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An Emotionless Presenter : Stephanie Benson, Efia Odo, And Sister Derby Attacks Berla Mundi

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Radio/TV presenter Berla Mundi has found herself in a great mess following her television interview with a rape victim on The Day Show program.

Berla Mundi shared a video of her interview with a rape victim where she narrated her unfortunate ordeal on her official Instagram page.

The rape victim who gave her name as Mawusi was raped by a policeman at age 16. Her parents agreed to settle the matter out of court by accepting an amount between ghc800 and ghc1000 from the rapist.

According to Mawusi, she never received medical attention even though she was visibly wounded from the act. In the course of the interview, the audience seated at the studio where the program is being aired burst into serious laughter.

The reaction from the audience(crowd) at the studio did not go down well with some celebrities who chanced on the video Berla Mundi shared on her page on Instagram.

The issue of rape from time immemorial has been a very delicate topic that is of great concern to all most especially women because they fall victim to the circumstance.

Due to the unkind reactions from the audience(Female Predominant), Female Celebrities like the UK based Ghanaian international singer Stephanie Benson, Efia Odo, Sister Derby, Lydia Forson and Yvonne Okoro have lambasted the host, Berla Mundi.

These female celebs took to twitter and Berla Mundi’s comments section of the rape interview video she uploaded to register their displeasure and tell her their piece of mind.

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Lydia Forson also reacted to the issue in the uploaded video’s comments section. She wrote; “Wait why was the audience laughing? the entire narration was so uncomfortable to watch, it didn’t even seem like it was rape that was being discussed.

@berlamundi if indeed they were called to order, I would have hoped their laughter was edited out, it really just made a ridicule of the issue”.

Check out Yvonne Okoro’s reaction below; She wrote; “ok what is funny,so we can all laugh..this isnt funny yet?

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WatsUp TV Extends Broadcasting To Satellite Now Available Across Africa

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Pan-African entertainment TV Channel, WatsUp TV has added another broadcasting platform to extend its viewership across Africa as a digital and satellite channel.

The channel which is available on Digital via the DVB-T2 platform with the frequency 602000 in Ghana & is also now available on Satellite IS28 @32.8 Degrees East Frequency: 11015 Polarity: Vertial(V) Symbol Rate: 30000 across Africa.

Speaking on this new platform, ABD Traore mentioned that the move to launch on the satellite platform was because of the numerous requests from fans of the channel from across the continent and their anticipation to enjoy and patronize entertaining continent on TV.

To access the channel across Africa, viewers are to rescan their television set with satellite dishes.

WatsUp TV also continues to broadcast as a TV show on various TV Channels in Ghana, Burkina Faso & Guinea with outreach to 44 countries via Canal+.

WatsUp TV’s content is specially made for the bilingual pan African community with all things trendy, entertaining and informative for the yearning youth market within Africa and beyond.

In the past six years, WatsUp TV has expanded from Ghana to France, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Guinea and now across Africa through their satellite platform,

Artistes and Record Labels interested in having their contents on the channel can submit their videos through www.watsup.tv or write to info.watsuptv@gmail.com

Launched in 2014 as a TV show, WatsUp TV has grown to become a fully-fledged 24 hours TV channel. With several accolades to their name, they have chalked a lot of success in hosting concerts, winning awards, publishing a magazine, and organizing a Music Video Awards for musicians in Africa.

WastUp TV currently boasts of almost 300,000 followers across social media which register the fan base and viewers they broadcast to.

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‘It’s An Allegation Without Proof’ : Lydia Forson Trashes Report Of Secret Affair With Desmond Elliot

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This comes after a Nigerian blogger whilst dragging the Nollywood actor over his statement on how social media negatively influenced EndSARS misconduct, alleged that he has a secret affair with the Ghanaian actress.

The blogger, Cutie Julls, added that the wife of Desmond Elliot even caught her husband with Lydia in a hotel in Nigeria and warned her.

But according to Miss Forson, the report is untrue. She described it as “allegation without proof”.

 

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Twitter Is Full Of Unemployed Frustrated Graduates : Shatta Wale

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Shatta Wale as usual has gone looking for controversy with his recent statement about Twitter and its users.

Snippets of his Zylofon FM interview seen online show the Dancehall act passing some very derogatory remarks about Twitter users.

In a conversation with Sammy Flex, Shatta said that he had cautioned his fanbase to stay off Twitter.

The world-acclaimed artist said that Twitter is the home for countless jobless youth who stay on their phones all day criticizing impactful people.

He is quoted as saying, “I have told my fans. Nobody should even enter Twitter. Cos you see there are a lot of frustrated unemployed graduates there.”

He candidly mentioned that Twitter is for losers who try to mess up people’s happiness for no apparent reason.

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Shatta’s comments are reminiscent of another trending story about Nigerian lawmaker Desmond Elliot being bashed on Twitter because of his insensitive comments about the #EndSars protests.

Desmond stands accused in the court of public opinion for caring more about the Nigerian youth abusing leaders on social media rather than the murder of innocent unarmed protesters in the famed Lekki Massacre.

 

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