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“I Am A Fine Girl, I Don’t Want To Suffer” : Tiwa Savage

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Nigerian popular songstress Tiwa Savage has taken to the official Instagram page and her Twitter page to celebrate with her Muslim brothers and sisters as they celebrate Eid-Mubarak today.

Tiwa Savage has shared a stunning photo of herself in a beautiful attire as she wishes all Muslims a happy Eid-Mubarak. She captioned her photo, “Celebrating with my Muslim brothers and sisters today, Happy Id El Kabir”.

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Promote And Support More Ghanaian Reggae To Gain Prominence : Rocky Dawuni

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Rocky Dawuni — the Ghanaian International Music Icon and Humanitarian have expressed concern about low patronage for Ghanaian Reggae on the airways.

In a recent television interview he had with a Ghana-based network, Bryt TV, Rocky Dawuni says even though Reggae music has had some support from his home country, he still thinks a lot more can be done by presenters and DJs to uplift the image of Ghanaian Reggae and Ghanaian Reggae Musicians.

“I am not saying they should stop playing Reggae music from other artistes elsewhere but let’s support our own Ghanaian Reggae songs and artistes more,” Rocky added.

Below is the extended version of the interview with MC Yaa Yeboah. Rocky Dawuni is a Grammy-nominated and UN Ambassador For Environment Africa.

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Kuami Eugene Ought To Learn How To Talk : DopeNation

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Ghanaian musical duo and former Lynx Entertainment signees, Dope Nation has descended on colleague musician, Kuame Eugene for criticisms he made about them at the time they exited the record label.

According to Dope Nation, in an interview on Okay FM, when they left Lynx Entertainment, they received a call from Kuame Eugene, who told them that regardless of their exit, they were still brothers.

The duo made up of B2 and Twist stated that Kuame Eugene even requested a feature during the call and they okayed it.

They added that afterward, they were in the studio one day when someone called to draw their attention to an interview Kuame Eugene granted and made some remarks about their exit which they considered wicked.

Kuame Eugene is alleged to have said that he was happy that Dope Nation has left the Lynx Entertainment record label explaining that, something that is meant for four people will now be for only two (Kuame Eugene and Kidi).

The ‘Zanku’ hitmakers revealed that Richie is a mentor and they have learned a lot from him during their time together.

“Richie is like an icon, we dey learn a lot from am” B2 of Dope Nation stated.

Dope Nation, therefore, advised that Kuame Eugene should learn how to communicate well as they got very disappointed witnessing the remarks he made about them.

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Criss Waddle Acquires Bel Aqua Mineral Water

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Criss Waddle, Ghanaian rapper and CEO of AMG has allegedly bought the Bel Aqua Mineral Water company.

The Ghanaian business mogul has added to his numeral assets a mineral water company. He didn’t publicly announce his purchase but a close reveled.

During our checks, we have been able to confirm with a photo of Criss Waddle taking pictures with some Bel Aqua products.

As to the source of his wealth, he claims to own a real estate but many have refuted that and claim he is a scammer. He founded the AMG teams which are well known for their fraudulent history and luxurious lifestyle

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