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Obrafour Finally Sues Ayisha Modi And Delay For Defamation (Photos)

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Veteran Ghanaian rapper, Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko, also known as Obrafour, has dragged Ayisha Modi, Deloris Frimpong Manso (Delay), and The Delay Show to the Accra High/Circuit Court of Justice for defamation of character.

Within the first week of October, Ayisha Modi in an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso, aka Delay on The Delay Show recounted how ungrateful Obrafour has been after helping him bounce back to the music scene weeks after battling with stroke.

According to Ayisha in the said interview, she spent $45,000 on the rapper’s “Kasiebo Album”.

However, Obrafour has repeatedly stated that Ayisha has not aired any truth in all of her submissions either on Tv or Radio regarding the said kind gesture.

The rapper is therefore suing Ayisha, she is also to apologize alongside with Delay and the producers of the Delay show. He demands that they retract and publish their apology in the Daily Graphic newspaper.

Reports emerging from Obrafour’s camp indicate Ayisha was summoned and was supposed to be served on October 27, 2020, but all attempts to reach her have proven futile.

Obrafour’s team claim that they have been combing the whole of Accra to serve Aisha Modi but she has not been found.

 

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Davido Gives Tips On How To Stay Rich

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CEO of Davido Music Worldwide Record Label has educated his followers on how to keep their pockets green with money and stay rich.

Davido is currently enjoying the fruits of his music career and from the billions of his father. He indicated that the surest way to stay rich is by empowering those in his circle.

His tweet reads; “Wanna stay Rich ?? Empower your circle … simple maths”.

 

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‘Women Shouldn’t Feel Ashamed Of Having Multiple Sex Partners’ – Kiki Mordi

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Award-winning Nigerian journalist Kiki Mordi believes that people shouldn’t feel ashamed of having multiple sex partners.

According to her, as far as it is safe-sex, there is no reason to be ashamed.

Kiki Mordi made this known while responding to a Twitter question on what people feel ashamed about but isn’t shameful.

According to her, as long as people practice safe sex, they shouldn’t be ashamed of having multiple sex partners.

See what she wrote below;

Multiple sex partners

As long as you’re practicing safe sex and not lying to anyone, I don’t see why anyone (women especially) should feel ashamed of it.

Lmao you can all stop deceiving yourselves. If you’re single, safe and having consensual sex often, you have nothing to be ashamed of. The tweet didn’t say you must engage in it, but if you do, you haven’t committed a crime. There’s nothing radical about this

Apparently, only women get diseases from multiple sex partners and not men. Seen.

Should have known this rebellion came from a place of shame culture as opposed to caring

People already have multiple sex partners. You just want women to be ashamed!

 

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I endorse Akufo-Addo’s achievements – Stonebwoy

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Ghanaian Award Winning Reggae/Dancehall Artiste Livingstone Etse Satekla known popularly as Stonebwoy says the achievement of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in his first term is worth commending and endorsing.

The Artiste made this known when he was on OKAY FM’s Drive Time Show with Abeiku Santana.

Although Stonebwoy indicated that he has not endorsed any political party, he was emphatic that the President’s achievements in his first year are worth commending.

“I’ve not endorsed any political party. When you mention the name Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, I know he has done a lot of things which deserves my endorsement. So I can say I’ve not endorsed any political party but President Nana Akufo-Addo achievement as a Ghanaian President which is endorsable I do endorse.”

Other celebrities like Samini have also endorsed the candidature of the President for a second bid to lead Ghana to the promised land. To him, the President while making his promises in 2016 seemed like a dream but his achievement in his first term has proven that he meant good for the people of Ghana.

Ghana goes to the polls on December 7 to elect a leader who will steer the affairs of the country for another four more years.

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