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MzVee’s management Is a bunch of hypocrites - kaakie

Dancehall Diva Grace Awo Kaki popularly known in showbiz circles as Kaakie has recently been throwing jabs at dancehall artiste Mzvee for reasons we don’t know of.

The dancehall fraternity in Ghana has seen a lot of beef amongst the men, popular of them is the Shatta Wale-Samini beef. It seems their female counterparts are learning from the act and the latest is brewing between Kaakie and BET nominee Mzvee.

In an interview on pluzz 89.9fm, the Dancehall diva labelled Mzvee’s management as a bunch of hypocrites for advising their artiste to drop out of school.

She further stated that a woman in our part of the world needs education to survive and sees no reason why a good management will advise the Natural girl singer to quit school for only music.

She further stated she sees no other fe?male doing dancehall music aside from her and still holds her crown after leaving the music scene shortly to pursue her academic ambition.


Usain Bolt tells Zlatan 'I'll be watching you'

(CNN) If the pressure on Zlatan Ibrahimovic to help lift Manchester United back to the pinnacle of world football wasn't great enough, he's now got Usain Bolt on his case.

The 34-year-old took part in his first training session with his new teammates Thursday and he's already received a warm welcome from the six-time Olympic champion -- a passionate United fan.

Ibrahimovic is expected to play his first game in a United shirt Saturday, when Jose Mourinho's side takes on Glatasaray in its final match on pre-season tour.
"Hey Zlatan, it's Usain Bolt. I just wanna say, welcome to the greatest team you've ever been in: Manchester United," the Jamaican told CNN Sport.
"Looking forward to goals, I'll be watching you," he finishes with a laugh.
The world's fastest man will be attempting to defend his three Olympic gold medals in Brazil, as he aims for victory in the 100 and 200 meters as well as the 4x100m relay.
Bolt has struggled with …

UNBELIEVABLE...600-acre Land Sold For Ghc 5 Per Acre; Prez Petitioned

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Nsawam Adoagyiri in the Eastern Region, Frank Annor Dompreh, has petitioned President John Mahama to return a 600-acre land acquired compulsorily for Carriedem Development Company limited.

The land acquired through an executive order in 2013 for 50 years was sold for GHC5 per acre.
The chiefs of Adoagyiri where the land is located say they were never consulted over the acquisition.

Mr. Annor Dompreh tells Joy News tension is heightening in the area over the matter because no compensation has been paid.

"Tension is brewing between these suburbs and Carriedem and government is aware of this. The residents believe they have a right to their lands and that they are being treated unfairly by government because there have been similar cases where the lands were returned to their rightful owners," Mr Dompreh said.

"I am surprised that up to this time we have not had any pronouncement from government," he added.

Mr Dompreh said he has f…

Stop putting pressure on Mahama to grant us pardon - Montie 3

The host and two radio panelists of Montie Fm, an Accra based radio station who have been jailed for four months by the supreme court for contempt have asked the good people of Ghana not to put undue pressure on President John Dramani Mahama to invoke article 72 to grant them pardon.

The host of Pampaso program Salifu Mugabe Maase, the two panelists Alistair Tairo Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn were in high spirits when 'friends of the trio' visited them at the prisons. The trio were in an excited mood urging the numerous personalities who had come to visit them to be motivated by the precedence set by the supreme court. "Don't be discouraged, we are doing great. We are being protected by the Lord almighty. God willing we shall come out stronger, wiser and blessed.

The trio urged members of the public especially NDC supporters who are calling on President John Mahama to exercise his prerogative power of mercy over the jailing of the ‘Montie three’ to exerci…

Trump mocks Muslim soldier's mother Ghazala Khan

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has responded to criticism from the father of a Muslim US soldier killed in Iraq.

In an impassioned speech at last week's Democratic National Convention, Khizr Khan said Mr Trump had sacrificed "nothing and no-one" for his country.
Mr Trump said he had made "a lot of sacrifices" by creating jobs.

But he drew more controversy by mocking Mr Khan's wife, who had stood silently by her husband's side as he spoke.

"If you look at his wife, she was standing there," he said, in an interview with ABC's This Week. "She had nothing to say... Maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. You tell me."

Ghazala Khan said on Friday that she did not speak because she was still overcome with grief and could not look at her son's photos without crying.

Democratic vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine said Mr Trump's remarks were inappropriate.

"He was kind of trying to turn that…

Fire consumes 20 shops at Adenta Barrier

About twenty shops have been burnt with several items destroyed in a raging fire at Adenta Barrier in Accra.

It is unclear what triggered the fire but eyewitnesses say it started from a small shop near the bus terminal at the barrier.

According to Starr News’ Bright Ampedu Okyere who is at the scene, several people have trooped to the place and are helping personnel of the Fire service to put out the flame.

The fire, according to Okyere, has spread to a nearby mechanic shop consuming several parked vehicles in its wake.