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God Did Not Create ‘Adam And Steve’ But Rather Adam And Eve : Akumaa Mama Zimbi Talks Against Homos*xuality

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Ghanaian popular actress, media personality, entertainer and s*x educationist, Dr Joyce Akumaa Dongotey popularly known as Akumaa Mama Zimbi, has disclosed that some of our high profiled personalities such as Pastors, Members of Parliament and most of the Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) do not have any appetite for p*ssy but rather enjoying the act of homos*xuality.

The entertainer speaking on Star Chat with Bola Ray brought out her thought with regards to homos*xuality and said such satanic act must never be legalized in a country like ours because God is against it.

Akumaa Mama Zimbi, however, advised that parent must give their children an early s*x education against this satanic act just as it is written in the Bible Proverbs 22:6 ‘Train up a child in a way he should go: when he is old, he will not depart from it.’

“Homos*xuality is satanic…God didn’t create man and man, but man and woman, there are men of God, CEOs…and MPs who are into it.” She alleged.

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Kwesi Arthur Has My Style : Lazee

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Swedish born Ghanaian artiste and Chief Executive Officer of Timeless music, Mawuli Kwabla Morton Kulego known in the music space as Lazee has praised young Ghanaian BET nominee Kwesi Arthur’s style of music as unique.
According to the Swedish Grammy nominee, he will choose Kwesi Arthur over any artiste in Ghana because “I think our two styles would fit together. I’m a big fan of his music.” He said.

In an interview with the artiste who is based in Sweden, his plan in the music industry is to inspire, motivate the youth to be themselves and be better. Lazee whose father was a DJ, grew up influenced by music. He chose to do rap because; he said: “I felt that was my attitude at the time and something I could relate to.”

Sharing his experience as a black guy doing urban music in a white-dominated country he said, “Doing urban music in a white-dominated country isn’t easy but, I had no choice but to believe in myself because no one else could see my vision. It hasn’t been smooth, it’s all self-motivation.”

He has worked with Raekwon (Wu-Tang), Sean Kingston, Krayzie Bone (Bone Thugs N) Harmony, Swedish House Mafia, Prince of 4×4 and has over 500 tracks.
Lazee said “I look up to artists that’s accomplished what I trying to do. Everyone from Jay-Z, Drake, Diddy are all big inspirations for me.”
His latest song ‘Flex’ was inspired by his trip to Ghana. “It’s my first time singing in my native language which is Ga and English. So I hope the people like it.”

About Lazee.

Mawule Kulego also known artist/songwriters/songwriter from Sweden. In 2006, Lazee released his first mixtape, ‘It Is What It Is’, a collaboration with hip hop legend DJ Kay Slay (NYC). With influences from Rap, RnB, and Reggae, Lazee found a way to combine that with all the 90\s rock pop music he grew up listening to in Europe.

He quickly found his strength in writing and composing a sound that’s familiar but new. Lazee’s first single ‘Rock Away’ was an instant hit and entered the charts in the spring of 2008, before it’s even officially released. It ended up in the top 10, and rotated frequently on all major Scandinavian radio stations and Swedish MTV.

After that, his first album ‘Setting Standards’, was released. Sharing the stage with acts such as Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg, Ne-Yo, Wyclef Jean, 50 Cent and being adviced by the legendary Quincy Jones, Lazee has proved not only to be a great performer but also a great entertainer. After studying Performing Arts at UCLA, Lazee focused more on his songwriting and has since worked with both seasoned and new producers. With his latest release with Warner Music/ Parlophone signed artist and world producer Ishi, Lazee is well on his way to becoming a well-known writer and a top liner.

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Cardi B Trademarks ‘Okurrr’ As She Gets Featured By Pepsi | WATCH

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Cardi B has filed to trademark her catchphrase “okurrr.”

According to online records, the rapper’s company, Washpoppin, Inc., filed to trademark the word to use for “paper goods, namely paper cups and posters,” on March 11. The following day, an additional filing was made to trademark “okurrr” for use on clothing, “namely T-shirts, sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts, pants, shorts, jackets, footwear, headgear, namely hats and caps, blouses, bodysuits, dresses, jumpsuits, leggings, shirts, sweaters and undergarments.”

On Feb. 25, a similar filing was made for “okurr” — the same word, minus the extra “r.”

The trilled phrase has become synonymous with Cardi B over the course of her career, and it was recently featured in her Super Bowl commercial for Pepsi. Watch that commercial below.

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Ghanaian Afrobeats Artist Wallas, “Reality EP” Featured In A NewsPaper

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Wallas, Ghanaian rising Afrobeats artist who recently released a new EP has gotten a feature in a Ghanaian newspaper.

The 6-Track mindblowing EP has really announced the presence of the artist.

Wallas was able to join the like of Strongman, Trigmatic, Eno and more on the Germaine Deuces Newspaper.

The artist then shared this with fans and Ghanaians.

See below.

Listen And Enjoy “Reality EP” below.

Facebook: IamWallas

Twitter & Instagram: @iam_wallas.

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