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Event organisers killing creative arts industry : Joselyn Dumas

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Actress Joselyn Dumas has said that most event organizers and individuals organizing events in Ghana is part of the reasons why creative arts in Ghana is failing.

According to her, most organizations do not give regard to the talent of most people in the creative arts industry and hence fail to pat them for the work done whenever they are contracted to do a job.

The actress and radio personality who was speaking to Accra-based Hitz FM noted that some Ghanaians are of the view that female celebrities warm the bed of rich men in order to make a living but indicated that is not the situation but rather they work very hard to earn a living.

She said “It’s not easy out there…Contrary to what people think, a lot of us in the industry are making an honest living and this is how we make our living so if you don’t pay, how am I going to live”.

“You call us ‘Ashawobrities’ and claim there is no celebrity in Ghana. How do you expect some of us to live and survive if you don’t pay us what is owed us and because you feel like the talent is not tangible so you’re not going to pay me or someone sitting there will think, why are you giving this girl this amount for just talking? But it’s not just talking. Even when you go out, you pay for the dress you wear and might not be able to repeat same dress at other places, the makeup artist, your hair are all paid for and by the time you’re done that cheque you’re getting, you’re spending one-third of it.”

She added: “I even do emcee for free sometimes but it’s all about communication. I’ve been trying to be civil with this gentleman (Sadiq Abdulai) and I know him and worked with him and he is an amazing person who believes in the arts but at the end of the day, you can’t play with my daily bread”.

“This is what we know and do for a living. This is why our industry is actually suffering because nobody is paying for anything. Everybody is taking everyone for granted in the industry. When you hire a talent to pay the person because my talent is what I’m offering to the table and your payment is what you’re bringing to the table… I’ve been able to fulfill my bargain, fulfill yours too.”

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I Love Guys With Big Distin : Afia Schwarzenegger

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Ghanaian female comedian and TV presenter Afia Schwarzenegger made a very big revelation on GHONETV via the Duvet Show.

According to her, she dated a guy who told her kissing was a sin but will have sex with her alright and never Kiss her.

She went on to reveal that talking about sex in public really makes her shy although she really enjoys sex.

Talking about her ex-husband, she revealed whenever the man touches her, she felt like a sandpaper.

The biggest revelation of the night was when we confirmed, she really loves guys with very big dicks.

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Mix Master Garzy : Behind The Beat Production Of Patoranking’s ‘Suh Different’

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Prolific sound engineer and record producer, Mix Master Garzy shares a smart footage of his studio session during the production of “Suh Different” by Patoranking.

Amari Music artiste Patoranking based in Nigeria had recorded series of hit songs since his emergence into the music scene. He has accumulated global records to his archive so far; notable among them is the current trending song “Suh Different” which was released in April this year accompanied with breathtaking visuals by Fwesh Pictures.

The question of the day is; WHO IS THE MASTERMIND BEHIND THIS HEAVY RECORD? Garzy in short, a reputable and energetic young producer from Ghana is the one.

WATCH: BEHIND THE BEAT PRODUCTION OF PATORANKING’S ‘SUH DIFFERENT’

WATCH: PATORANKING – SUH DIFFERENT (MUSIC VIDEO)

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S.A Rapper AKA Reveals Why He’s Thinking Of Quitting Instagram

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One of South Africa’s finest rappers, AKA has revealed he may soon give up his 1.4 million followers on Instagram.

According to him, there has to be more to life than the social networking site as there is so much pressure to be what one’s not when logged on to Instagram.

He tweeted

I’m legit thinking of quitting Instagram. The pressure it’s putting on young men and women for material things is scary, and people like me are part of the problem without even knowing it. That thing was created for one purpose, for you to want things you don’t actually need.

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