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Showing posts from October 18, 2017

Photos: Gucci Mane marries Keyshia Ka’oir in a Lavish $1.7million wedding

Rapper  Gucci Mane has married  Keyshia Ka’oir in an ultra-lavish, celebrity-studded wedding that cost an estimated $1.7million.
The wedding , which took place at The Four Seasons in Miami was  broadcast live on BET.
The high cost wedding included the bride’s dress – a custom Youself Alijasmi Bridal piece – was hand encrusted and embroidered with hundreds of thousands of tiny crystals to match her diamond headpiece, blinding bouquet and $500,000 25-carat diamond engagement ring.

Frank Ocean wins $14.5 million defamation lawsuit against his dad

Frank Ocean has won the libel lawsuit filed against him by his father, Calvin Cooksey, for calling him a bigot.
According to TMZ, the singer's dad, Calvin Cooksey, sued him for $14.5 million in damages, claiming Frank defamed him with a social media post recalling a story from his childhood.

Cristiano Ronaldo leads Forbes' Rich List of sportsmen

Cristiano Ronaldo leads Forbes' Rich List of sportsmen - but there's only one Englishman in the Top 20. 
The Real Madrid star striker earned £70m in the last year - making him the highest-paid European sports personality.

Jackie Ankrah, Bernard Kelvin Clive To Speak At 5th Edition of Hope 4 Life Tour

Ofori Panyin Senior High School will host the fifth edition of the acclaimed youth motivation, mentorship and networking event “Hope 4 Life Tour”, which is scheduled for 10:00 am on Saturday, October 21st, 2017.

One year after St John’s Grammar in Accra hosted the fourth edition of Hope 4 Life Tour, the youth empowerment project makes a major stride with its first event outside the Greater Accra Region which is themed “The Revolutionary Mindset”.

"Cancer won": Wife posts heartbreaking tribute after husband dies of cancer one month after their wedding

A man diagnosed with a rare form of cancer has died just five weeks after his wedding and his heartbroken wife is telling of her grief at losing the love of her life and becoming a widow at only 26.
Paul Brame, 35, was told by doctors that he had a cancer in his liver so advanced and aggressive it was inoperable and non-curable. As expected, he was devastated by this news but thought there might be hope, so he and his wife Niah, 26, tried everything they could.

SA Olympic gold medallist Caster Semenya covers Destiny Magazine’s November 2017 Issue

South African Olympic gold medallist and sporting icon Caster Semenya is the latest cover star for Destiny Magazine.
In her interview with the magazine, she credits her wife Violet for persuading her to return to university to obtain her sports science degree saying

Being A TV & Radio Personality Is Difficult For My Children - Jon Germain

Ghanaian musician, radio and television personality, Jon Germain, has stated that being in the limelight is not as rosy as many people often tend to believe, arguing that it is sometimes very difficult for his children.

Jon Germain, on the Celebrity Fanzone show last Saturday disclosed that negative comments about him on social media often does not go down well with his son who obviously knows him to be a very nice person.

Grace Mugabe sues over $1.35m diamond ring

Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe is suing a Lebanese businessman for failing to deliver a $1.35m (£1m) diamond ring, the country’s state-run Herald paper reports.
Jamal Ahmed is reported to have provided Mrs Mugabe with a ring worth $30,000 instead of the one she ordered.

Animal brothel discovered in Serbia as it is revealed that more people are traveling to the country to have sex with dogs, goats, donkeys, pigs and cows

A sick report has revealed the growing business of animal brothel in Serbia with people mostly from Germany, Holland, Sweden and Great Britain coming into the country to have sex with animals which include, cows, goats, dogs, pigs, and donkeys.
Serbia capital, Belgrade is said to be a hotspot for 'zoophiles' who enjoy sex with animals.

Digital Address Will Transform Ghana – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has encouraged every Ghanaian to take advantage of the National Digital Property Address system to improve their lives.
Speaking at the launch of the system in Accra Wednesday, President Akufo-Addo noted the digital property system will help transform the economy because of its multi-faceted benefits.

Ugandan Police ban popular musician turned politician, Bobi Wine from performing at concerts

Police in Uganda have refused to give permission for an event which was to be headlined by Afrobeats artist-turned-politician Bobi Wine because he "uttered words that are inciteful to the public".
He had made the offending comments during a previous concert, the police said. The lawmaker, whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi, is now under investigation for the remarks.

Samira Bawumia offers full sponsorship to 13-year-old who gained admission to KNUST

Samira Bawumia, wife of Ghana’s Vice President, has offered to fully sponsor the education of 13-year-old Ruth Gyan-Darkwa, who gained admission into the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). Ruth Gyan-Darkwah is the youngest person to ever gain admission into KNUST.

Blac Chyna sues entire Kardashian family, claims they cost her millions

Blac Chyna has filed a lawsuit against the Kardashian family, claiming that they submarined her reality show, costing her millions.
The E! network, which carried her show "Rob & Chyna," immediately fought back against her claims.

Bolt named official United States Grand Prix starter

Eight-time Olympic Gold-medallist Usain Bolt will give the go-ahead for the drivers to begin their formation laps at the United States Grand Prix this Sunday.
Bolt is the latest big name to be included in the pre-race events as he will also be joined on the grid by Stevie Wonder, who is performing over the weekend, once legendary announcer Michael Buffer introduces the drivers out onto the track.

Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai trolled for 'wearing skinny jeans and heels' instead of Muslim dress at Oxford University

e Women's rights activist Malala Yousafzai has been trolled for 'wearing jeans and heeled boots' during her first week at Oxford University.
The Nobel laureate was criticised after she was seen in an unverified photo, published in Pakistan media, apparently swapping her shalwar kameeze for skinny jeans, ankle high boots and a bomber jacket.

Akufo-Addo wishes Shatta Wale happy birthday, invites him to Flagstaff House

It started as a simple request from dancehall artiste Shatta Wale on Twitter on October 13 to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
He asked the president, “Your excellency, Tuesday is my birthday ..what are you giving me ..@NAkufoAddo

Kenya election official resigns, saying poll 'not credible'

A senior member of Kenya's electoral commission (IEBC) has resigned, saying the country is unable to hold credible elections next week.

Roselyn Akombe said the IEBC was under political "siege", unable to reach consensus or take any decisions.

Viral video of gay man proposing to his boyfriend

A man proposed to his boyfriend on the grounds of their University and the video of the romantic proposal is going viral online.

Sanya City Arena To Host Miss World 2017 Final

The Miss World Organisation has announced that the impressive Sanya City Arena will be the final venue for the 67th contest for the first time ever. While previous editions of the contest in Sanya took place in and outside of the Beauty Crown Theater, this year it's time for a whole new Miss World experience in Sanya.

2-year old girl survives gunshot wound amidst protests in Kenya

Two-year-old Mary Shantel was wounded by a stray bullet as opposition protests against a presidential vote re-run raged on in Kenya.
According to her mother, Lydia Kageha, she was playing outside the house with her friends when she fell in pain. The child was then immediately transferred to a hospital where a doctor removed a bullet lodged in her shoulder.