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Pat Thomas’ Song Featured In Marvel’s Loki

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The season finale of Marvel’s latest MCU TV series, Loki, left fans with a lot to digest.

After (Spoiler Warning!) opening up the MCU’s multiverse in its final scenes, ‘Loki’ which stars Tom Hiddleston in the titular role, also set up a number of future projects including next year’s ‘Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness’ and ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ which is set to be released in 2023.

The sixth episode of Marvel’s cosmic TV entry was jam-packed with Easter Eggs and references from past MCU titles and pop culture.

Most eagle-eyed fans have already picked apart most of the secret details hidden by the showrunners in the final episode.

One easy-to-miss moment that will interest Ghanaians a great deal, comes right at the beginning of the episode, which included a number of audio clips in its intro.

The clips included some lines from past MCU movies, some famous quotes and some music clips as well.

Harry James’ song “It’s been a long, long time” and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky “Swan Lake” were pretty quickly picked out, although it was pretty clear there were many more were much harder to ascertain.

New Rockstars, who specialise in footage breakdowns and easter egg hunts on Youtube, noticed a few more songs marvel used in this intro.

Ghanaian highlife legend, Pat Thomas’ song with the band Marijata “I can say” was also caught by Eric Voss in the intro.

The brilliant song is from Pat Thomas’ second album “Pat Thomas Introduces Marijata” back in 1976

Nina Simone’s “I put a spell on you”, Kylie Minogue’s “I should be so lucky” and Sohail Sen’s “Swag Saha Nahi Jaye” also feature in this packed intro.

Ghana has already had at least one actor in a supporting role in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, with Abraham Attah playing Peter Parker’s Academic Decathlon teammate, Abe, in 2017’s “Spider-man: Homecoming.”

Click here for the full video from New Rockstars.

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Bobrisky’s Ex-PA Slides Into Mompha’s DM To Apologise

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Kyme Oye the former PA to crossdresser, Bobrisky, has tendered an apology to businessman, Mompha, after she went on social media to allege that he and Bobrisky were involved in an amorous affair.

Kyme while in a question and answer session on IG alleged that Bobrisky told her that he had an affair with Mompha. Mompha then threatened to sue Kyme for the comment she made.

Hours after his threat, the Ivorien lady slid into his DM to tender an apology,. He however demanded that she makes the apology public. See their exchange below.

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Bobrisky Reacts After His Former PA Leaked Personal Information About Him

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Bobrisky has reacted to the furore raised over allegations his former PA, Oye Kyme, made about him.

Oye alleged on his Instagram Stories that Bobrisky gossips a lot about other celebrities, poses for photos with borrowed goods only to later return them to the owners, and he has sex with men.

She also claimed that Bobrisky and Mompha had a sexual relationship.

Oye has continued to insist that her claims about Bobrisky are true, despite Mompha disputing it.

Bobrisky reacts after his former PA, Oye Kyme, leaked personal information about him

The allegations by Oye led to a war of words between Mompha and Bob after the crossdresser refused to go online to clear Mompha’s name.

Now, in a new post, Bobrisky has said that despite the insult he’s receiving from Instagram users following Oye’s allegations, his critics are all still following him.

Bobrisky reacts after his former PA, Oye Kyme, leaked personal information about him

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‘I’m Not A Prostitute’ : Efia Odo Says As She Reveals Her Streams Of Income

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Ghanaian socialite and video vixen Andrea Owusu known by many in showbiz as Efia Odo in an up-close on the radio has disclosed her sources of income.

Speaking to Halifax on Peace FM, the popular social media personality revealed she earns money from ambassadorial deals and social media influencing.

According to her, it pays. Efia Odo said she charges, though negotiable, $5000 for each post on her official Instagram page.

She intimated on the radio whiles speaking that contrary to what people think of her as being a bad person, she does legit businesses to earn a living.

“Like I said, I don’t prostitute my body. I don’t engage in fraud. I work legitimate jobs. I act, and now I am starting my clothing brand.

And I am also collaborating with other brands. I’m a brand ambassador for Payporte, and I influence other brands.

And they also pay. Even my Instagram page, I take $5,000 per post, but it is also negotiable.”

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