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The Industry Gets On My Nerves : Sarkodie Spits Heavy Bars On New Track

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Sarkodie has dropped a freestyle to express his sentiment about recent happenings which seems to have set him on a collision course with the media and the industry in general.

The rapper went vocal and blunt in a new interview with DJ Semtex on ‘Hip hop, Raised Me’, where he said that traditional radio in Ghana was not ready to play his songs when he started his musical journey.

“Mainstream radio in Ghana wasn’t ready to play any of my records because it didn’t make sense. We were rapping on some beat they didn’t term as commercial,” Sarkodie had said.

However, his posture irked a lot of industry players who came for him for his blatant lie and ungratefulness. He was reminded that it was mainstream media that catapulted him to this height because social media was not even popular with Ghanaians back when he was sprouting.

Perhaps as a form of voicing out his frustration with the foregoing, Sarkodie has returned with this track to express himself artistically.

On the same platform with DJ Semtex, Sarkodie spoke highly of Black Sherif to the international community in a recent interview with DJ Semtex on ‘Hip hop, Raised Me.’

When the African iconic rapper was asked which emerging talent he would like to put on or has a huge prospect, Sarkodie without any hesitation swung into full appellations mode by dropping huge epithets on the youngster who has been hailed as a breath of fresh air.

He told DJ Semtex in a video shared on his Podcast that Black Sherif is the future of Ghanaian music because his talent is huge.

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Facebook Changes Company Name To Meta

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Facebook on Thursday announced that it has changed its company name to Meta.

The name change was announced at the Facebook Connect augmented and virtual reality conference. The new name reflects the company’s growing ambitions beyond social media. Facebook, now known as Meta, has adopted the new moniker, based on the sci-fi term metaverse, to describe its vision for working and playing in a virtual world.

“Today we are seen as a social media company, but in our DNA we are a company that builds technology to connect people, and the metaverse is the next frontier just like social networking was when we got started,” Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said.

The company also said in announcing the new name that it will change its stock ticker from FB to MVRS, effective Dec. 1.

Meta’s stock price was up more than 3% on Thursday.

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Funny Face Should Apologize To His Ex-Wife, His Case Is Not Physical : Prophet Nana Appiah

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Founder of Prophetic Life Chapel Prophet Joseph Nana Appiah has advised comic actor Funny Face to render an apology to his ex-wife if he wants to come back to his normal self.

According to the prophet who was speaking on Onua TV’s Entertainment and lifestyle show Anigye Mmere with A J Pounds, what is happening to Funny Face is not normal but spiritual. He emphasized that Funny Face needs to apologize to his ex-wife in order to gain his sanity back.

“Funny Face case it’s simple, the first woman you marry has 70 percent power over you. Never joke with a woman you marry. She can be your God or your devil. She can either be your wife or be your knife, so to avoid whatever is happening to him in life, he should go and apologize to his former wife. If he apologizes, the dust will soon settle.

“Am talking about the policewoman. If the woman whole-heartedly says, ‘Yaw I’ve forgiven and forgotten what you did to me. Everything will work for him. Whatever is happening to him is not physical. Women are very powerful,” Prophet Nana Appiah concluded.

Funny Face is currently in a psychiatric hospital and has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. This comes after the Accra high court came to directives for the ctor to be re-examined by the hospital after he was granted bail.

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Renowned Kumerica Sound Engineer & Musician Commits Suicide After Leaving Suicidal Note On Facebook

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In a sad report, a renowned Kumasi-based sound engineer identified as Yaw Geng has committed suicide.

This comes after he left a suicidal post on the popular social media platform, Facebook on October 16, 2021.

The sound engineer who is also a musician committed suicide with his post suggesting that he has lost hope in life and according to reports, he committed suicide by hanging himself.

The post he made on Facebook reads;

“Sometimes things don’t go as planned and there is nothing you could do aside giving up. We are only humans and we are not meant to be here forever. There is a question I’ve been asking myself a billion times ….why are some of us born into suffering and others with a silver spoon in their mouth…The world ain’t fair.”

People who knew him have reacted to his death and here are some of the reactions we gathered;

Wag Gengs – Oooooow family Yaw Geng is Dead ooooooooooooo😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭. He hanged himself ooow ow ow yaw waha me ooooo ow hmmm 😭😭😭

Robby Single – Oh bro so you were serious with this message, oh 😭😭😭. Giving up wasn’t the best choice, some people were born blind, dumb, epilepsy, etc. Yet still they are full of hope, why did you left me bro. 😭😭😭😭😭😭.

King Bobby – Bro we all been to hell life but we Understand the word Time,Even though it’s really tuff outchea,But living and life is precious no matter what,It’s about less than a year i have known you but your personality is one of the best.I admired your hustle,the hardworking and your talent a lot.its really sad we only have to send condolences bro.May God Be With You Where Ever You At Geng.B.I.P(Be In Peace)😭😭😭😭

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