1.I-Always-Knew-Prez-Akufo-Addo-Will-Win-The-2016-elections-Daddy-Lumba-id6122594.html – Charles Kwadwo Fosu, known in the entertainment circles as Daddy Lumba says he knew New Patriotic Party flagbearer, Nana Akufo-Addo will win the 2016 general elections right from the start.
2.Ghanaian-Artistes-Are-Hypocrites-Bullet-Of-Ruff-n-Smooth-id6122085.html – The CEO of Ruff Town Records in an interview on Pulse TV described fellow musicians as hypocrites for failing to fight for the industry.
3.Inspector-Bediako-Pops-Up-For-Deputy-Tourism-Minister-504457 – The debate about who becomes deputy minister for Tourism seems not to end soon. Another name that has popped up is Ghanaian talented veteran actor Oscar Provencal.
4.Fans-Angry-At-Sarkodie-For-Posting-A-Request-For-The-General-Public-To-Help-A-Little-Girl-504493 – It seems Sarkodie has become the topic of the week as several people tend to find fault in anything the artiste does, especially in his social media posts.
5.I Am Sorry For Bibery Claim Against Gospel Musicians- George Aboagyep=8927 – Head of Communications for Charterhouse Ghana, organizers of the Ghana Music Awards, George Quaye, has apologized to gospel musicians for his comments that they offer bribes for awards.
6.Shatta-Wale-Says-People-Should-Stop-Begging-Charter-House-For-Awards-For-Him/ – The champion!! man is back again. We all know Shatta Wale and Charterhouse are not on good terms
7.Probe-IDP-Camp-Bombing-Not-Big-Brother-Naija-Yemi-Alade.php – Nigerian Afro-beat artiste, Yemi Alade, and renowned film maker, Fidelis Duker, are among the Nigerian entertainers who have frowned at the Federal Government’s decision to probe the shooting of the ongoing Big Brother Naija, BBN, reality TV show, in South Africa.
8.Shatta-Wale-To-Perform-In-Cape-Coast-In-February/ – The leader of the Shatta Movement, Shatta Wale, will headline a concert in Cape Coast next month.
9.Virginity-Is-A-Burden-Counsellor-Lutterodt-504430 – A heated argument between infamous pastor and counsellor, George Lutterodt and a number of women on Okay FM when the issue about prostitution and virginity arose.