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Friction And Zeal Unite On New Single “Coco”, Check Out Artwork

Former leader and founder of VIP music group Friction is set to release a new single titled ‘Coco’, on which he teams up with his former colleague and current member of VVIP Music group Zeal.

As we wait for the official date of release of the upcoming banger, the artwork of the song has been made public.

The song is expected to be released with a video which was shot in Holland.

Meanwhile, Fox beats takes credit for production of the song with visuals directed by Jurre van Gestel of (Creative Owl Media).

Friction is a former member of the defunct VIP music group, now VVIP, who embarked on his solo project after the success of the group.

He is currently signed onto GhaNed Record label.

He’s based in Europe but has been embarking on several tours across the globe with his music.

‘Coco’ is obviously the latest soon to-be- released track to watch out for by all music lovers.

Vibe with friction via the following social media platforms;

Facebook: officialfriction

Twitter: frictionghana

Instagram: frictionfriction

Checkout artwork from below;

Popular Musician Gets Stuck Inside Colleague Musician’s Wife During S*xual Intercourse(VIDEO)

A popular Ugandan musician named San Yo, has been caught red handed having sexual

intercourse with his colleague Abdul Mulaasi’s wife.

The two were caught in the act on a hot afternoon somewhere in Uganda.

According to reports on popular Ugandan blogs, they were having series of sexual bouts

at a local guest house but they were unable to detach after the sexual encounter.


They tried all their best but still couldn’t separate and that led to them shouting for help from

folks around.

They were carried in a bed sheet and loaded on to the back of a pickup car to get help from a fetish priest.

The husband, Mulassi was later called into the shrine as they fetish priests did their thing and later separated the two.

Watch video below;

Zylofon Media Boss Apologizes To Stonebwoy Over Weekend Brouhahas

Nana Appiah Mensah, CEO of Zylofon Media has extended an apology to the camp of dancehall act Stonebwoy.

It was reported that the A&R Manager at Zylofon Media, Bulldog, and Stonebwoy were engaged in a scuffle over the weekend at the Champs Bar in Accra.

According to reports, Bulldog had led some officials from the label who attempted to seize the Bhim Nation Boss’ car.

The clash between the two teams led to firing of gunshots by Stonebwoy as per reports.

Stonebwoy on the other hand has explained that he fired the shot in self defense against any gruesome attacks.

He however added that the car they wanted to seize from him is his own personal car and not that of the company’s as reports earlier indicated.

Ghanaians have since been following the turn of events at the Zylofon camp between these two teams.

Many have expressed their unhappiness at the current chaos at the camps of Zylofon Media.

Some have condemned Zylofon Media of being unprofessional in handling the current situation.  Others have also labelled the employees of the firm as incompetent and incriminating Stonebwoy due to the signing of Shatta Wale.

But reacting to the issue, Nana Appiah Mensah described the incident as “unfortunate” and strongly condemned the perpetrators.

He took to his tweeter handle to calm nerves and apologize to Stonebwoy and his team few hours after the incident.

Apparently, the whole incident is a miscommunication from the company’s Transport Manager.

His tweet reads;

 “I apologize to team @stonebwoyb and all well wishers for the unfortunate ill incident that occurred. The transport manager exercised a discretion characterized by reflex and over exuberance. An act I vehemently condemn and discourage from our society.”

Juliet Ibrahim Donates To Benue Flood Victims

Juliet Ibrahim has donated GH¢ 12, 200 (about $2766) to the flood victims, while kicking off a campaign to raise GH¢ 122,500 (about $27,662) for displaced Benue Flood victims.

The actress in a video shared on her instagram page @julietibrahim challenged her colleagues to join her in raising 10million Naira for those displaced by the flood.

She disclosed that she once lived as a refugee and knows what it means to work for something and lose it all in the blink of an eye.

“Waking up to news about so many natural disasters happening around the world has been extremely devastating”, Juliet Ibrahim wrote.

“The most recent ones that struck me were ‘Hurricane Harvey’ in Houston Texas, the mudslide’s in Sierra Leone, and now the flooding in Makurdi.

“Many families have lost everything, and even worse, many lives have been lost.

She further urged Nigerian celebrities to join her in helping Makurdi victims just like celebrities are doing their bit abroad for the ‘Hurricane Harvey’ victims.