Thursday, February 8, 2018

2017 Miss Universe Ghana Contestant Threatens To Sue Websites/Bloggers For Use Of Her Name

In an interesting twist of events, Ms. Cindy Coffee, a 2017 finalist of the Miss Universe Ghana pageant, is threatening legal action against media houses if her images is not taken off stories she was in. This is despite agreeing to terms of the contest, which is a prerequisite for entering.

This is what she sent – and Cypress Ghana got it too;

My name “Cindy Emefa Coffee” in this link should kindly be taken off your website before my legal team takes over.

This is my first request as told to be done as part of protocol by my legal team. Thank you

Checks by us indicate that Cindy Coffee was a contestant for the 2017 edition of the Miss Ghana Universe pageant and represented the Volta Region.

She failed to indicate in her mail, her reason for the instruction for bloggers and websites to drop her name from the links to Miss Ghana Universe stories.

This portal is still checking if there’s any impasse between Cindy and organizers of the pageant, led by National Director, Mrs. Menaye Donkor Muntari – which could have caused her to take this action.

Sunday, January 7, 2018

CAF Awards Ghana Snub: Booking Agency Blames Nigerian Organizers

The booking agency for Ghanaian artistes at the just ended CAF Awards has blamed the Nigerian organizers for the way the Ghanaian artistes were treated at the ceremony.

BookMe World Agency’s Gregory Ankrah said his company did no wrong and that things did not go as planned because the Nigerian organizers did not stay on schedule.

“At the awards, even the person who was sharing the water was Nigerian. So many things went wrong on the show,” he told Showbiz A to Z host, Naa Ashorkor.

There has been a public uproar over how Ghanaian artistes were almost neglected at the event which was held on January 4, 2018.

Singer Efya sang the national anthem and while dancehall artiste Shatta Wale was billed to perform, he was unable to, because he was not allowed to do simple sound checks.

Another Ghanaian artiste, Kidi virtually performed to empty seats after the event was over and everyone was filing out.

Friday, January 5, 2018

Gabby Otchere-Darko Describes CAF Awards Snubbing Ghanaian Acts As ‘Pathetic’ & ‘Disrespectful’

Legal practitioner , Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko has joined voiced with many Ghanaians to  slam the Confederation of African Football (CAF) for holding an awards ceremony in  Accra, and snubbing Ghanaian artists for Nigerian stars.

He posted his views on social media,  describing CAF’s actions as ‘pathetic’ and mocking Wizkid’s dressing to the program.

“Almost a perfect programme at the CAF Awards soiled by lack of local content. But, why, they couldn’t find any Ghanaian musician? Pathetic!.” he said.

“CAF was very disrespectful of Ghana tonight by putting up performances from artistes across the continent, including several from Nigeria, and not a single one from Ghana was good enough to be on stage here in Accra? Shocking and, in fact, embarrassing for CAF.

“Instead of treating us to some good Ghanaian performances, as well, CAF decided to populate the stage with Naija ones plus others, including a Nigerian artiste who was dressed as if he lost his way to the gym. I hear he is called Wizkid,” he added.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Yvonne Nelson Announces TV Show On Her Pregnancy ‘Waiting For Ryn’

Ghanaian actress, model, film producer and an entrepreneur, Yvonne Nelson has told fans to look forward to a show she recorded during her pregnancy.

The show which appears to be a reality TV format on the actress’s pregnancy is titled ‘Waiting for Ryn’.

She wrote: “Watch out for #waitingforRYN a show I shot when I was pregnant.”

As previously reported, Ryn is the name Yvonne Nelson and Jamie Roberts gave their daughter.

For the defenders of Yvonne Nelson, its hard to maintain she hid her pregnancy for ‘privacy’ reasons when day by day we discover the glaring profit motives behind it.

Sunday, December 31, 2017

See The Dramatic & Stylish Dance Moves Displayed By Business Man, Oscar Yao Doe At Musiga Presidential Grand Ball

Where the king of Drama, Oscar Yao Doe goes be assured to see more displays that will linger in your memories for a long time to come.

He brought the authentic self-invented dance styles to the Musiga Presidential Grand Ball and beautifully stole the show and few minutes after he went on the dance floor with that, several others were infected with dance and followed suit.

In fact, he commanded and rained sparks on the night with it.

Saturday, December 30, 2017

Twitter Fight: Yvonne Nelson slams Berla Mundi On Twitter & says She’s Dating A Married Man

Ghanaian actress, model, film producer and an entrepreneur, Yvonne Nelson has exploded on Twitter, slamming popular Television & Radio host, Berla Mundi.

According to Yvonne, Berla has been spreading lies about Yvonne and her baby’s father on her TV show.

She wrote: “ @berlamundi you’ve been dating a married man and you have the guts to spread lies about me on your show with your clueless guests….do some research, go on @myeyeswide and find out since it’s your job to discuss rumors and people. you claim you are all about empowerment…..”

Yvonne continues: “ @berlamundi Don’t rain curses into your 2018.A bunch of bitter women in this industry,i’m only commenting on this because I thought you were smarter than the rest and because I casted you once.”

Belra who earlier in the day discussed the highlights of 2017 on ‘The Late Afternoon Show; on GHone TV, has not replied Yvonne yet.

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Hit or Miss? Wanlov The Kubolor Attends Girl Talk Concert As A Lady

Ghanaian singer Efya finally bowed out as headliner for the annual all-female concert, Girl Talk, with a bang on Wednesday night. But she was the only woman who turned heads at the event!

Well, controversial musician Emmanuel Owusu-Bonsu, known by his stage name Wanlov the Kubolor attended the all-women’s affair dressed up as a woman as well, perhaps in solidarity with women and issues affecting women, after all he is an advocate on many social issues.

What do you think of his transformation? Hit or miss?