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Nigerian Businessman Arraigned By Ghana Police For Death Of American Stripper Tyger Booty Found Dead In Ghana Hotel

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A Nigerian businessman has been arraigned by Ghana police for the death of American stripper Julie Diane Williams, aka Tyger Booty, in a hotel in Ghana.

Ghana police said Tyger Booty was in contact with a Nigerian businessman identified as Bright Udiagbe, aka Big Slim, while she was in Ghana.

Big Slim owns a hotel, restaurants, and nightclubs in both Nigeria and Ghana.

Tyger Booty was found dead in Rayporsh Hotel, Abelemkpe, Accra, Ghana, on December 14, which was 11 days after her arrival from the US through Nigeria.

Ghanaian police have been investigating her death.

Accra Regional Police Public Relations Chief Supt Alexander Obeng confirmed in a radio report that Tyger’s case was lodged with Tesano Police and had been forwarded to the headquarters.

“Preliminary police investigation has established that the deceased US national arrived in Ghana on December 3, 2021 en route from Nigeria. Having tested positive for COVID-19 on arrival, she was taken into an isolation center at Ave Maria Hotel, South Legon-Accra,” Ghana police said in a statement.

Big Slim has since been arraigned in a prosecution led by Chief Inspector Lawrence Anane, at the Kaneshie District Court, where other suspects are facing trial for the model’s death.

They have been granted a GH?100,000 bail with two sureties each by the court.

Chief Inspector Anane also disclosed at the court that the deceased and Big Slim had been in a working relationship for the past five years.

Ghana police said an autopsy report on Tyger Booty’s death is being awaited to continue the trial.

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Asamoah Gyan exposed as killer of Castro by witch doctor, player reacts

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A supposed witch doctor has called out Asamoah Gyan as the killer of singer Castro Underfire.

According to her, Asamoah Gyan masterminded and executed the eventual killing of Castro as a plot to end his career.

Speaking in a video where she was reportedly consulting the spirits about the death of Castro, the “Daughter of Mami water” pointed fingers at Asamoah Gyan.

Although Castro has been declared dead along with his girlfriend, Janet Bandu, after they went missing about 8 years ago while skiing on the Ada estuary, the witch doctor believes it has everything to do with Asamoah Gyan.

She also asked Asamoah Gyan to come forth to tell Ghanaians about his diabolical deals, which were hinged on greed and motivated by envy to kill the promising singer.

Meanwhile, Asamoah Gyan has reacted. According to him, he is unperturbed by the actions of the witch doctor to soil his reputation. He intimated that he has become used to the false accusations about his alleged involvement in the death of Castro.

However, he warned the witch doctor to tread carefully as he was poised to clear his name and put her in her proper place.

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Pete Davidson ‘proposed’ to Kim Kardashian before they split

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Pete Davidson proposed to Kim Kardashian right before she dumped him, it has been revealed.

The Kardashians star and the comedian called it quits last week after nine months of dating.

Pete proposed shortly before their relationship ended, an exclusive source told Radar Online.

The source told the website: “Everything was just moving too fast. Kim wanted to slow things down and instead Pete proposed.”

“He is devastated. Everyone warned him that he was going to push her away, but he didn’t listen,” the source continued. “Remember, this is the same guy that proposed to Ariana Grande after just a few weeks. Pete learned nothing from that relationship. He falls hard and he falls fast.”

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Beyoncé’s ‘Already’ song featuring Shatta Wale certified gold by RIAA

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Dancehall musician Shatta Wale has achieved another triumph in his musical career, following the Recording Industry Association of America’s gold certification of Beyoncé’s Already song (RIAA).

Shatta Wale made history by becoming the first Ghanaian to receive international recognition from the RIAA.

The Gold and Platinum Awards Program was created by the RIAA to honor artists and track sound recording sales. It has also changed into the benchmark for success in the recorded music industry.

The song “Already” from The Lion King Album is categorized as Afrobeat music. The song by American singer Beyoncé, Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale, and American band Major Lazer is also featured in the 2020 film Black is King.

The song video was shot in the Greater Accra Region and the Eastern Region.

In 2022, “Already” won the Best Collaboration of the Year honor at the 6th annual AEAUSA and the 18th Urban Music Awards. At the 2020 BreakTudo Awards, the song took home the Best Collaboration award.

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