This Week In Celebrity: “Fools And Villagers Will Compare Me To Samini And Stonebwoy” – Shatta Wale, Nana Ama Mcbrown Releases Wedding Photos And More

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


We aren’t quite sure what it is she’s wearing, but we looooovvveee it!!!!


When I say “Eye”, you say “Candy!!!”


That Grammy consideration glow!


You this boy!


Look. At. That. Dress.





Shatta Wale yesterday, in a video he posted on Facebook said anyone who compares him to Stonebwoy and Samini is a villager, a fool and a brainless git.

Well, he didn’t say git, but it sounds sooo much better.

“Anyone who compare me to any Dancehall artistes is a villager, a fool, and an individual who has no brains…If there is fire here and I say I want to pass through, those dogs cannot pass through. If I say I want to do something those Dancehall artistes you are comparing me to cannot do it so why do you compare me to them”, he said.

In the same video, he promised to buy a new car for one of his loyal fans and also said the Ghana entertainment industry is full of hypocrites.
Also, Bishop Daniel Obinim has denied predicting that Nana Akuffo Addo of the New Patriotic Party will be victorious in the upcoming elections.

According to him, the media misquoted what he said.
“I was telling the congregation of a revelation that I had a year ago pointing to the fact that the NPP is gaining root in Ghana now because in the spiritual realm they are more in numbers than NDC. So I showed them a classical example right in the Church by calling out all NDC members to stand on their feet. When I counted them, they were 44 out of the over 5000 members of my church. And I asked NPP members to also stand, and it confirmed it all”
Kumawood actress, Nana Ama Mcbrown who tied the knot three months ago, didn’t release any of her wedding photos until last Friday.

Here are some of the photos:

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Do you remember Sony Achiba? He has been off the Ghanaian music scene for about fourteen years, after his ‘Sony Maba’ hit song. Sony Achiba spoke in a rare interview on Kumasi’s biggest late afternoon radio show, Drive Time on Luv FM from his United Kingdom base, on Thursday.


He told the host, DJ Reuben, that he travelled with his family to the United Kingdom in 2004 to further his education and also revealed he is almost done with his next music album which will be released early next year.
Sarkodie over week dropped a new single titled, “Fa Sor Ho” even though he said some weeks ago that he was taking a break for the rest of the remaining year to concentrate on SarkCess Music act Akwaboah



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