Nollywood star actor, Jim Iyke has spoken about his much publicised relationship with actress, Nadia Buari.
Cynthia Appiadu, a member of veteran gospel trio; Daughters of Glorious Jesus, has disclosed that all three members of the group remained virgins until they got married.
The veteran musician made the disclosure in an interview with Franky 5 on “This is Gospel” on Hitz FM.
The celebrated gospel group made up of Edna Sarpong, Monica Owusu Ansah and Cynthia Appiadu, has for many years treated Ghanaians to a number of great gospel hits such as ‘Mebo Wo Din Daa’, ‘Edin No’ and ‘Asomdwoe Hene’.
According to Cynthia Appiadu, the group, guided by Archbishop Akwasi Asare Bediako; their spiritual father, was so focused on music and as such, never dated any man and stayed as virgins until marriage.
Film director Pascal Amanfo says celebrities are coming together to champion Christ’s message to erode the negative perception people have about them.
According to him, they are also using their fame and influence to evangelize and win souls for Christ.
To that effect, the director, together with other entertainment personalities including Majid Michel, have been organising Actors, Presenters, Professionals and Musicians for Christ (APPMC).
Speaking recently in an interview with Becky of JoyNews, Pascal stated that the event which used to be hosted in churches will now be held at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) on December 8.
Actress, Lydia Forson has kicked against any attempt to blame musician Patapaa, for the deaths and accidents that have occurred due to his ‘One Corner’ dance.
She noted that it is simply not fair to blame Patapaa for the irresponsible behaviours of people who dance to his song. Her defence for the musician follows reports that two people, who were on a motorbike dancing to ‘One Corner’, met their untimely death at Ntotroso, a mining town in the Asutifi North District of Brong-Ahafo Region.