugene Osafo-Nkansah has been nominated for the Showbiz Blogger/Online Writer of the Year Award (Ghana).

The 2016 CPEA will be held on July 24, 2016 at Yard 158, Oregun, 34 Kudirat Abiola Way, Ikeja Lagos, Nigeria. The award aims at recognizing hard work in Africa’s entertainment industry and beyond.

Below is the full list of nominees

Best Actor of the Year Award (Ghana):

Richard Asante aka Kalybos,

Kofi Adjorlolo,

Umar Krupp,

Adjetey Annan,

Majid Michel,

James Gardiner,

Prince David Osei,

John Dumelo,

Artus Frank,

Van Vicker,

Chris Attoh.

Best Actress of the Year Award (Ghana):
Yvonne Okoro,

Jackie Appiah,

Juliet Ibrahim,

Christabel Ekeh,

Salma Mumin,

Martha Ankomah,

Yvonne Nelson,

Joselyn Dumas

Best Supporting Actor of the Year Award (Ghana):

Tosweet Annan,

Jose Tolbert,

John Dumelo,

Samuel Bravo,

Chris Attoh,

James Gardner,

Toosweet Annan,

Eddy Waltson.

Best Supporting Actress of the Year Award (Ghana):

Ella Mensah,

Zunnell Zuh,

Pascaline Edwards,

Doris Sackitey,

Kafui Danku,

Selly Gha Galley,

Emelia Brobbey,

Roseline Ngissah

Entertainment Company of the Year Award (Ghana):

Glitz Africa,

Knight House Entertainment,

Charter House,

Empire Entertainment,

Imajin Advertising,

Event Factory

Best Showbiz-Friendly Company of the Year Award (Ghana):



Jack Daniels,

Euro Star Limousines,


Joy Dadi Bitters

Face of Ghana Movies Award:

Zynnell Zuh,

Yvonne Okoro,

Kofi Adzololo,

Adjetey Annan,

Ella Mensah

Christabel Ekeh,

Majid Michel,

Yvonne Nelson,

Richard Asante aka Kalybos,

Umar Krupp,

Joselyn Dumas,

Adjetey Annan,

Prince David Osei

Best Movie of the Year Award (Ghana):

Ghana Must Go,


Amakye & Dede,

You May Kill the Bride,

No Man’s Land,

Any Other Monday,

Shattered Lives,

Candle in the Wind,

House Keepers

Hottest Ghanaian Actress In Nollywood:

Yvonne Okoro,

Zynnell Zuh,

Roseline Ngissah,

Ella Menshah,

Yvonne Nelson,

Joselyn Dumas,

Kafui Danku,

Jackie Appiah

Best Movie Director of the Year Award (Ghana):

Kofi Asamoah,

Pascal Amanfo,

Afe Olumowe

Abu Idi,

Frank Rajah

Most Promising Actress of the Year Award (Ghana):

Fella Makafui,

Patricia Opoku-Agyeman,

Lisa Awuku,

Rosemary Zimu

Best New Actress of the Year Award (Ghana):


Victoria Michaels,


Jessica Williams

Best Indigenous Actor of the Year Award (Ghana):

Kojo Nkansah aka Lilwin,

Bishop Bernard Nyarko,

Bill Asamoah,

Akwasi Boadi aka Akrobeto,

Kwaku Manu

Best Indigenous Actress of the Year Award (Ghana):

Christiana Awuni,

Clara Bensaon aka Maame Serwaa,

Portia Asare Boateng,

Vivian Jill Lawrence,

Tracey Boakye,

Kyeiwaa aka Rose Mensah,

Emelia Brobbey

Ghana Musician of the Year Award (Male):


Shatta Wale,




Bisa Kdei

Ghana Musician of the Year Award (Female):

Irene Logan,


Nana Yaa,

Yaa Yaa




TV Station with Best Showbiz Content Award (Ghana):


Viasat 1,

Joy Prime,

Metro TV,

4Syte TV,

Adom TV,



Radio Station With Best Showbiz Content Award (Ghana):

Hitz FM,


Live FM,

Peace FM,

Starr FM,

Pluzz FM,

Rainbow FM,

Hot FM,

Okay FM

TV Hostess of the Year Award (Ghana):

Adwoa Saah Boateng,

Gladys Osei-Wiredu,

Berla Mundi Addardey,

Selly Galley,

Nana Konadu,

Stacy Amoateng,

Gloria Sarfo,

Melody Kukua Ibrahim,

Naa Ashorkor,

Baisiwa Dowuona-Hammond

Showbiz Blogger/Online Writer of the Year Award (Ghana):

Zion Felix Adomako –,

Francis Addo –,

Eugene Osafo-Nkansah –,

Ebenezer Nana Yaw Donkoh – NYDJLive,

Cypress –,

Kwaku –,

Ameyaw Debrah –,

Ebenezer Anangfio –