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It will be hard for me to be Covid-19 ambassador for free – Shatta Wale



Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has hinted that while he is more than ready to support any cause that will educate the public against the Coronavirus (COVID-19), he will not render his services for free.

The artiste notes that the government must make some funds available if it wants to engage celebrities on such a campaign.

During a press briefing on Wednesday, March 17 by the Information Ministry on the update on the COVID-19 cases in Ghana, the sector was asked if the government has truly planned to hire celebrities as ambassadors to educate the public on the pandemic.

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, in his response, said, “We were thinking of having them as public education ambassadors or public education champions.”

“I later saw online stories that we have said we are going to use celebrity ambassadors and suggestions that we are going to pay some money. No, that is not happening,” he added.

Asked in an interview on Showbiz 927 on 3FM with MzGee if he was ready to render his services for free, Shatta Wale said while he believes it is good for the government to engage celebrities, they must be paid.

“…I always say that it is good when the government wants to engage us into activities like this but all I also want to say is that they working and they are getting paid so if the government wants to engage me, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy,… Wendy Shay, they should know that there is something that needs to be done…,” the ‘My Level’ hitmaker said.

The dancehall artiste explained, “We can’t come out and say we want to do it for free. I’m not part of their political party, I’m not part of their Parliament and whatever even though we are all government and ruling the country the way we have to rule the country. It’s best for them to even put some package down for we to know that because we have worked hard to get to this level that is why we’ve been associate ourselves with the people in power.”

“So doing it for free it will be very hard for somebody like me Shatta Wale,” he added.

Shatta Wale, however, believes that this is not the time for beefs, stressing that all artiste need to come together to help fight the virus.

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Suzzy Williams faked her Death To Become Nana Ama McBrown – Evangelist Emmanuel Addai Alleges(PHOTOS)



Outspoken US-based Ghanaian social media evangelist, Addai Emmanuel has released yet another bomb, this time saying late Ghanaian actress Suzzy Williams faked her own death.

In a Facebook live session, Evangelist Addai revealed that all signs and facts he has gathered points that the talented actress who died in a car accident in 2002 is still alive today in the person of actress and TV host Nana Ama McBrown.

Justifying his assertion, he said if Suzzy were to be alive, she would be turning 43 in 2022, also Nana Ama McBrown would turn 43 in 2022.

He also juxtaposed their looks and skin complexion among others to come to that conclusion.

Here is the Photo he used;

Evangelist Addai is known to make vague and outrageous statements and has sparked numerous conspiracy theories in recent times.

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Wendy Shay Addresses Relationship With Shatta Wale



As the chemistry between Ghanaian musician Wendy Shay and dancehall king Shatta Wale intensifies, their fans and followers are eager to know what is going on between the two after the exit of Shatta Michy. 

Wendy Shay who took their collaboration as a platform to get closer to the dancehall king uses the least opportunity to shower praises on Shatta for giving her the opportunity to work with him.

She has however defined the relationship between them when she referred to Shatta as her godfather. “Sharing a stage with him is a blessing and am very grateful to Shatta Wale for making me his god daughter,” she said in the interview. According to Wendy Shay, any moment she spends with Shatta Wale is amazing especially when she shares the same stage with him.

“When I perform with Shatta Wale it’s amazing. Just as I have said, I was a fun so it an honour sharing the same stage with him. ShayGang and SM are one family,” Wendy Shay said.

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Ghost Writer of Sista Afia’s Diss Songs Finally Found



Modernnewsgh has finally found the ghost writer who writes for Sista Afia.

According to a vivid interview monitered by modernnewsgh.com on ‘Showbiz Agenda’ hosted by Sammy Flex, Takoradi based rapper in Ayesem is Sista Afia’s ghost rapper who recently wrote two hot diss tracks, one for Eno Barony and the other for Freda Rhymz respectively.

Recall that the media recently witnessed a female version of rap beef which many were surprised that Sista Afia who is a songstress could stand and battle hard core rappers like Eno Barony and even Freda Rhymz of Black Music Avenue.

Right from the onset, Eno Barony threw punches and at Sista Afia and Medikal alleging that since Sista Afia’s rap is inline with Medikal’s own then the Sowutuom based rapper is behind.

Eno in her lines dropped;

“Mede asem nam, menkasa yenso woyem ashew sei pram, “3ne3 sowu tuom 3, na wo Sowutuom ghost writer na mehia no ne no akye ayam enti monma no filla no” (I’ve not spoken yet but you’re frightened, then fasten your belt because your ghost writer is who I want to battle) referring to Medikal as her ghost writer.

Well, in an interview, Ayesem disclosed that he mostly writes for Sista Afia and even has a couple of songs with her which is yet to be released.

According to Ayesem, the “Jeje” hitmaker will bear him witness that he writes for her, using the all the beef songs to cite an example in his allegation.

“Oh this is not something I enjoy talking about because my dealings with Sista Afia is more private but I am happy to be writing for her any day. I wrote “Paper” for Sista Afia, the one she featured Victor AD, “Corner Corner” featuring Kelvyn Boy among other songs”. Ayesem revealed.

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