Sunday, 28 February 2016

Actress Efia Odo says 'I don’t want people to see me as a sex object to men'

Efia Odo
Ghanian Actress Efia Odo says she does not want people to see her as a sex object.

According to her, the perception people have about her is very wrong, adding that, she plays different roles and has a lot of personalities.

“I am not what people think I am, you need to come close to me, you need to feel me, and you need to know me before you judge. Maybe I am given sexual roles to play because of what they see or my body,” she said in an interview with Vanessa Gyan on Sincerely Vee.

The Royal Diadem actress also appealed to fans to stop seeing her as an attention seeker.

“I am not an attention seeker, and I don’t want people to see me as one.”

Efia Odo made her debut movie appearance at the premiere of “Royal Diadem”. The budding actress is known in private life as Andrea Owusu.

Saturday, 5 December 2015

Ghanian Star, Jackie Appiah turns 32 today

Jackie Appiah
Jackie Appiah born December 5, 1983, is a Ghanaian actress. For her work as an actress, she has received several awards and nominations, including the awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2010 Africa Movie Academy Awards and Best Actress in a supporting Role at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2007.

She received two nominations for Best Actress in a leading role and Best Upcoming Actress at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2008.

Jackie Appiah is the last of five children. She was born in Canada and spent her early childhood in Canada, and moved to Ghana with her mother at age 10. She is popularly known by her maiden name, Jackie Appiah. Jackie Appiah has a son.

Jackie Appiah’s appearance on screen became regular when she was invited by Edward Seddoh Junior the writer of Things We Do For Love as she played the role of Enyonam Blagogee. She later took part in Tentacles, Games People Play, Sun-city and many other TV series.

Jackie Appiah remembers herself as being very shy the first time she went on set, “It was a Venus Film Production titled Divine Love and I had to play the role of Kate, the protagonist. I didn’t believe I did too good. I fumbled but many people did not notice it.” Despite her nerves the first timer said she succeeded in impressing everyone.

Jackie Appiah says her best part was in Mummy’s Daughter by Venus Films. The film tells the story of the Bartels Family where she played the role of Princess, the daughter. “I loved how I acted and I was happy with the role I played”.

Jackie Appiah now sees the local film industry as having changed for the better. She thinks that others will see its ultimate success.

Fans roast Yvonne Nelson on bikini picture

A lot of people have mixed feeling over the recently uploaded pictures on the internet. Sometimes, fans can be very rude. I remember an earlier post within the week where Stonebwoy’s fans blasted him on his Facebook wall for a tattoo he made on one of the hands.

Majority of the fans were like “we don’t want that tattoo, clean it, what is that, you are king so be different” and a lot.

Now, its no longer Stonebwoy, Yvonne Nelson falls into the same trap. The actress who led the historical “dumsor” vigil within the year posted a picture of herself on her page and it sparked something else.

Her fans really blasted her for flashing her body to the general public. Am sure most forgot that she was an actress.

Now let's take a look at the picture and some comments, by clicking 'Photos'.
Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Yvonne Nelson shows Her Bikini Body

Yvonne Nelson
Hot as ever, Ghanian Star Actress-Yvonne Nelson has start the month with s*xiness—she posted two bikini photos this morning on her instagram page and as usual, the fans came in with complimentary comments.

Yvonne has a nice body and the over years, she has given us several bikini shots—indicating that she is proud of her body and has no problem flaunting it.

Occasionally, we’ve had some comments come through which have suggested her boobies are too small and as such she should not be rocking bikinis.
Whatever it is, the owner of the body seems to love it

Witness on Gyans Case : I can’t tell whether or not Gyan had it with Sarah

Gyan Scandal
It has been lingering weather or not, the black star Skipper, Captain Asamoah Gyan had it with Sarah Kwablah, this was a prosecution witness on Monday

Samuel Anim Addo told an Accra Circuit Court that because he did not enter the apartment of Sarah he could not tell what went on there when he and three others paid her a visit.

Mr Addo said this while answering questions under cross-examination by Dr Maurice Ampaw, counsel for Sarah Kwablah.

Sarah, a student, is standing trial with three others namely, Osafo Anthony a 29-year old journalist, Chris Handler, a 24-year old blogger and Ekow Micah a 43-year old musician over an alleged  video scandal involving Black Stars Captain Asamoah Gyan.

They have also been charged with conspiracy and extortion.

Micah Ekow, a Musician and an accomplice, was charged with abetment of crime and they have denied the charges.

Sarah was admitted to bail in the sum of GHC 60,000.00 with three sureties after pleading not guilty to the charges of conspiracy and extortion.

Anthony and Handler have also been admitted to a bail of GH? 60,000.00 with three sureties.

Micah was also given a bail of GH? 20,000 with two sureties before the Court presided over by Ms Afi Agbanu Kudimor.

Mr Addo, Gyan’s Manager, admitted that he, Gyan and two others visited Sarah at her apartment but denied he (Mr Addo) introduced Sarah to Gyan.

According to the prosecution witness, Gyan introduced Sarah to him, early this year and he (Gyan) did not inform him about what happened in Sarah’s apartment.

Mr Addo disagreed with defence counsel that he locked Sarah’s bedroom after Gyan had entered.

The witness denied that he convinced Sarah to abort her pregnancy.

According to Mr Addo he advised Sarah to stop posting threatening messages to Gyan and concentrate on how the baby would be catered for.

Witness denied that he was going to offer any amount to Sarah if she aborted her pregnancy.

Mr Addo disagreed with counsel’s assertion that he (Mr Addo) took Sarah to a fake doctor for the pregnancy to be terminated.

Witness told the Court during a meeting with the Police at Odorkor that it came to light that there were some inconsistencies in relation to the date that Sarah got pregnant and that of the medical report on Sarah after medical examination.

The prosecutor Assistant Commissioner of Police Moses Atibillah said on September 18 the Court was told that Mr Addo is the complainant and a manager of Gyan.

Mr Atibillah said Anthony is an employee of Handler and that in June, an alleged sodomy story broke out in Ghana’s electronic and print media and the said story was attributed to Gyan.

ACP Atibillah explained that in the said publication Sarah alleged that Gyan had had sexual intercourse and anal things with her; she became pregnant as a result of the act.

According to the prosecutor, Sarah discussed the issue with Micah and met Anthony and Handler to discuss the issue to publish the story on their website in order to scare Gyan who will in turn give them money.

Anthony and Handler published the first story on their website and promised to release the tape in their subsequent editions.

Prosecution said a witness in the case read the story on their website known as and alerted the complainant.

The complainant contacted Anthony on phone and they threatened to release the tape unless a colossal amount was paid or a house was bought for Sarah.

ACP Atiibilah said in the complainant’s bid to protect the image of Gyan asked Anthony and Handler to hold on with the publication.

Prosecution said Anthony and Handler threatened to defame Gyan and they called for an urgent payment of the money.

The complainant, prosecution said, feigned interest to pay and when Handler was contacted they charged GH? 30,000.00 and after some bargaining, and they settled on GH?25,000.00.

He said the complainant, Anthony and Handler agreed to meet at the London Restaurant and later reported the matter to the Police.

He said on July 29, Anthony came to the London Restaurant and $1,000.00; GH?6,000.00 and a cheque of GH?15,000.00 were given to him.

Anthony was, however, nabbed when he received the money. The rest of the accused persons were arrested later.The case has been adjourned to December 10.

Saturday, 28 November 2015

Star Ghanian Actress Moesha Boduong Shows Big B00bs Again

 Actress Moesha Boduong
It was all Eyepoping at the 2015 4syte TV Music Video Awards, when the all Endowed,Curvy Ghanaian actress Moesha Boduong, who exposed part of her b00bs at the , has explained that it was not intentional

The actress, who is known for showing off her curvy body, appeared on the red carpet in a blue sleeveless gown with her breasts almost popping out of the dress.

She explained to that her dress was inspired by Hollywood actress Keke Palmer who wore a similar dress to the 2014 Emmy Awards but her designer couldn’t get the top part of the dress right.

“It was a wall drop malfunction. The seamstress didn’t get it right. The dress wasn’t supposed to be like that at all. She was supposed to put something at the top part to hold my b00bs but she didn’t put it there. So when I sit down then the part that is supposed to hold my b00bs will rather be folding and my b00bs almost got out,” she explained.

She said she didn’t notice any problem with the dress when she wore it at home and took some pictures because the dress was looking great on her in the photos she took. According to her, she only saw the flaw in the dress when she was in the car on her way to the event, by which time it was too late to change the dress.

“There was a problem with the whole dress and I noticed it at the last minute so I just had to walk like that; but it wasn’t supposed to be like that. I thought I would be able to pull it up when it folded but the down part of the dress was very heavy so I had to hold it when walking. I had my purse, my phone and I was in high heels so the dress gave me a lot of troubles.”

Moesha said she had no choice than to go on stage with the dress because she had agreed to present an award on the night, adding that since she was present at the venue, organisers insisted that she went on stage.

“The dress was really an epic failure and I was so angry and didn’t even want to go on stage to present the awards because of the dress but the organisers insisted that I was already there so I have to go on stage.”

Moesha went on stage with actor Harold Amenyah to present an award to rapper E.L.

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

A Must Read - Yvonne Nelson : My lesbian story

A recent interview with Ghanian Star Actress, and  Nollywood stars Yvonne Nelson was a revelation in so many ways, Yvonne is among those I had not had a close relationship with.
I had watched her from afar, seen countless number of her movies and had always thought she was a great and talented actress – someone who combined poise, beauty and style. I had also heard of some unsavory things ascribed to her – the rumors of sexual orientation which some say verged between pure lesbianism and bi-sexualism – all manner of shenanigans that had been whispered and published about her.
Some years ago, she came out with a movie, “Heart of Men”, in which she seemed to have appeared in frontal nudity– a development that set off a firestorm of protest among Nollywood lovers –with many condemning the exploitation of graphic sexual images to promote and sell movies – which was a deviation of what Nollywood had always been seen to represent: a family friendly entertainment medium.
Added to an alleged fight for supremacy between her and fellow Ghanaian actress – Jackie Appiah – a development that was said to have resulted in her much publicized one-year ban from Nollywood- you begin to have a profile of an actress who may come across as a diva and somewhat opinionated.
It was with mindset that I welcomed the chance to interview Yvonne Nelson, when her representative called and informed me that the pretty actress was in New York, and would love to talk to me. And so, on the balmy and unseasonably warm evening of March, 2012,
I drove to the Marriot Hotel located at the heart of Times Square, Manhattan, where she was staying, to do this interview.
Bad girl roles
The first revelation was that Yvonne Nelson is an exceedingly pretty actress –far prettier in real life than in her movies. Second, she is a far cry from those bad girl roles she plays in movies. Yvonne neither smokes nor drinks. An offer of drinks from me was flatly but graciously rejected. Her depiction as a diva also felt flat because the Yvonne that I saw and interviewed was thoroughly grounded and even shy.
So why all the misconceptions?, I asked her. In a diction and vocal cadence that showed a highly educated and urbane mind, Yvonne told me she had been hugely misunderstood. “That is why I am willing to address some of those misconceptions now. Even though it pains me to have to talk about them, but I will. I am nothing close to the roles I play in movies. People should understand that I am an actresses and I get scripts that expect me to act in a certain manner. As a consummate professional, I am not going to turn down those scripts because
I was expected to act in a certain manner,”she said. “I am aware that some people took exception to the role I played in the movie “Heart of Men” where there appeared to be some form of frontal nudity, but the truth of the matter is that there was no such overt display of nudity. But let’s even for the sake of argument say there was some nudity, why are we so judgmental and somewhat hypocritical?
The same people who took issues with that movie watch Hollywood movies where sexually graphic scenes are shown in a most morally appalling manner. We don’t condemn such roles; we, as a matter of fact, celebrate such roles. I am not an advocate of nudity or sexually graphic images in our movies. I have actually spoken against some of those tendencies; I will never appear frontally nude in any movie no matter the fees promised.
“I have morals and my morals are held closely to my chest. As you may recall, I was not the only person in that scene; there were others, and I am always at a loss when my role appeared to have been the one that garnered the most reaction. If you have been following the industry, which I believe you do, overt resort to nudity has been greatly reduced. It was a phase-one that was experimented by some producers and realizing that it ran counter to the values that Nollywood orGallywood espoused, the producers went back to doing stories that are heavy on family values.”
One of the rumors that dominated the industry, last year, was one that centered on her sexual orientation. It was widely speculated that Yvonne Nelson was a lesbian or, at best, a bi-sexual. Until this moment, Yvonne had not commented on that rumor and when I asked her what her real sexual orientation was, she looked me straight in the eye and said “look at me….what do you think? Of course, I am not a lesbian.
Lesbianism is against my religious beliefs, it’s against my cultural norms and I think it was very mischievous for people to insinuate such about someone they hardly knew. The rumor was started by a notorious website in Ghana last year when they reported that they had never seen me with a man. In their warped and twisted calculation, I was thus a lesbian. Can you imagine such crass reasoning?
That they had not seen me with a man, and may have seen me with my girlfriends going out to have fun, and then automatically I was a lesbian. It was a hatchet job – an attempt to discredit me, but they all failed. I am heterosexual and would remain one till the end. When you are in the public light as I have been blessed and privileged to being, your life becomes a public property and some mischievous people will say all manner of things about you. It comes with the territory, so I forgive them.”
‘Jim Iyke and I’
Sometime ago, it was also reported that Yvonne was in involved in a hot romance with Nollywood actor – Jim Iyke. Jim Iyke then was hot and heavy with the Jamaican model – Ketura Hamilton – an affair that has since ruptured.
Jim is now seeing fellow Gallywood actress, Nadia Buari. I asked Yvonne if she was not treading on dangerous path if indeed she had ever dated Jim Iyke. Smiling, Yvonne told me “I am not dating Jim Iyke – and that’s the truth, but I want to confess that we have very close relationship. We have great chemistry together – call it some form of magic between us, especially when we act together.
He is a hot guy and I like him a lot. We are always together when he comes to Ghana to act in movies, I drive him around. When I am in Nigeria, he does the same for me. But does that mean that we are dating? The answer is no. We are great friends – the manner I am with Majid Michel, John Dumelo – these are great and hot friends of mine as well. Does it mean that I must date ever person that I have an on-screen chemistry with?
People should learn to be less judgmental. There is nothing wrong about having a friendship with a co-star and not talking it to the physical level.”
Given that the reason she was alleged to be a lesbian was because she had not been regularly seen with boyfriend, I asked Yvonne if she was currently dating. “I am not dating now –conventionally speaking – but I wouldn’t say that I am desperate for a relationship at the same time.
People have asked me if I don’t think I should be considering settling down, and I tell them that I appreciate their concerns but that I am still very young. I don’t have to rush to get married because everyone is doing so. When the time comes, I will get married. This may surprise you: I am a simple girl – very easy to date. If I go out with a date, it doesn’t cost the man money. I don’t order expensive champagne, I don’t order exotic meals. My drink of choice is orange juice.
Most women would say they are looking for a chiseled man –those with perfect six-packed abs – well, good luck to them. I am not interested in macho men. I am more interested with the substance-the values and the humanity the man brings to the table than with his physical or material possessions. I work hard, so I don’t expect my man to have to slave to satisfy me. I am sure this may surprise you, because any one who looks at me – analyses the roles I play – may incorrectly define me according to those roles. That is the exact opposite of what and who I am – so when the time is right for me to get married, God will bring that guy to me. “
‘No problem with Jackie’
Some years ago, it was widely reported that Yvonne was banned from Gallywood and Nollywood for one year due to her alleged rift and diva attitude toward fellow Ghanaian actress – Jackie Appiah –an actress she is said to be engaged in a fight of supremacy with. I asked Yvonne what was the status of her relationship with Jackie. In a body language that showed she was weary of being thought to entertain animosity towards Jackie, she said: “I don’t have problems with Jackie Appiah at least any that I know of. The industry is large and big enough to accommodate everyone, so the notion that I am in some form of competition with her to determine who is a better actress is ludicrous.”
“But according to published report, you were said to have been banned because you wanted same treatment given to Jackie Appiah on set to be accorded you, and when that didn’t happen, you were said to have stormed offset, leading to your being banned for conduct not befitting a top actress”, I pointedly told Yvonne. “First of all, let me set the record straight – no one banned me. I was not banned, period. I was working throughout the period they claimed I was banned. Concerning my request to be accorded same treatment as Jackie Appiah, that again is misleading and untrue. I think I have worked hard enough and established enough bonafides to have certain things I need in the industry without having to make an issue out of those demands. I don’t know if some of these rumors emanated
from camps that wanted to amplify a non-existent hostility and rivalry
between Jackie and I. I was in the university for four years and was acting at the same time. Most times, there were conflicts between my lectures and time I was supposed to be on set and I would make some demands and, most times, things didn’t go so well on set and, because I wasn’t going to compromise my studies, I tried as much as possible to manage the two competing demands. Sometimes, I had to make choices that may not have been pleasant with certain actors and producers. I want to say that I have no regrets for pursuing my education, at the same time, giving my best to the industry. It has made me a better actress – and one with a better inquiring mind”.

NDC Tells Mahama to Name Candidate

Ghanian President John Dramani Mahama was told by the NDC to name a running mate for the 2016 general elections before the close of 2015.

The party says early announcement of a running mate alongside a manifesto would help it to start the process to retain power in 2016.

Speaking to journalists yesterday after the party’s weekend parliamentary and presidential primaries, NDC General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia aka General Mosquito, said selecting a running mate before the end of the year would enable the party “prepare ourselves for the elections in 2016.”

There are strong indications that Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur would be retained for the 2016 polls, even though there are dissenting voices for his displacement, in order to have a succession plan in place in the event that the NDC wins the coming elections.

“The party will strongly advise his Excellency the President to trigger the process of making our running mate known so that we can prepare ourselves for the elections in 2016,” Mr Asiedu Nketia said.
He explained that the NDC’s constitution gives the presidential candidate the prerogative to select his running mate in consultation with the party.

“According to our rules, it is our leader who initiates the process; he will do the nomination and begin the consultation process – consulting the party headquarters, Council of Elders and then bring out the nominee for acceptance. Once the nominee is accepted then he is outdoored. We ought to finish this process of filling our slates by completing our parliamentary and presidential primaries. Getting our running mate and then getting our manifesto launched then the rest will be coasting down to victory,” Asiedu Nketia posited.

‘No’ Votes

President Mahama was endorsed by the NDC delegates for the 2016 elections, garnering 95 percent of ‘Yes’ votes.

Despite the massive endorsement, some social media patrons have been ridiculing the president after 61,836 voted ‘No’,   representing 4.8 percent of total votes cast. Those who voted ‘No’ were averse to the president being endorsed as the standard bearer of the party for next year’s elections.

Interestingly, his home region, the Northern Region, recorded the highest ‘No’ votes of 10,190, with his hometown of Bole ‘honouring’ him with 990 ‘No’ votes. Sawla Tuna Kalba, which used to be part of the Bole constituency, also gave President Mahama 1,084 ‘No’ votes.
Saturday, 19 October 2013

Woe on Politicians for riding in $130k cars - Kofi Wayo slams

Chuck Kofi Wayo
Chuck Kofi Wayo expanciates that a classic case scenario of what plain-talking is, ‘Ghanaians barbarism is up in the news as a 53-year-old peasant woman, who suffers acute buruli Ulcer on the face, is abandoned, while a little philanthropic money that has come her way is believed to have gone down the pocket of a big man.

Madam Agnes Yawson, who lives in Mankessim, has been totally disfigured by the ulcer on her face because she does not have GH140,000 that is required for surgery.

A front-page story on her condition by the Ghanaian Times newspaper, earlier this month, is believed to have yielded response from Cal Bank which, sometime ago, made some cash donation towards her treatment.

Prior to the Cal Bank aid, only Mr. Kofi Wayo, who is like Ghana’s big nagging Uncle, attempted to do something about it, including getting the Ghanaian Times, to do the front-page story requesting donations to pay for the surgery on the woman’s face.

As Wayo would put it, “none of the politicians who drive in 130,000 dollar cars would have time for such a citizen.”

Having occupied himself with issues of the well being of ordinary Ghanaians since he returned from the US decades ago, helping Madam Yawson was just the natural thing to do for Mr. Wayo. He stated off with a donation of GH700.

Unfortunately, Mr. Wayo and the family of the woman are alleged to have entrusted the big man (name withheld) in Mankessim, with the GH700. The said big man is described to be a smooth talker who boasts of being a brother of sorts to the late president Atta Mills.

The Enquirer newspaper could not confirm whether the big man sank the GH700 into his pocket after he had taken it from Mr. Wayo in the name of the woman’s sickness and has since not given a toss about the woman, as attempts to reach him proved futile.

On Tuesday, this week, Mr. Wayo was however full of digest for the suspected betrayal of trust by the big man after he had visited Madam Yawson at the 37 Military Hospital where the ulcer patient had been referred to by the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital for further testing.

But Mr. Wayo was not too surprised about the alleged perfidy of the big man. “You have ministers in this country driving in 130,000 dollar cars while people like this sick woman can’t even afford surgery money to save their lives,” he sneered. Mr. Wayo, who is constantly in the villages of Ghana donating farming implements to peasants and reaching many with philanthropy, has helped over 30 people like madam Yawson undergo surgery.

But as an individual, he acknowledges that he cannot do it all alone and so he wants the government and corporate organizations to come to the aid of the ordinary citizens, starting from Madam Yawson Agnes.

“If the Government really cares about citizens like Agnes Yawson, who queued in the sun to vote for it, then let it do something about her plight,” he made the clarion call.

In the face of the plight of the likes of Agnes Yawson, the national health safety net, NHIS, seems a total joke.

Kofi Wayo says he would have loved to foot the full bill for the surgery required to save the life of Madam Yawson but, unfortunately, there are so many citizens welfare undertaking that he is occupied with, including the distribution of 200,000 cutlasses to farmers across the country at the moment.

While he waits for the government and corporate institutions to respond, he described Madam Yawson’s case as a big shame to Ghana.
Monday, 12 August 2013

Singer Tiffany dismisses Tattoo Critics

What makes some people think that Tiffany is a ‘bad’ girl? Could it  be the  tattoos she wears or her body-hugging clothes or having a child when she was just 20 years old?  These are questions that  musician Tiffany asks herself whenever anyone tags her as “bad”.
The 26-year old musician thinks people have a wrong perception about her. “Those who are not close to me have all sorts of thoughts about me. People who see my tattoos see me as a hardcore girl. Others also see me as a rude person but I don’t know why anyone should see me so”. Tiffany told Showbiz  last Friday.
According to the Fake London Boy hit maker, she wishes that people come closer to her and get to know her well before passing judgment about her.
“You really cannot judge a book by its cover. I have a lot of tattoos on my body and that should not make me a bad girl. All the tattoos on my body represent something. For example, I have my son’s name written on my neck and the other tattoos on my body are things that mean a lot to me”.
“I am not saying I am a perfect person. I drink  alcohol once in a while when I feel like but  I don’t club and I don’t smoke. I am usually at home minding my own business and thinking of how best I can push my music” Tiffany disclosed.
According to her, she doesn’t really mind what people think about her but all she wishes is that people come closer to her and find out the real Tiffany.
She explained that “I am crazy on stage because that is what I do for a living, I may wear a short skirt or a skimpy top showing my tattoos  but that is  not the real Tiffany you see on stage, I am a very different person outside”.
Talking about her six-year old son, Tiffany said she feels happy being a mother. She explained that most celebrities around her age would hide their kids from the public but she is never shy being a mother. As a mother, Tiffany said she has learnt so many things. “I am more responsible, I am home early to cook for my son, help with his homework and always there for him as a proud mother.”
Although she is not married, Tiffany said she is in a serious relationship with a lovely guy she met a few months ago.
Away from her personal life, Tiffany told Showbiz that though there are new crop of female rappers in Ghana she has never been afraid of competition.
Real name, Antoinette Tiffany Owusu, Tiffany who has worked with the likes of Castro, Yaw Siki, Fuse ODG, Efya, Stay Jay, Mugeez, Sarkodie and Jay So said the other female rappers are trying their best  but she is always on top of her game.
“ From How We Do It, Facebook Boy, Fake London Boy, Last One, Agyekum, Whatever, It’s Tiffany and Neke Neke, all my songs have been accepted by Ghanaians which goes to testify that I am good” Tiffany said.
About what she is currently doing, Tiffany who just came back home after touring  Niger and Burkina Faso with her hit songs said she just released her latest single Neke Neke and entreated everyone to listen to it.
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