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This Week In Celebrity: Afia Schwarzenegger Says Mzbel Should Stop Exchanging Nudes With People And Other Stories

We had quite a bit going on, in the Ghanaian entertainment scene this week.

First, we were served a bit of eye candy on Instagram: 

 

Also, Nana Ama McBrown has rubbished reports making rounds in the media that she’s dead. The beautiful actress took to her Instagram page to deny the rumours and inform fans that she’s strong, healthy and still kicking in life.

Ghanaian TV host, Afia Schwarzenegger says she ended her friendship with Mzbel because the 37-year-old got offended when she asked her to stop exchanging nude photos with people.

This is what she said on her Facebook Live interaction with her fans. “Mzbel is a grown woman who’s refusing to grow and learn. One thing I told Mzbel was to stop fighting with one lunatic girl on Instagram and as well stop exchanging nude photos and she got offended.”

Stonebwoy touched down in South Africa on the eve of Wednesday, February 8, together with his Manager, Sidi Mohammed.

He is in South Africa to feature in the next edition of the MTV “Shuga” produced TV Series. “Shuga” is a television soap opera that was first aired in November 2009 on MTV Base as part of an initiative dubbed “MTV Staying Alive Ignite!”

Also, Mr Eazi did some uncovering concerning his career growth and what defines his music style in an interview with Beats 1 Julie Adenuga.


He referred to his brand of songs as the ‘Banku Music’ which is basically a fusion of many sounds.
According to the singer, every sound of his is a representation of his cool personality.
I think it’s a mixture of everything, because first on the root of everything, it’s the drum patterns, you know if you listen to all of my records, you could sum it up to one particular drum pattern and that’s the crust of everything and then my ABC nurse rhythm lyrics. You know my hooks, I just keep everything chilled and that’s my personality, I bring my personality on the record so I feel like it’s everything, from the melody to the lingo, but at the crust, it’s really those, drums, it’s really the drum pattern.”

Wife of hiplife artiste, Coded of music group 4×4, has revealed that her husband is doing well after he was involved in car accident.
He is doing well now, we thank God that at least we didn’t hear any bad news even from the other car that bumped into him and himself as well. He is in pain, that I must say. He is in pain but he’s doing well. He will be fine,” she said.

See Also: Coded Of 4X4 Involved In A Near Fatal Acciden

Yvonne Nelson has stated emphatically that her direst wish is for African politicians to stop telling lies.
The talented actress who made headlines in 2015 over her nationwide campaign against the rampant power outages in Ghana, which was dubbed, “Dumsor vigil” made this remark during her interview on BBC’s Focus on Africa. 

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Asamoah Gyan says he is not thinking off retiring from the Black Stars anytime soon after many people suggested he should hang his boots but this what he he had to say, “I still have more time to play, I am still active and got energy, though it is not like before, but I can still play. As I said there is more time, I am just hoping for good health and injury free that will be the only thing that can help me to last in the game for long.”

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