Nigerians attack Sonnie Badu over xenophobic comments

Nigerians have descended heavily on UK-based Ghanaian gospel artist Sonnie Badu for xenophobic comments he shared on social media against the people of Nigeria.

Sonnie Badu in a Facebook post claimed Nigerians have attacked and robbed some Chinese and whites all in the name of retaliation.

He stated that Nigerians are attacking their fellow Nigerians and believes that such an act will not solve the attacks in South Africa in any way.

However, some Nigerians who felt offended about Sonnie Badu comments criticized him for spreading lies about their country.

They rained insults on him and asked him to verify his fact before spreading false stories;

See the comments below;

Kingsley Iserhienrhien had this to say; “Sonnie am not surprised ? you sharing what you heard without facts. You Ghanaians do maltreat Nigerians in your own country, you guys are not different from SA. Am talking out of experience but you, you heard. Ghanaians are nursing such hatred towards Nigerians in your neighborhood”.

Uchechukwu Okoronkwo also wrote; “Badu has acted irresponsibly. You don’t share what you hear…you confirm it first. FYI no foreigner has been attacked in Nigeria”.

Rosemond Idun commented; “Where was Sonnie Badu when The South Africans were attacking the Nigerians. Sometimes I don’t want to understand some of these hypocrites”.

Otunba Dotun also added; “Sonnie Badu you need to stop spreading fake news about Nigeria. Otherwise, God will deal with you”.

Kofi Asamoah spoke the truth, whites have sense than blacks – Moesha Boduong

Actress Moesha Bodoung has expressed her support for movie producer Kofi Asamoah’s very controversial comment about black mentality.

Kofi Asamoah in an Instagram video said whites were wiser and sensible than blacks and that is why their countries are developed and Africans continue to live in poverty.

This sparked public outcry with many people including actor Van Vicker calling him out.

Commenting on an Instagram post by zionfelix about the video, Moesha admitted that what Kofi said wasn’t far from the truth and queried why people would attack the Kofas Media boss for saying the obvious truth.

The bootylicious actress branded people condemning Kofi as hypocrites who hide and make the same utterances.

Nana Ama McBrown turns 42, gives praises to God and her husband

Talented Ghanaian actress Nana Ama McBrown celebrates her 42nd birthday today, 15th August 2019.

The versatile actress who couldn’t hide her joy took to Instagram to give praises to the Almighty God for blessing her with a child after struggling for 20 years to conceive.

Nana Ama McBrown who was in tears also expressed appreciation to her husband, Maxwell Mawu Mensah who has encouraged and supported her all these years despite the struggles they encountered.

“Today as I celebrate my 42nd birthday, I give thanks to God. It is said that ‘Life begins at 40’ but as for me, God has completed my life at age 42.

I also thank God for the life of my husband because, without him, I doubt if I would have given birth. My husband has been very patient with me all these years and has been my greatest pillar of strength and support.

I want to use this opportunity to say ‘Thank you’ to my husband. Maxwell, God bless you”, Nana Ama McBrown stated.

The actress who was full of praises to God explained how she has struggled since 1999 to have a child.

According to the mother of one, she has never undergone an abortion and also went through all clinical procedures to conceive but all proved futile.

Thankfully, Nana Ama McBrown welcomed her first child, Maxin Mawushi Mensah with her husband in March 2019 in Canada.

The beautiful and talented actress and husband, Maxwell Mensah got married in a private plush ceremony in 2016.

I don’t repeat what I wear – Fella Makafui brags

Ghanaian actress and philanthropist, Fella Makafui has revealed a huge portion of her earnings goes into what she wears.

In a video obtained by Zionfelix.net, Fella boasted of she not repeating what she wears.

She disclosed that she mostly gives them out and buy different dresses often.

The YOLO actress admitted that her actions are influenced by what the public would say.

She is afraid of being mocked for repeating clothes due to her popularity.

Fella Makafui gave a hint of how difficult it is to be a public figure—because of public pressure.

Fella added that she always put a limit to her movement due to the popularity she has amassed for herself.

Berla Mundi quits EIB Network, pens emotional message to Bola Ray

Popular radio and TV personality, Berla Mundi has revealed that she’s leaving Bola Ray’s Excellence In Broadcasting (EIB) Network in a lengthy post on Instagram.

People are speculating that she is heading to Media General Group, operators of TV3 but we cannot be certain at this point.

She thanked Bola Ray for realizing and harnessing her full potential, after which she bestowed God’s blessings on him for all the good things he has done for her.

Her message reads:

Dear @Bolarayofficial and EIB, thank you; thank you for helping me discover my true self, harness my strengths and work on my weaknesses; thank you for providing the most convivial atmosphere to create lasting memories, glue-tight bonds, endless, pure and genuine laughter; thank you for allowing me to share my God-given talent with millions of people across the world.

Our journey together consisted of many good moments and I would forever be grateful because you taught me to always view the cup as half-full rather than half empty.



Just like every chapter, ours has come to an end much sooner than I would have wanted, but I would forever cherish the family you were to me.

I take along with me all the lessons learnt as I begin a new journey with my new family and I hope that with your blessings, I can share the light and positivity with Media General who have by the way, welcomed me with open arms. I do look forward to creating more lasting memories here.

To my viewers and those that supported me, continue to pray for me as I promise you an all new experience at my new destination. I leave you with this piece, ‘Everything will make sense someday, so for now, laugh at your mistakes, smile through the tears and keep reminding yourself that everything really does happen for a reason’.

Like the Pink Carnation, I’ll never forget your impact in my life…..Thank you Bola Ray and EIB. Our paths will cross again. Until then, I wish you God’s blessings.
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PS// I still have a few more episodes on #TheLateAfternoonShowbefore I leave

Iceberg Slim is proud of me – Juliet Ibrahim speaks on featuring ex in book

Actress Juliet Ibrahim says her ex-lover, Iceberg Slim, is proud of her feat.

Juliet revealed she featured her failed relationship with the ‘Oluwa’ singer in her maiden memoir dubbed ‘A Toast To Life’.

Quizzed by JoyNews’ MzGee on ‘The Gist’ about the likelihood of Iceberg Slim becoming distraught about her write up on their intimacy, the actress disclosed that she and the Nigerian musician were on good terms.

“He doesn’t have a problem. We talk, we are cool, we are colleagues,” she said.

She added that Iceberg Slim, born Olusegun Olowokere, who was born in New York to Nigerian parents, was proud of her achievement as an author.

“He is very proud of me actually for doing what I have done because he knows I have always wanted to tell my story and I am sure that when he gets to read or whoever gets to read the book, they will understand; I also gave my very best in all my relationships,” the actress noted.

Juliet also noted that she was not without blame. She indicated that she had penned down her flaws with regard to every failed relationship of hers.

“I also spoke about where I messed up and my flaws and everything in certain situations and it is a lesson for everyone because it is when you come out of a relationship that you see what you could have done better,” Juliet Ibrahim noted.

The actress’ book launch in Accra was graced by the French Ambassador to Ghana, Mrs Anne Sophie AVÉ; Samia Nkrumah, Daughter of Dr Kwame Nkrumah and businessman, Oscar Yao Doe.

Former French international footballer, Marcel Desailly; colleagues from the showbiz fraternity including Joselyn Dumas, Sandra Ankobiah, Prince David Osei, Zynnell Lydia Zuh, Irene Logan and James Gardiner were also there to lend their support.

On-air personalities KOD, Nana Aba Anamoah, joined Juliet Ibrahim and sister Sonia Ibrahim in reading excerpts of the book to guests.

The Gist with MzGee, shows on JoyNews on MultiTV, DStv 421 on Saturdays and Sundays at 8.30pm

Presby Church rejected my National Service posting because of my hair – KiDi

Singer Dennis Nana Dwamena popularly known as KiDi, has disclosed that the Presbyterian Church refused him the opportunity to do his National Service at its Headquarters in Accra, after he was posted there.

Graduates from tertiary institutions in Ghana are obliged to carry out a compulsory 12-month National Service supervised by the National Service Secretariat.

In an interview with Franky 5 on ‘This Is Gospel’ on Hitz FM, KiDi revealed that staff at the Church’s Headquarters turned him away when he went to complete his registration.

‘‘It was the Presbyterian Headquarters…I didn’t choose it…That was my first posting. I remember that day walking into that building and those guys rejected me. They were like, ‘no you don’t look like you were supposed to work here. Are you sure they posted you here? Go back’,” he recounted.

According to KiDi, the Church refused to allow him to work in the organisation because of his hairstyle.

“I was wearing a nice shirt. I dressed like I was going to somebody’s job. They said my hair. They just looked at me and judged me that I cannot work there,” he said.

The ‘Gal Dem Sugar’ singer added that he went to the National Service Secretariat for reposting after the bitter rejection.

“The second posting is where I got, NSS Headquarters. I felt really bad. It was really sad for me. Why would you just look at somebody and judge them,” KiDi quizzed.

He was, however, happy that his National Service posting to the Presbyterian Headquarters was unsuccessful because he could not have worked with people who were very judgmental.

KiDi is also disturbed that Christians preach love but easily drive away people from the Church with their actions.

Moesha Boduong causes stir; shows off her huge ‘tundra’ in new video

Ghanaian actress and Instagram model, Moesha Boduong has caused a stir on social media with her latest activity on social media.

Moesha has shared a raunchy video in which she flaunted her huge and smooth backside.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Moesha was seen at the beach wearing a bikini.

With how the bikini was designed, one can clearly see Moesha’s huge backside.

The actress wasn’t feeling shy as she turned her backside, posing beautifully for the camera jamming to Shatta Wale’s Melissa.

Captioning the video, the curvaceous actress wrote, “So for all these years you were admiring and trolling me who was the jealous person here ??lol …i inspire you. Song @shattawalenima Mellisa.”

The video which has taken over the internet has attracted massive comments from social media users.

@moyolawalofficial commented: “Haa this ur bumbum has increase oooh.”

@didiekanem also wrote: “Sis can you walk with those.” @amahdennis not impressed: “Too much of bumbum dnt look fine anymore??? @moeshaboduong.”

@miz_debbie: “Kill dem with beauty my darling @moeshaboduong.” @just_coated: “Thanks for always being yourself, the fake ones are coming out.” Read more: https://yen.com.gh/131693-moesha-boduong-stir-shows-huge-tundra-video.html#131693

YEN.com.gh previously reported how Moesha displayed her sense of fashion. Moesha dazzled social media users after storming the 2019 BET Awards in grand style. At the event staged in California.

YEN.com.gh sighted photos of Moesha in which she promoted the Ghanaian culture on the international stage.

In photos from the event, Moesha was spotted in a beautiful kente cloth with a see-through black dress.

Stonebwoy and manager spotted hanging out with Jamaican singer, Chronixx

Celebrated Dancehall Star has recently been giving us hints of international collaborations as he has been sighted with notable reggae/Dancehall acts from the Carribeans, they include Buju Banton.

Recent act to be spotted hanging with Stonebwoy and his formidable manager is Jamaican musician, Chronixx.

The duo met Chronixx in London for his Boomtown Festival which is part of his Shuga Europe Tour.

Chronixx whose real name is Jamar McNaughton, is a Jamaican reggae artist. His new stage name Chronixx replaced the name “Little Chronicle” a given because of his father, the singer “Chronicle”.

Fans of Stonebwoy are anticipating a collaboration from the duo. They expect the product of their collaboration to be a sure global banger as the duo are very talented.

I’m too young to sign any artiste – Kuami Eugene

Highlife musician, Kuami Eugene has said that he is too young to sign on and manage another artiste.

According to him, he has not reached the level where he can take on the responsibility of managing someone else as he himself is still being trained.

Kuami Eugene’s comments come after his fans asked him to sign a young boy who sings just like him. In a video which went viral, the boy is seen singing Kuami Eugene’s latest song, Ohemaa featuring his Lynx Entertainment label mate, KiDi.

The Angela hitmaker himself was surprised at how well the boy could sing but said he cannot sign him on explaining that he was still learning.

“This guy is talented and I must say I was very surprised at the energy he displayed singing my song Ohemaa but I disagree with people when they say he sings like me. He sounds like himself and that is what I admire about him.

“I had people contacting me, especially my fans asking me to sign the guy. I feel I am too young to sign or train any artiste because I am also being trained by my record label Lynx Entertainment so how can I train another person?

“That is not possible. I have a long road ahead of me and there are lots of things I still need to learn in the music industry,” he told Showbiz recently.

Kuami Eugene said the best he could do for the boy was collaborate with him on a song.

“The farthest I can go for him is teach him one or two things I have learnt as an artiste and feature him, that is if only the song is good. This can give him the necessary foundation that he needs to do music.

“There are young talented musicians out there who need a little motivation to get to the top. They should be determined and not let the struggles of life bring them down because one day they going to make it,” he stated.

Known for songs such as Wish Me Well, Confusion, Fadama Boy and Walaahi, the Highlife Artiste of the Year at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards this year, said he was currently working on his new single with one of the top notch musicians in the country.

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