Medikal flaunts newly acquired pistol on social media. Ghanaian rapper Medikal has shared a new video on social media showing off his newly acquired American pistol. The multiple award-winning rapper, who is known for living a flashy lifestyle on social media, has gone the extra mile to get full protection for his life.
On Friday night, the rapper took to his Instagram story page to share a video flashing his new pistol. He added no caption to the video.
His newly acquired pistol is a popular American brand, and it’s the famous Ruger American Pistol.
The Ruger American Pistol is a polymer-framed, semi-automatic pistol introduced by Ruger in December 2015. The pistol uses a pre-tensioned striker firing system, and is chambered in 9mm Luger and .45 ACP, according to Wikipedia. It costs $579 (equivalent to GHC3,400).
Last week, the “Omo Ada” rapper announced a new album, titled “Wolf.” The forthcoming project is the Sowutuom rapper’s sophomore album.
He later announced an album tour and praised his fans, saying: “Meditants, Medigang and AMG be the best!”
“Wolf” is his 6th body-of-work. It follows “Medikation Mixtape” (2013), “Disturbation” album (2017), “The Plug” EP (2019), “Island” EP (2020), “The Truth” EP (2020).
Medikal was recently in the news for walking off stage at this year’s 4syte TV Music Video Awards. While other acts were performing with Medikal, the rapper left the stage in a manner that appeared to shock viewers. Speaking on Hitz FM, he detailed that he left the stage for Kuami Eugene to continue with his performance.
“I didn’t walk off stage to disrespect anyone…” he emphasized and explained that “it was planned that after we’re done performing that song, we were all going to get off stage for Kuami Eugene to do other performances.”
He added that “it’s a song we recorded for 4Syte TV. After doing my verse, I thought we were all supposed to leave but my colleagues were still on stage because they were not done with their part; I was done… It wasn’t a disrespectful act at all”.
According to Medikal, he went to sit down and that shows he wasn’t angry. “If I was angry, I would have left the venue,” he added. Medikal flaunts newly acquired pistol on social media.
Should I stop singing? – Kumi Guitar seeks answers from fans. Highlife singer, Kumi Guitar, has taken fans by surprise following a question on whether or not he should quit doing music. Born Nana Yaw Kumi, the highlife musician is one of Ghana’s talented singers who has entertained music lovers with his good tunes.
The Zylofon Music signee, on Saturday, gave a hint that he was contemplating on whether to put his musical career on hold. It is not clear what might have led to his recent comments but fans have encouraged him not to give up on his dream.
“Please help me answer this problem. Should I stop singing? YES or No. Help me select and with reason pls,” he asked his over 93,000 followers on Instagram.
In reaction to his post, Quarme wrote: “Whaaaaaaat! Pls Don’t stop!!!.Bcos U still Remains Undisputed and A Universal Champion When it comes to Highlife Music in this 21Century and it is well Noted not by Only me But Whole Globe is ware and they are watchin @kuamieugene.”
Another Yhaa replied, “No, @kumiguitargh I really love your voice.”
Kumi Guitar has a list of awards to his credit including the 2018 Highlife Act of the Year at the 3Music Awards among others.
His popular songs including Dream, Problem, Betweener and Break Into Two. According to Kumi, he is passionate about selling Ghanaian Highlife music to the country and the rest world.
“I AM HIGHLIFE! There’s no feeling greater than my passion for good, authentic Ghanaian highlife music and I love to share that with you,”
the singer wrote in a post in September 2020. Should I stop singing? – Kumi Guitar seeks answers from fans.
Police officially arrest Takoradi woman over alleged ‘fake pregnancy and kidnapping’. Josephine Panyin Mensah, the 28-year-old woman at the centre of the alleged fake kidnapping and pregnancy case, has officially been arrested and detained by Police in Takoradi in the Western Region.
The woman, now a suspect, has been detained at the Takoradi Central police cells. Josephine was officially taken into custody on Friday night, September 24, 2021, immediately after the police claimed that she had confessed that she deceived security officers and the entire country with a pregnancy and kidnapping story.
“The suspect, Josephine Panyin Mensah, 28, has confessed to the Police during further investigations and stated that neither was she pregnant nor ever being kidnapped. The public will be updated with further details,” police said in a statement.
The woman’s mother, Agnes Essel, who was also detained on Thursday, was also released on Friday night.
Meanwhile, residents of Takoradi who initially sympathized with Josephine have expressed shock and disappointment at the turn of events. Josephine Panyin Mensah has been in the news since last Thursday after the media reported that she was nine months pregnant and had been kidnapped during a dawn walk.
She resurfaced a week later at Axim in the Western Region without her alleged pregnancy or baby. Police officially arrest Takoradi woman over alleged ‘fake pregnancy and kidnapping’.
Ahafo Region: Two primary school pupils drown in dam at Kenyasi. Two primary six pupils have died in a drowning incident that happened at Ahafo Kenyasi in the Ahafo Region on Wednesday, September 22, 2021. The students, identified as 13-year-old David Opoku and 14-year-old Thomas Opoku, allegedly drowned after diving into the Newmont dam in Ahafo Tutuka.
Police at Ahafo Kenyasi have since begun investigations into the matter. The Asutifi North and South District Police Commander, DSP Paul Ankan, told the media that “The information that reached the police was that two boys had drowned in a dam.
“Based on the information, police rushed to the scene and realized that the apparel and slippers of the victims were at the bank of the dam.
“The police sought the services of the local divers and the bodies of the children were retrieved”.
Police information says the bodies of the two have been deposited at the morgue pending autopsy. Ahafo Region: Two primary school pupils drown in dam at Kenyasi.
Check The Hilarious Reactions Of These Americans After Watching Jay Bahd’s Y3 Y3 Dom. An Instagram page dedicated to hood life and entertainment posted a snippet of Yɛ y3 Dom music video by the Asakaa Boys and the followers somewhat went crazy over it passing out what seems like the most hilarious reaction to a music video.
No bad energy out there just appreciations and words of excitement with a little bit of confusion and sarcasm. The video which was shared on Instagram was quick to attract the attention of users with it’s pure display of tradition and dark theme drill sounds.
The song itself is such a massive hit and a grand pioneer of the Asakaa genre as it comes with an influx of a rich Asante tradition and artistry and was part of Jay Bahd’s recent project dubbed ‘the return of kɔmfo Anokye’. Aside pulling huge numbers on the various music platforms, it is also a huge street banger and a Supreme contender on everyone’s Playlist.
With all this, it came as no surprise that it found its way to thrill these Americans but their reaction was one of a kind. It was like they just discovered an alternative dimension in the midst of nowhere. Peep some of these comments below. Check The Hilarious Reactions Of These Americans After Watching Jay Bahd’s Y3 Y3 Dom.
Kwaku Manu Reportedly Divorces His US-Based Wife. Popular Ghanaian comic actor, Kwaku Manu has reportedly divorced his wife, Mrs. Dianne Okailey Manu, who is based in the USA.
According to blogger Kobby Kyei, Kwaku Manu confirmed the news of his divorce to him. Kwaku Manu is married to a beautiful Ghanaian woman named Mrs Dianne Okailey Manu who is actually based in the United States of America. They have four children together.
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KOBBY KYEI NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Popular Kumawood Star Kwaku Manu Divorces US-Based Wife In Dramatic Circumstances.
Watch: Hot Atopa video of Facebook SlayQueen banging 3 Guys. The slay queen known as Linda Ayesu who seems to look like a ‘hook up girl’ charged the guys 600ghc to have sekz with her. Judging from what is on her Facebook profile it looks like that’s what she does for a living.
In the said leaked tape, the girl known as Linda and gives one of the guys BJ while another fires her from the back.
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Screenshots: Social Media Crucify Petrah Over Silly Comments. This early morning didn’t go down well for some people as someone decided to ruin their blues and rhythm. A perfectly good day might have been intercepted by the silly opinions spewed out by one said ambitious lady chasing time to breathe the fresh air of the mainstream section of the music industry.
Petrah woke up and felt dangerous enough to air her stand in the music industry. We can’t tell if it was her understandable point of view or perhaps imaginary perceptions. All we know is that she tweeted it all with her hands banging her chest as she never stopped at two or nine but continued to air out more tweets that followed the same channel of deranged thinking or maybe a medically approved cause.
Starting up with what likely came up as a joke and strictly ignored, she followed up with a much more belligerent reminder that probably caught every passerby’s meteoric attention. I bet everyone $30 what transpired in the mind of everyone who came upon this tweet was like, “Ah girl wei bribi gye gye nu anaa, gyama amanfuo aduaba yi bi an girl yi akofa adi, oh saa girl nu di3 jon tsssws”. As annoying as it came to many, it was also the most painful thing that someone of her calibre can say, which made the comment suffocate them to their maximum level of getting triggered.
Fuck it guys am the best in this music thingy Check my mixtape and thank me later. No one does it like i do. End of story
By the way, if you are also triggered enough to ask about who this lost sister in christ is? Her name is Petrah and an acclaimed multi-genre award-winning artiste in Ghana with less than 6k monthly listeners and less than 70k plays from her all-time statistics on Audiomack and 12k followers on Twitter who also thinks she’s the best female to ever grace the music scenes of Ghana. With no discography to account for her claims, it is evident why everyone who came across her tweet to punch her back to reality at all costs available.
What made the backlash severe was her continuous rants that followed these two tweets.
Gh nankasa one way songs nkoaaa na monim wen someone comes to spice it then you pple want to find fault & negativity.
The fact that she ended series of rants with a shared grace makes the entire thing look outrageous. She poured her heart out and somewhat ended up saying too much to gain a fan or lose a bunch of respect and regard. Shades kept flying left and right and we are not on the lines to discuss it but the question we have to ask is that, is her comments enough to gain such backlash or she is just too below par to entertain her passing them out?
Where does she even stand to spew out? According to many, she is just another good looking fraud of a musician with absolutely no talent but courage to flaunt her nakedness to drive the attention of the public to her music which always ends in disappointment. As per usual, we made a perfect introduction of herself from the very beginning but the grounds still remains under the fact that she raised her head up and saw the lineup of female artistes in the country and made such claims then they have every reason to bash her.
Everyone had a piece of his or her mind to slap in her face so much that the backlash brought her name right into the top 10 trends. For many, this was all she desired for which is getting her name in the trends no matter how. She really doesn’t care whether it got there after being dragged through the mud or whether it was pampered calmly there. She wants her attention at all cost since her records even include using the grounds of a serious demonstration to remind everyone that she was a human, a female and also got nice looking ass.
Write 2 lines of Petrah mix tape and I will give you my logins 😂😂😂
Pure Akan Drops His Second Studio Album “Nyame Mma”. Outstanding Ghanaian recording artiste, Bernard Nana Appiah, known within the showbiz circles as Pure Akan has finally released his long-awaited album titled; “Nyame Mma”. Prior to the release, Pure Akan hinted that the project, “Nyame Mma” will be a gospel album. The album which translates ‘God’s Children’ is a sixteen track project with guest appearances from Ayisi and King Ayisoba.
The body of works which has been in works for close to 3 years comes with a dark and grainy cover with Pure Akan sandwiched by 2 women and 11 children. “Nyame Mma” album serves as the official follow up to his 2017 album, “Onipa Akoma” which earned positive reviews from fans and critics. ‘Onipa Akoma’ has been described as a game-changer in the music industry.
When an event at West Legon briefly hit a snag, patrons sat – yet to be bothered – on the moist freshly cut grass of the Villa Victoria, engaged in hearty chatter while the technicians worked sound equipment to get the show on the road. I looked from a wall I leaned against as Pure Akan, host of the show, took matters into his own hands and tweaked cables behind some of the mixers to ensure that things went according to plan on that Saturday, July 10.
He seemed to know what he was doing; therefore, as a guest who had arrived late fearing he might have missed the event, a heavy sigh was all I could heave. For the fans, it was just another night with their icon who did not fancy celebrity status and was on call to give the guests a treat, even if it meant hitting the stage as a technician who would later re-emerge as the lead artiste, a few performances in.
This challenge with the sound quality at Aboa Concert II would continue throughout the night. However, the intensity with which the audience sang along will have you questioning why they needed a sound system, to begin with. From ‘Mi Sika Duro’ down to ‘Helebaba,’ Kwa Appiah, as he is affectionately called, took the audience on a ride from his early days and a cruise on his first album Onipa Akoma, one of the most-streamed records on Aftown after its release in 2017.
That was the first time many of his fans were given a sneak peek of his new album Nyame Mma. The ice breaker was ‘Mensesa me ho’, and the crowd went wild. The track would later be announced in the fifth spot on the 16-track album, Pure Akan’s sophomore project. ‘Mensesa me ho,’ to wit ‘I won’t change,’ depicts his unwillingness to stray from his originality and roots.
Speaking of which, it may not be too late to reach out to the head of your family, ‘Abusua Panyin’ back in your village, or any culturally eclectic figure you know. Because this collection will challenge everything, you ever knew to be true about the current world as you know it, as against what transpired in the pre-2000s. Basically, it’s a nostalgic body of work.
Akan delves deep into this project as it is themed around the essence of identity, cultural values and norms, which are used to galvanize the bond among indigenes. Right from the top, ‘Agyapade3’ speaks about deep-seated inheritance and resources available to indigenous Ghanaians but are now inaccessible because of inadequate knowledge about one’s roots back home.
‘Hw3 Ade3 Na to Ade3’ gets into how children are oriented and trained in homes where guardians downplay the inculcation of culture, leading to a loss of the fundamental tenets that links a person to their ancestry, a subtle reference at Westernisation of Africans and its demerits.
Nketenkete, the third song on the track, actually gives away the setting for the experience. Pure Akan seems to be telling folklore to children gathered around a fire in a village scene like in the 90s Ghanaian TV show, ‘By The Fire Side.’ On the track, he lists popular games which bonded societies but have been gradually disappeared post-colonialism.
He evokes traditional games such as ‘ampe’, ‘pilolo’, ‘Peele’, ‘Nkro’ and urges the children to stay true to them. It’s a fascinatingly refreshing tune for pre-2000s babies as it outlines fun activities that predated improved technology, which now presents the creeping indoor and screen culture we’re seeing today.
The song’s composition is heavily influenced by legendary Nana Ampadu’s ‘Nketenkete’ in the early 1970s. I don’t remember the last time any contemporary went that far back in time for an original domestic sample.
For a moment, I wondered if Pure Akan has had only recently awakened to the stories of havoc the colonialism wrecked onto the thriving tribes in the precolonial period.
The raw energy with which he attacks the sound and renewed commitment to rectifying the anomalies done by the canker is evident on ‘Aponkye Is A Goat,’ a song that featured silky-voiced, Ayisi.
The song contains probably one of the most powerful verses on any tape this year.
“I’m the stubborn slave that jumped off the slave ship and was left behind. So now I have to protect what’s left and show the way,” is a translation from the actual twi bar.
Profound as it sounds, it visualizes the damage and resources lost from West Africa through the transatlantic slave trade and the need to stop the ongoing brain drain and make the continent the ‘heaven’ that many continue to travel abroad to seek.
This message is reinforced by songs such as Akwasi, Tumtum.
Other songs like ‘Meka ho bi,’ ‘Akyire Basaa’ call out the current generation to play their part in giving society a facelift.
A journey through the album sounds like a piece that African Studies Departments worldwide will adopt as a case study decades to come.
It is rich in local instruments, adages, allusions that go centuries into history and references to activities that will tickle the fancy of even an oldest Ghanaian. But the artiste is far from even 40 years old. Over 90% of the record was produced by TwistedWavex. It takes a godly turn on Nyame Ba. It is No. 15 on the tracklist and talks about an acceptance of the light of God and the phenomenon’s position as the base for all creation.
The song is a deep reflection on the realization that divine power has been placed in the hands of humans from infancy and must be used for good, through impact in the lives of others while making the best out of opportunities.
I kid you not when I say nothing can prepare you for the sounds you will hear on the discography. It comprises sounds of cultural drums, pronounced guitars, burga highlife, and hip-hop. It is occasionally infused with Ashanti originated Nwomkro.
The artistry is well thought-through by observing the skits sandwiching some of the songs like two parts of ‘Asɛm a esii kɔyɔbɛda.’
Another brilliant collaboration that of King Ayisoba on ‘Bɔkɔɔ”.
In the song, the duo urges Africans to persevere in patience and judiciously utilize what is left of the plundering that our forefathers were subjected to during the harsh colonial era.
And oh, ‘morning’ was the only English word I heard on the whole album, let that sink in.
I don’t see this as a mere body of work, but one that teaches valuable lessons – a full historical timeline of a lost people retracing their steps back home. Fortunately, we found the map in these 16 songs. Pure Akan Drops His Second Studio Album “Nyame Mma”.
Sarkodie Is Too Arrogant To Earn My Support – Blakk Rasta. Sarkodie Is Not A Guy I Will Like To Support Because He Is Too Arrogant. Popular Ghanaian musician and radio host, Blakk Rasta has described rapper, Sarkodie as a guy who is too arrogant for his liking.
Speaking on Zylofon FM, Blakk Rasta said Sarkodie has no respect for womanhood and that he will never support him. He also stated that Sarkodie does not even respect his mother and father. According to Blakk Rasta, Sarkodie used to be humble and very respectful before he even became a household name in the music industry.
The controversial media personality further added that he would have disowned Sarkodie if he was his son.
“This is not a guy I will like to support, he is too arrogant for my liking and I say it with passion. During his ‘kasahare’ time, he was very humble, even a goat, he will greet on his way. In his own words, since he shot to fame he is unable to answer phone calls not even his biological mother’s calls.
What’s your purpose on earth if you have no respect for your own mother? This guy must come out and apologize to womanhood, it’s so sad. I would have disowned him if he was my son”, he said.
Blakk Rasta made this statement while reacting to Sarkodie’s claim in a recent interview on Zylofon FM that his mother always complains that he doesn’t answer her calls.
Watch the video below: Sarkodie Is Too Arrogant To Earn My Support – Blakk Rasta.