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Bulldog Jabs Sarkodie and Samini Over Their Silence On The #FixTheCountry Campaign

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Artiste manager Bulldog has caused stirs with his post of calling for a collaboration between the two politically affiliated artists Sarkodie and Samini.

Sarkodie and Samini are known artists who supported the current government during the 2020 election campaign in order to gain power back from Ghanaians.

However, 4 months after the election, citizens have begun experiencing hardship in the country with increases in the prices of basic commodities without an increment in salary.

This made some of the youth to begin an online campaign of demanding accountability and good governance from Nana Addo administration by staging a #FixTheCountry campaign.

Bulldog in a post has express his concern to see the two arttist of the political parties to join the masses to call for accountability from their own government to prove that they were not bought politically.

In a post he said

How about a Collabo? A hit song titled ”FIXIT” by Samini and Sarkodie

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Twin sister of Samira Bawumia surfaces – She is her photocopy – See Photos

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We came across an extremely attractive and well-dressed Muslim woman who resembles H.E. Samira Bawumia, our Second Lady.

Her identity is unknown, but her appearance, if not for her fairness, would have led one to assume she is Samira Bawumia’s twin or a distant relative.

The unnamed woman’s forehead to chin curvatures of her face are identical to those of the Vice President’s wife, Samira, as seen in the pictures.

In fact, her nose, cheekbones, and eyeballs have an uncanny resemblance. There is a higher degree of resemblance between the two, save for the minor thickness of Samira Bawumia’s lip.

 

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Identity of ‘Kweku Frimpong’ in Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’ song finally REVEALED

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Singer/Rapper Black Sherif a few days ago set the internet ablaze after he dropped his ‘Second Sermon’ song.

The ‘Second Sermon’ which described the day to day lifestyle of boys on the strength or the youth, Black Sherif kept mentioning ‘Kweku Frimpong’ in the song.

Music enthusiasts wondered who ‘Kweku Frimpong’ is and some even claimed the character in the song could be Black Sherif himself.

Well, Black Sherif in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, revealed who Kweku Frimpong is.

According to Black Sherif, Kweku Frimpong is just a character he used in his ‘Second sermon’ song.

“Kweku Frimpong is just a character in the ‘Second Sermon’ song” Black Sherif divulged.

 

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Don’t Claim Or Sing Songs I Produced For You – Angry Ogidi Brown W@rns Fameye Over Copyright Claims

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The CEO of OGB Music, Ogidi Brown, has sent out a warning to his former artist Fameye.

The two recently sent out public notice of amicably parting ways and finally saying goodbye to each other.

This morning, Ogidi Brown shared a notice from YouTube which was saying someone was claiming copyright of a song, ‘Fameye – Destiny (audio slide)’.

Ogidi Brown with anger, descended on Fameye accusing him of the copyright claim and warning not to ever claim any song he produced or even sing it.

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