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I Didn’t Kill Daasebre Gyamenah To Continue His Legacy : Kwame Ratty

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Kwame Ratty

Ronald Kwame Parry, born in Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana in the year 1989 started schooling at the St. John Bosco RC Primary and later on furthered his education at KTI in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. He is now known in showbiz as Kwame Ratty and has announced his presence in the music industry.

Kwame Ratty started his career as a dancer in the Eastern Region where he emerged a winner in a dance competition in the year 2000 and 2001. He later progressed to the national dance level where he again emerged as the first runner up in the year 2000 and was awarded the second runner up in the year 2001.

The talented artist is also known for his highlife songs and is related to the late Daasebre Gyamenah and for that matter being called by his peers as Daasebre Ba.

He worked with his brother for 14 years as a backing vocalist and later worked with Ofori Amponsah, KK Fosu, Kofi Bee and Kofi Nti.

The highlife artiste now has some great songs to his credit with Koo Ntakra, Kwaku Under just a few to mention.

Below is a song he titled “Ware me”…. kindly download and enjoy.

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Davido Signs A New Artiste, Deinde, To His Record Label

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A new music artiste, Deinde has been signed to Davido Music Worldwide, DMW.

This news was made public on Instagram where the young artiste, Deinde, was spotted with the 30BG crew including Davido’s lawyer, Prince and they were also captured in a video signing what seems to be his contract.

Also announcing the artiste, Davido wrote; “Everyone join me in welcoming my new artiste to the DMW family! @deindeofficial ! A real gem with the mic and pen. Trust me when I say watch out for what’s to come! Time for you to soar bro! Everyone go over to his page show him some love for me! #DMW shit! … #Stay tuned!!”.

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I Won’t Rush On DJ Switch Now, I’ll Wait Till She Is 19 : Another Guy Shows Interest

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Right at the moment, everyone thought the Richard Amoah-DJ Switch brouhaha was fading away after the latter apologized in a new video, another guy has made a silly comment.

The new guy on Facebook with the profile name DC Fiester has also expressed his interest in the Young and Talented 12-year-old DJ.

Unlike Richard, DC Fiester says he would wait till the kid disk jockey gets to the age of 19 – when she’s old enough- then he carries on with his evil plan of making sexual advances at her.

The age of Consent in Ghana is 16 years old. The age of consent is the minimum age at which an individual is considered legally old enough to consent to participation in sexual activity.

Presumably, the new guy on Facebook(DC Fiester) might have come across this or perhaps knows about the age of Consent in Ghana hence his plans of waiting till DJ Switch is ‘riped’ enough so he shoots his shot.

DC Fiester wrote on Facebook in the comments section of DJ Switch post ” A no go rush a go wait till she reach 19 so that I go chase am”.

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In as much as it may sound funny just by their attachment of laughing emojis to their posts, we shouldn’t ignore the other side. The other side I mean, it’s dangerous for the young girl to be walking around this time without safeguard.

For one to come public to express such wicked and unlawful intents at a child means a lot. Let’s not just consider this as just a social media post, someone’s life is at stake.

The sudden rise of sexual advances at DJ Switch by some worthless human being is very alarming and the management of the Talented DJ should make sure she’s well protected. My Advice.

Still on the discussion table is Richard Amoah’s uproar he caused a social media that has landed him in apparently the biggest mess of his life.

As we all know, the young man vowed to ‘chop’ DJ Switch – a clear rape attempt- and it has attracted several reactions from social media users and some high-profiled personalities in Ghana.

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DJ Switch Reports ‘Cyber Attack’ Comment To The Appropriate Authorities

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In the past few days, social media has been buzzing over a Facebook user who passed a sexual desire comment under a photo of DJ Switch.

Former EC Boss, Charlotte Osei, actress Ama K Abrebese, KOD among others have come out to condemn the comment with demand for the Facebook user to be called to order.

The young man in question has come out to identify himself as Richard Amoah and claimed that he didn’t make the comment himself.

According to him, his Facebook account was hacked. Nevertheless, a post shared on DJ Switch’s page says the matter described as a “cyber attack” has been reported to the appropriate authorities.

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DJ Switch Reports ‘Cyber Attack’ Comment To The Appropriate Authorities [Swipe] • • In the past few days social media has been buzzing over a Facebook user who passed a sexual desire comment under a photo of DJ Switch. Former EC Boss, Charlotte Osei, actress Ama K Abrebese, KOD among others have come out to condemn the comment with demand for the Facebook user to be called to order. The young man in question has come out to identify himself as Richard Amoah and claimed that he didn’t make the comment himself. According to him, his Facebook account was hacked. Nevertheless, a post shared on DJ Switch’s page says the matter described as “cyber attack” has been reported to the appropriate authorities. [Swipe] _______________________________________________________ #FameBugs #Ghana #DJSwitch #CharlotteOsei #AmaKAbebrese #VIMLady #UTVGhana #SimplyKOD #GhanaNews #FaceBook #Ghanaian #Celebrities #Gossip #Enews #FameBugs

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