Patapaa boycotts interview because of Ablekuma Nana Lace

Patapaa boycotts interview because of Ablekuma Nana Lace

Patapaa has accused producers of a radio show of disrespecting him by pairing him to appear on an interview with an ‘underground artiste’. The said ‘underground artiste’ here according to Patapaa is Ablekuma Nana Lace, a fast-rising internet sensation known for his rhyming skills. The two were scheduled to appear on Adom FM until Patapaa boycotted it saying ‘it will lower my brand’. In a report by adomonline, the Agona Swedru based musician insisted that he has risen above the level of the likes of Ablekuma Nana Lace. He opted out of the interview after…

5 truths about sex in a long-term relationship

5 truths about sex in a long-term relationship

Here’s what you can expect to experience in your sex life when you’ve been with your partner for a long time. In your teenage, pre-adulthood years when you weren’t getting any or a lot of sex, you would probably have thought about adults and married people and got the impression that they might be having a lot of sex as they do it with no boundaries. But of course, as you may have noticed, as you grew older and wiser, sex does not work that way. Even in the honeymoon…

Women, this is why you should learn to initiate sex more in your relationship

Women, this is why you should learn to initiate sex more in your relationship

It’s not every time that you will have to wait for your partner to make the first move. Not only has it been claimed that the average male thinks of sex at least once in a day, men have also been known to initiate sex twice as much as women do! Also a lot of women do not feel comfortable initiating sex, because of social conditioning that has led them to believe that being the sexual aggressor renders them a ‘slut’ or a ‘whore,’ and for people with such mindset,…

Togolese footballer, Emmanuel Adebayor jams to Stonebwoy’s ‘Putuu’ song

Togolese footballer, Emmanuel Adebayor jams to Stonebwoy’s ‘Putuu’ song

Stonebwoy seems to be getting all the buzz around his ‘Putuu’ song albeit the nonsensical nature of the lyrics. In fact, about 95% of the lyrics in the song are pure gibberish. Ever since it was dropped, the people are loving it across the length and breadth of the country. It has been an anthem for most occasions. From naming ceremonies to weddings and all other social gatherings have the Putuu song as a mood breaker. The fans created a challenge around it which went viral and trended on twitter for…

Fuse ODG burns painting of Jesus Christ

Fuse ODG burns painting of Jesus Christ

UK-based Ghanaian afrobeats star Fuse ODG has committed what many Christians deem as blasphemy as he sets a painting of Jesus Christ ablaze. Jesus Christ is considered as the founder and a strong pillar of Christianity as well as the saviour of humanity. Thus, his name and images are held in high esteem across churches in the world. However, the ‘Dangerous Love’ hitmaker believes it’s wrong for Christians, especially Africans, to hang the images of Christ on their walls in churches and in their homes. According to Fuse ODG, the…

Free electricity till end of year for lifeliners – Akufo-Addo

Free electricity till end of year for lifeliners – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has said his government will provide free electricity supply to lifeline tariff customers until the end of the year. In his 14th COVID-19 address to the nation on Sunday, 26 July 2020, President Nana Akufo-Addo said the electricity tariff relief, among others, is aimed at lessening the burden on that category of power consumers amid the coronavirus pandemic. The President also reiterated some other reliefs outlined by Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta in the government’s mid-year budget review and how his administration intends fixing the economy post-COVID-19. “Three…

Reduce transport fares now – COPEC

Reduce transport fares now – COPEC

The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers – Ghana (COPEC) is demanding the immediate reduction of transport fares following the President’s 14th COVID-19 address on Sunday, 26 July 2020 in which he said taxis and commercial buses (trotros) can now resume full-capacity passenger loading. The President said: “In consultation with the Ministries of Transport and Aviation, and the leadership of transport operators, the government has taken the decision to lift the restrictions in the transport sector, and allow for full capacity in our domestic airplanes, taxis, trotros and buses”. “The wearing of…

Female artistes in Ghana are only supported when we expose our body – Singer Sefa

Female artistes in Ghana are only supported when we expose our body – Singer Sefa

Singer Sefa has expressed disgust over how Ghanaian female artistes are treated in the country’s entertainment industry. According to her, female artistes are not given the needed support and attention when they decide to execute their art with decency. Speaking on TV3’s entertainment show with host MzGee, Sefa stated that the only time they get attention is when the female musicians like herself expose their skin or act seductively. “There are a lot of people that really sing; a lot of amazing musicians. Efya is there; Efya sings but then…

Better late than never, wake up to the digital world – Diana Hamilton to colleague musicians

Better late than never, wake up to the digital world – Diana Hamilton to colleague musicians

Gospel musician, Diana Hamilton, has advised her colleague musicians to utilize opportunities of online video-sharing and streaming platforms to enhance their music careers. Diana Hamilton urged her fellow gospel musicians not to lose sight of the digital age which has become the new world. She was responding to recent comments by gospel singer Ernest Opoku that streaming platforms benefit secular artistes than gospel artistes. According to Ernest Opoku, gospel musicians do not make money from the streaming platforms, hence he wished for the old ways of making profits from the sale of…

Ghana’s COVID-19 load hits 32,969 with 29,494 recoveries

Ghana’s COVID-19 load hits 32,969 with 29,494 recoveries

Ghana’s COVID-19 caseload has hit 32,969, President Nana Akufo-Addo has said. In his Sunday address to the nation on the COVID-19 situation, the President said: “At first glance, it is alarming to see that thirty-two thousand, nine hundred and sixty-nine (32,969) people have so far contracted the virus”. “But a closer look at the data will tell you that we are steadily on the path towards limiting and containing the virus, and, ultimately, defeating it. The figure to look out for is the number of active cases”, he said. “When…