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My Husband And I Are Modelling Our Company After Charter House – Mimi

Mimi talks about her mentors.

Director of the Golden Movie Awards, Mimi Adani Michaels revealed that she and her husband are modelling after Charterhouse couple Iyiola Ayoade and Theresa Ayoade.

Furthermore, according to her, she and her husband, Nana Michael, who is the executive director of the Golden Movie Awards scheme, are working very hard to achieve the success the Ayoade’s have.

Moreover, she stressed on the importance of maintaining the standards of the Golden Movie Award scheme. Also, Mimi made reference to the ‘Ayoades’ as a couple that braved the storm citing the feat they have attained with their events and productions company, Charterhouse.

Mimi about emulating Charter House

“Iyiola and Theresa are the mentors of myself and my husband. They don’t even know yet but we are trying to be like them. Everything they have we have it but in a smaller version. We are yet to sit down and let them feel good about that. They’ve created another couple out of what they have done in the industry but they are not even aware.”

Nana Aba Anamoah And Her Son, Paa Kow Posted Up On Social Media

Nana Aba flaunts her son.

Ghanaian journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah shows off her son. Furthermore, the son is Paa Kow. He is very handsome.

Moreover, the boy has grown into a fine gentleman, and so tall. Obviously, he is taller than his mother.

Nana Aba posted the photo to her Instagram page and wrote:-

“Getting my son to pose for a picture is as difficult as pinning a medal on a shadow. Why are boys like this?”

She gave birth in her teens and has single-handedly raised him without the help of the boy’s father. Nana Aba revealed in an earlier interview that she had not spoken to Paa Kow’s father in the previous 16 years.

Nana Aba Anamoah and son, Paa Kow

Photos: Zynnell Zuh Rocks ‘Miss India’ looks

Ghanaian awards winning actress and fashionista, Zynnell Zuh has set social media ablaze once again with her recent photos.

She’s undoubtedly considered for all the legit reasons as the basic fashion asset that Ghana has.

The actress widely known as a major trendsetter in the Ghanaian showbiz. She always leaves an indelible mark on any red carpet she steps her feet on.

Zynnel’s beauty and curves make her ‘slay’ effortlessly in whatever she finds herself in and her fans love her for that.

The fashion icon has wowed her followers on Instagram again but this time round in a far more different look.

She has perfectly rocked the ‘Miss India’ look and we are stunned.

She is wearing bright colored Indian attires with dark makeup to amazingly portray Indian culture.

The Indian jewelry and embroidered attires that she is wearing in the pictures are absolutely stunning.

She really did justice to her look as as well displayed the’ mehndi’ beautifully designed on her hands.

We must say she has taken the game to the whole next level. With her complexion, you might mistaken her for a real Indian.

She credited award-winning International Fashion designer, Wendy L’artisane as her stylist and provider of the accessories.

Check her out below and let us know if she nailed the ‘Miss India’  looks or not for you;

Yvonne Okoro, Joselyn And Nana Ama As Cover Girls For The Latest Edition Of Glitz Africa Magazine

Glitz Africa Magazine is set to release its April issue which will also be its 20th.

However, it has dropped the cover of the magazine and featuring it are three beautiful and gorgeous women.

Featuring and serving as cover girls for this episode of the mag are three Ghanaian actresses.

They include; Joselyn Dumas, Nana Ama McBrown and Yvonne Okoro stunning on the covers.

Glitz Africa surely have an eagle’s eyes as they left no stone unturned in picking three of the most talented and beautiful actresses in the country.

May’s issue acknowledges this talented trio in the movie industry.

Glitz Africa Magazine has since its inception, consistently published high-quality issue. They do this every quarter to highlight and celebrate the contemporary African lifestyle and entertainment.


It titles this issue as, ‘Queens of the Pack’ and we can’t agree more.

All three ladies are looking absolutely stunning and flamboyant in black on the cover.

Their ‘no hand’ evening wears revealing just a bit of their flesh is a sight to behold.

The actresses took to their official social media handles to post the picture of the cover proudly. We love the cover like anything. More power to the elbows of these amazing ladies who have achieved so much for Ghana and themselves.

Don’t forget to grab your copy when it hits the stands next weekend.

Have a look at the cover and don’t forget to let us know your views in the comments section:


Isaac Dogboe Becomes Ghana’s Youngest Ever World Champion

We are proud of Isaac Dogboe.

Ghanaian boxer, Issac Dogboe produced a world-class performance. Furthermore, he knocked out American Jessie Magdaleno to win the WBO World Super Bantamweight Title. The fight happened in Philadelphia.

The 23-year-old becomes the nation’s youngest ever world champion. Moreover, he surpasses the feat of Ike Quartey who did it at age 25.

Isaac Dogboe winning WBO World Super Bantamweight Title

However, Dogboe did it the hard way. He was knocked down for the first time in his career in the first round of the bout, with a fantastic combination of punches from the American.

Moreover, he managed to beat the count and saw off the rest of the round.

Dogboe slowly began to grow into the bout, pulling of some well-timed body shots which clearly undid his opponent.

After, in round 10, the Ghanaian inflicted powerful shots to the body of his American opponent.

Dogboe delivered a strong right hand which shocked Magdaleno. This caused him to retreat to the corner. Moreover, this allowed Dogboe to rush in and wear him down with a series of combination punches before the bell went.

In the 11th round, Dogboe delivered a knockout punch. The referee waved off the bout. This caused wild cheers in the Dogboe corner.

The two boxers embraced after the bout–a real show of sportsmanship especially after the controversy surrounding the two before the bout.

Dogboe’s victory ended Ghana’s 6-year-wait for a world champion.

Shatta Michy Goes Red On Social Media

Shatta Michy is on fire.

Baby mama to Shatta Wale, Shatta Michy releases new photos on social media. Furthermore, the photos are beautiful and attractive. Michy shared this photo on her Instagram page. Moreover, from the caption it suggests that she is crushing on herself.

She wrote:

“#wcw the LADYBOSS ,MICHY”

Her fans and followers have sent her heartwarming and consolation messages.


Furthermore, Michy and Shatta Wale enjoyed a rosy relationship until April 16, 2018. This was when they shook the internet with their breakup.

According to her, Shatta beats her up, threatens her with a gun, and abuses her in many ways. However, in all she kept quiet.

Therefore, she won’t endure the oppression anymore.

Meanwhile, Michy wrote on social media that she is “Single and free from oppression.”

Photos of Shatta Michy on social media in red


Photos: All The Red Carpet Moments At The Ghana Make-up Awards 2018

The Ghana Make-up Awards 2018 came to a successful end over the weekend.

Venue for the awards night was the prestigious Kempinski Hotel, Gold Coast City in Accra.

The event was graced by a lot of celebrities, Make-up artistes and other personalities.

Walking away with the ultimate award for the night was Sandra Don Arthur (Alexandrina Makeup).

She won the Makeup artiste of the Year and the Best Editorial Makeup Artiste awards.

Actress and producer Juliet Ibrahim and MC Ato Turkson were hosts for the night.

Gracing the event was personalities such as Hon Ursula Owusu Ekuful, Minister of Communications.

Celebrities such as actress Martha Ankoma, Zynnel Zuh among others were present.

Nominees and top makeup artistes and brands also trooped in in their numbers.

As usual, they put on their fashion game at the event.

Below are all the red carpet photos from the event;



Charter House Is A Joke – Mr Eazi

Mr Eazi feels some type of way about Charter House.

Nigerian afro-beats artiste, Mr Eazi stated that he rather lose at the Grammy Awards than cry over VGMA. Furthermore, this is because organisers of the event, Charter House are jokers.

Moreover, according to the singer, the scheme is not a well-recognised one. Therefore, he doesn’t have to worry himself over why he won no award at the 2017 edition.

Mr Eazi’s comments about Charter House and VGMA’s

“Charterhouse is full of jokers, how can you conclude that I am not a big artiste when I organized the biggest event (Life is Eazi Detty Rave concert) same year you nominated me for ‘Best African Artiste of the Year‘ category at the VGMA? 

If eno sey ebi Grammy wey dem nominate me wey afi say ooh I go fi win this Grammy then if I lose, it’s two things, I will say aah I’m supposed to win this award but I will be a happy boy because I got nominated for the Grammy’s and that’s the Grammy but if it’s some other awards.” 

He made these comments on Delay’s show.

Moreover, the host asked why he didn’t perform at the 2017 edition of the VGMAs. He said he was not surprised he lost the ‘Best African Artiste of the Year‘ award to RunTown. This is because Charterhouse wanted him to perform for free.

“They called my manager for me to perform at last year’s VGMAs and I told them I was on tour in the USA and if they can book flight for me to come since they were not going to give me a dime but they couldn’t oblige to that and I had stay off because I had a show that was going to pay me good money.”

Moreover, he buttresses his claim that Charter House are jokers. He stated that he organised a successful show in Ghana which recorded huge numbers. Therefore, for Charterhouse to assume that he is not a ‘big cat’ is unfathomable.

He said at this moment of his life, his only focus is to make his fans happy and make a lot of money.

Watch video of Delay Interview

Criss Waddle Reveals Why Most ‘Slay’ Queens Were Missing At This Year’s VGMAs

The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards has over the years become one of the most biggest events in Ghana in terms of Music.

The event is highly patronized by artistes, music lovers and industry players.

One notable thing about the event is that it is highly attended by most of Ghana’s ‘Slay’ queens.

Most of these ‘slay’ queens are noted for their ‘sassy’ choice of costumes, cheering and jumping to every artist that appears on stage.

However, most of  these ‘slay’ queens seems to have missed this year’s VGMAs. Many have been wondering why but Criss Waddle seems to have the answer.

Boss of AMG Business, Criss Waddle has indicated that these ‘ladies’ missed this year’s VGMAs due to the increase in the price of tickets.

According to the ‘Biegya’ hitmaker, many of the slay queens couldn’t afford this year’s tickets which were sold at Ghc500.

Criss also indicated that his music career is currently resting in peace. He disclosed all these in a series of tweets where he began by praising Sarkodie’s performance at the VGMAs. According to him rapper Sarkodie doesn’t  deserve Ghana stage craft because everything is 100%. A fan then asked him what about his music career and he simply replied with ‘Resting in peace.’

Criss Waddle was one of the country’s biggest music acts in 2011. However, he has over the years taken a background posture to support artistes signed onto his label.

AMG Business is known to have produced Medikal who is currently one of Ghana’s finest when it comes to hip hop.

Tweets below;

Ghana Makeup Awards 2018: Sandra Don Arthur (Alexandrina Makeup) Wins Makeup Artiste Of The Year

The 2nd edition of the Ghana Makeup Awards came off on Saturday, April 28, 2018, at Kempinski Gold Coast City Hotel in Accra.

The event, which was hosted by actress and producer Juliet Ibrahim was highly graced by top celebrities and Makeup artistes.

Sandra Don Arthur with the brand name Alexandrina Makeup was crowned the Makeup Artiste of the year. She also won the Best Editorial Makeup Artiste award as well.

She beat her other contenders; Nancy Chinalurum Ogbonna (Nancyblaq), Sandra) and Marfoa Acheampong (touchmakeupartistry).

Sandra’s keen eye and innate understanding of colour and technique have enabled her to work with some of the industry’s best. She was the head makeup artist on hit television series such as @ Home With Joselyn Dumas, Jim Iyke Unscripted and Dzigbordi Show.

Sandra made her first big breakthrough when she was working on the set of ‘@ Home With…’ in London. When the Managing Director of MNET Africa, Biola Alabi, came on set as a guest.

She has since worked with top celebrities such as Zynnel Zuh, Joselyn Dumas, Omotola Jalade, and a host of others.

Photos Below:

Sandra with her Kids

Why Is She Disgracing Ernest Opoku? – Grace Ashy

There is controversy in the gospel fraternity.

Last week, actress NAYAS accused Ernest Opoku of trying to kill her. Furthermore, she exposed Ernest Opoku as a hypocrite and farud. Moreover, she stated that the singer despite being married, slept with her and impregnated her. However, he later paid her off for her to have an abortion.

Furthermore, veteran gospel singer Grace Ashy descends on actress NAYAS. She questions the veracity of her claims. Also, she said the lady could have solved it amicably but chose not to. That shows how corrupt she is.


Grace Ashy fired at the actress, Nayas about Ernest Opoku

“Why is she disgracing Ernest Opoku? What will she gain from it? For me, if you want me to die, will it help you?

I will never condemn Ernest Opoku, the lady could have contacted pastors in the country to resolve such issues if the whole of Ghana listens they can’t help you in any way.”

Kwaku Manu Finally Speaks After Police Arrest Says He Was Maltreated

Kwaku Manu speaks out.

Kumawood actor, Kwaku Man was arrested at Ejisu in the Ashanti Region. Furthermore, according to reports, the Ejisu-Juaben police command at Ejisu market arrested the actor. The arrest happened while he promoted his new product called Drop Fruit drink in the company of some actors in the movie industry.

Moreover, he retorted: “What should we do again?” This was after a police officer asked him to park their Kia truck properly. According to the officer, the car was on the wrong side of the road.

Therefore, the police asked him to follow them the police station. They arrested him and put him in a cell.

Allegedly, the police assaulted the actor in the process of his arrest.

He was granted bail the day after his arrest. Moreover, Kwaku Manu narrates how the unfortunate incident happened. In an instagram video, the Kumawood actor said the police maltreated him after the arrested on Thursday.

Watch Kwaku Manu speak in the video about his arrest

VGMA Does Not Reward Good Songs But ‘Popular’ Songs — Rex Omar

Rex Omar sounds his opinions.

GHAMRO President, Rex Omar expressed surprise that Patapaa’s ‘One Corner’ failed to win an award. Furthermore, this was at the just ended VGMA’s. However, he explained to Ghanaians why a situation like that could happen.

According to him, the VGMA is based on voting. It does not reward technical proficiency. However, simply those who can mobilize people to vote for them.

Therefore, Omar said a rubbish song can win many awards. And a great song would be neglected so long as the voting is the method of determination.

Patapaa’s popular ‘One Corner’ was unable to win Most Popular Song of the year at the recent awards.

Rex Omar explaining about VGMA award decisions

Zynnel Zuh Crowned ‘Most Glamorous Celebrity’ At Ghana Makeup Awards 2018

Actress and fashionista, Zynnel Lydia Zuh has emerged the Most Glamorous Celebrity at the 2018 Ghana Makeup Awards.

The 2018 edition of the Ghana Makeup Award came off on on Saturday, April 28, at Kempinski Gold Coast City Hotel in Accra.

After sieving through a total of 2,400 applicants, the highest so far in the history of the event, a host of celebs, and makeup artistes were nominated for the various categories.

Wholesalers, consumers, industry advocates and public-sector partners of the makeup and beauty industry in Ghana were also nominated.

Of course, Zynnel Zuh needs no introduction when it comes to fashion in Ghana as she is a ‘slay’ queen.

As usual left her prints on the red carpet as she appeared in a sleek outfit which caught the attention of many.

Her dress had a shiny outlook at the top, with a fur-woven beneath it in the mold of a wedding gown.

Not only that but she also waled away that night with the Most Glamorous Celebrity Award for her enterprising nature. She beat Nana Ama McBrown, Selly Galley and Berla Mundi to emerge winner.

Zynnel, is a name to reckon when it comes to red carpet moments in Ghana. A great section of the public consider her as one of Ghana’s ‘slay’ queens.

She has over the years broken the internet with some eye-catching fashion outfits.

Aside her fashion sense, she is an actress and producer. She has starred in a couple of movies such as; When Love Comes Around, Hire a Man, Deranged, Anniversary, among others.

The 2nd Ghana Makeup Awards comes as part of a week-long celebration dubbed Makeup & Beauty Week, which among other objectives seeks to highlight the economic impact of the Ghanaian and African Makeup and Beauty industries.

Make-Up Ghana are the proud sponsors of the 2nd Ghana Makeup Awards. This comes as a part of a week-long celebration dubbed Makeup & Beauty Week.

It is aims honouring and promoting excellence in the Ghana’s make-up artistry industry, as well as uniting stakeholders.

Kafui Danku Battles It Out With Mum On The #AkwaabaDanceChallenge

The number one trending song in Ghana right now is the Akwaaba song.

The song, which is from the camps of Guiltybeatz, Patapaa, Mr Eazi and Pappy Kojo has been trending for a while now.

Many celebrities have been spotted in viral videos partaking in the #Akwaabadancechallenge.

The latest to join the trend is actress, producer and author Kafui Danku. The actress has shared a video on Instagram with her followers performing the Akwaaba dance moves. She however battles it out with her mother who is also seen ‘digging’ out her moves.

Majority of her followers however adjudged her mother as winner as they hailed praises on her for her tedious moves.

Watch video below;

I Used To Sleep Outside A School Gate — Rapper Eno Barony

Eno is grateful.

Rapper, Eno Barony revealed that God has really brought her a long way in her career. Furthermore, this was from her days as a homeless person till now.

Moreover, according to Eno, she slept outside a school when times were really tough. However, she’s made it up till now.

Eno reminisces on social media about her battle to the top

“I am just like dat stone the builder refused friends looked down on me family neglected me society rejected me called me ugly and useless and it got stuck in ma head till date and this made me so afraid of even being my self . People pretend to like me but laugh at me behind my bak. They only side wit me when it’s beneficial but sincerely they dnt believe in me.

I may not be dat superstar yet but I think am special and dat nobody can take from me I may not be perfect but at least am trying And dat God who took me from sleeping outside of a school gate to a bed and a pillow will surely take me to higher heights I hav a great story to tell sum day and dats why my Lyrics is never short watch de space.”

Guilty Beatz ‘Akwaaba’ Song Trends In Japan

It seems Africans are are not only blessed with natural resources but dance moves as well. We have moved from Azonto to One corner and now Akwaaba.

If you’re a music lover and social media freak, then I’m sure you don’t need much intros about the Song ‘Akwaaba’

Few weeks ago, Ghanaian sound engineer Guilty beatz dropped a brand new fast tempo banger tagged ‘Akwaaba’

Guilty beatz teamed up with rapper Pappy Kojo, singer Mr Eazi and Patapaa of ‘One Corner’ fame on this tune.

They initiated some dance moves in a cartooned video released for ‘Akwaaba’, which simply means ‘Welcome’.

The song and its dance moves have since received enormous hype and gone viral across the nation and beyond.

And right now, from one corner, the challenge trending now is the #Akwaabadancechallenge.

There are different viral videos showing choreographers, celebrities, personalities performing the dance moves in various viral videos. Celebrities such as Genevieve Nnaji, Juliet Ibrahim among others have joined in the challenge.

These videos have clogged the various social media platforms. And gradually, the song has landed on the Japanese land. A video of a Japanese choreographer and model identified as Junna Yagi has warmed the hearts of social media users.

She performs the ‘Akwaaba’ dance moves from the car park to the shopping mall. What made the video more captivating was another Japanese man who according to the lady is her father who also couldn’t help but to exhibit his dance moves as well.

This video has been shared by the four musicians and we got this one from Guilty Beatz Instagram page.

Take a look at it below;


Shatta Wale Sets Social Media Ablaze With Ultramodern ‘Gringo’ Video

Award-wining dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has has gone international with his video for his latest song titled ‘Gringo’

The ‘Ayoo’ hitmaker has got people talking about his quality ultramodern visuals for this new single.

The song is however from his soon-to-be released album which he titles the ‘Reign’ album.

Gringo, translates as (in Spanish speaking countries and contexts, chiefly in the Americas) a person, especially an American who is not Hispanic or Latino. It could also mean foreigner or gibberish) and originated from Spanish.

The video was shot under Zylofon Music in Texas, USA and directed by ace Nigerian Video director Sesan.

Production credit however, goes to David Nguyen. The video, according to his management, Zylofon Music, is the most expensive video ever shot in the ‘taking over’ hitmaker’s music career.

In Texas alone, the video was shot in two locations namely, the cities of San Antonio and Blanco.

It tells the story of an extraordinary ‘cowboy’ who finds his way into a small town. This town is filled with all the typical ‘cowboy’ town characters such as crooks, gamblers, drunkards and wild women.

And of course, that cowboy is El Shatta Wale who is seen all dressed up in a traditional cowboy-inspired costume. He compliments his looks with a cowboy action gun which perfectly suits the concept.

Being one of the finest visuals to a track for some time now, it is understandable the raves the video is receiving.

This video is surely bound to go a long way to put Shatta on the world map, looking at it’s creative storyline. And it also appears Shatta will be riding the social media waves for a long time to come.

Watch the video below:

Sad! Jewel Ackah Passed Away

Jewel Ackah passes away.

Ghanaian highlife legend, Jewel is dead. Furthermore, the legend died at 73 years old. Ackah had been battling illness for a while now. Moreover, he gave up the ghost late on Friday, April 27th 2018.

About Jewel Ackah’s circumstances around death

Ackah built a staggering career in his early days. However, he became known for composing hit songs for the NDC.

After he fell ill he struggled to take care of himself. Therefore, he publicly accused the NDC of neglecting him.

He was known to have been battling stroke and other sicknesses for about a decade.

Several personalities and groups, including an NDC group and Nana Appiah Mensah, CEO of Zylofon Media, had made donations for the veteran musician’s upkeep and medical care.

May he rest in peace.

The NPP Government Recognizes Make-Up And Beauty Industry – Catherine Afeku

Minister for Tourism, Arts & Culture, Catherine Afeku, has assured government’s interest in the make-up and beauty industry in Ghana.

According to her, the government recognizes the industry to be a pivot in nurturing the entrepreneurial skills and talent among the youth.

She underscored that government is aware the beauty industry is one of the most lucrative sectors in the creative arts business.

Madam Catherine was speaking at the opening of the 2018 edition Ghana Makeup week dubbed ‘African Makeup and Beauty Fair’.

The 3-days event kicked off at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra on Wednesday.

The event however coincided with the Ghana Makeup week. This climaxed the whole event with an awards night last Saturday at Kempinski Hotel in Accra.

She assured that government is therefore doing all it can to support and regulate the industry for the betterment of the youth who find themselves in that sector.

The assurance is prior to recent calls by some stakeholders to regulate the industry. This, according to them, is necessary due to the upsurge in the number of make-up artists. The upsurge, they alleged is affecting standards.

“The government of President Nana Addo sees this industry as pivotal to helping bring the entrepreneurial skills and artistic talent of young men and women in this sector. As your ministry, we are doing all we can in terms of policy, guidelines and support to ensure that it is mainstream. It is 60-billion plus industry,” says Mrs Afeku.

“Back in the day when people are selling cosmetology. You were looked down up because they thought you were not scientists, doctors, nurses etc. Today, 21st century, we make more money than those traditional jobs… when you walk around, there are three things I will like you to note: standards, quality and professionalism. It is not everybody that is in the beauty business to make people beautiful. So you need to take time, learn the rudiments and be a professional make-up artist or beautician,” she added.

She also tasked the industry to be ambassadors of made-in-Ghana beauty products. As well as join the fight against open defecation along Ghana’s coastline.

The 2018 Make-Up & Beauty Week, which was organised by Make-Up Ghana with support from the Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture. The event brought stakeholders together to help find solutions for challenges affecting the industry.

The Ghana Makeup Week also included activities such as exhibitions, workshops, seminars, training and make-up runway shows.

Great personalities like; Grace Amey-Obeng (CEO, FC Group of Companies), Dentaa Amoateng (CEO, GUBA Enterprise –UK), Kubi Springer (CEO, She Builds Brands – UK), Chief of Staff Abu Jinapor, Dzifa Gomashie former Minister for Tourism Arts & Culture-Dzifa Gomashie, and Berla Mudi, who was the MC were also in attendance.

Happy Birthday Kalybos!!

The comedian is plus 1 today.

Ghanaian actor, Richard Asante celebrates his brithday. Furthermore, he is the only bos with one ‘s’.

Moreover, he has brought a lot of laughter into the lives of many Ghanaians.

He took to his Instagram page to share his happiness with his fans.

He got his big break with the ‘Boys Kasa’ web series. Since then, he was in ‘Kalybos in China’, ‘John & John’ and a couple of other movies. Also, he was the face of Airtel and Ghandour.

Kalybos’ caption about his birthday

“I woke up this morning realizing I am + 1 years today… Hip Hip Hip ????.”

Picture from him