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Ebony Needs Love Not Insults – Sonnie Badu

 

“Baba” hitmaker, Sonnie Badu has called on Ghanaian media, entertainers and the general public to stop criticizing and insulting sensational dancehall diva, Ebony, for her nudity style of dressing.

Songstress Ebony has received backlashes from some entertainers like Obour as well as the public for her half-naked fashion style, but has received massive support from her father, Nana Poku Kwarteng.

In an interview with Peace FM’s Sammy Kumah (Sammy Kay), answering a question on whether he (Sonnie Badu) enjoys secular music, he revealed he listens to songs from Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, Ebony etc.

He also called on the public to love and support Ebony and accept her for who she is.
“Everyone has his/her own reason for behaving a certain way, therefore before you criticize anyone, listen to the person’s story and know what they have been through”.

“All Ebony needs is love, not insults because she is indeed a great talent, although she is known for half-naked dressing, she didn’t dress that way when she launched her album recently, and that is why there is the need to know why she sometimes dress that way, the “Okokroko” hitmaker explained.

The UK based Ghanaian gospel singer further added,” we shouldn’t be hypocrites, most of those who insult her for dressing half naked are the same people who go to watch her shows”, Sonnie Badu stated.

source:akrasibridget.com

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Patapaa In Critical Condition After Accident; No Pedestrian Killed

 

One corner hitmaker “Amisty Patapaa has debunked media reportage of knocking down two kids and killing them at the spot in motor accident.

“I didn’t knocked down anyone when the accident happened and killed any two kids at the spot as many media house are reporting it but I am rather the one injured, I even spit blood” said Patapaa on Hitz fm daybreak show with Andy Dosty on 12th December, 2017.

It was earlier in the news that Patapaa on his return from a show had an accident and killed 2 kids at the spot which he has debunked.

He stated on the show that, the accident occurred as a result of a damaged taxi which was wrongly parked by the roadside.

Patapaa also revealed he is a learner and do not have a permanent driving licence, and uses a temporal driving licence in cruising around in his newly acquired car.

Source:  akrasibridget.com

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Family Of the Late KABA Officially Invites Ex President Rawlings

 

Information reaching akrasibridget.com indicates that, a delegation of nine members from the family of the late Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong (KABA) the host of Asem fm’s (Ekosii Sen) program who died recently after a short illness at the Kolebu Teaching Hospital, visited the office of the former President Jerry John Rawlings on Monday December 11, 2017.

The delegation led by the Chief of Adumasa, Nana Ansah Kwao (IV) visited the office of the ex President Rawlings to officially inform and invite him to the final funeral rite which is slated for December 16, 2017 at the forecourt of the State House in Accra.

The body will be laid in state for the public to pay their last respect, and will be followed by the pre burial service after which he will be laid to rest at the Osu Cemetery.

Former President Rawlings, upon receiving the invitation, expressed his condolence to the bereaved family and assured them of his presence at the ceremony.

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GHOne TV’s Baisiwa Apologises To Viewers Over Tic Tac Walk Out

Co-Host of GHOne TV’s GH Today Baisiwa Hammond has rendered an unqualified apology to their viewers over the interview with Tic Tac which ended abruptly.

Tic Tac who was in the GHOne’s studio on Friday to promote his new song ‘Pray’ walked out after realising that Shatta Wale’s song was being played.

He said he was not there to promote Shatta’s song and didn’t see the need to continue with the interview.

Responding to a question posed to him by Baisiwa, on his recent beef with Shatta, he said his hustle was bigger than that of Shatta.

But in a tweet, Baisiwa said the song was not played with any malice intended.

“With respect to the interview with hiplife artist Tic Tac some few minutes ago, we apologize that the interview did not end as planned. We want to state that the song wasn’t played with any malice intended and we apologize unreservedly to viewers,’ she apologised.

Source: ultimatefmonline.com

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Angry Tic Tac Walks Out Of GHOne TV Studio Over Shatta Wale Video

Celebrated Ghanaian Hiplife artiste Tic Tac on  8th December, 2017 angrily walked out of GHOne live interview whiles Shatta Wale’s video was being shown.

Tic Tac who has been engaging in a beef with self -acclaimed Dancehall king Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr popularly called Shatta Wale got annoyed after he realised that the station was showing Shatta’s video instead of his new video ‘Pray’.

He immediately got up from the sofa, dropped the mic and left. Attempt by Baisiwa Hammond to calm him down proved futile.

Upon realising that Shatta’s video was showing, he queried “Are you showing Shatta Wale’s video? Is it because we are talking about him [Shatta Wale]?…I did not come here to promote Shatta Wale,” he pointed out.

The ‘Philomena’ hitmaker has been fighting with Shatta Wale after the latter accused him of being broke for failing to put into good use his talent during his prime.
Shatta has said Tic Tac cannot release any hit song.

But during the interview, Tic Tac said his hustle was bigger than Shatta’s own and that he is not God to determine what the future holds for him.

‘Oh Shatta is he God?, he is not God, he breathes something, Shatta is breathing air and that air is a gift of life from Jehovah God, so he is also breathing, when God takes it, that is it, so you can’t control your life or mine, so that is what he should learn,… I respect his hustle, I expected him to do same,’ he said.

He stated that he pities Shatta’s comments on issues advising him to leave a good legacy.

source : ultimatefmonline.com