Amanda Acquah, wife of Black Stars midfielder Afriyie Acquah has rendered an unqualified apology to his ex-husband Kennedy Agyapong, who is popularly known as Kenpong, for releasing an audio recording in which she made disparaging remarks about him.
Kanye West has discovered his ''single greatest quality'' is that he cares. The 'All Day' hitmaker - who has children North, two, and Saint, three months, with wife Kim Kardashian West - believes he has ''discovered'' his best personal attribute is his concern for other people and the wider world.
Celine Dion has thanked her fans for giving her ''energy'' and motivating her to make her late husband proud with her stage show.
The 'Think Twice' hitmaker - who returned to her residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel and Casino on February 23 for the first time since the death of her beloved husband René Angelil in January - praised her ''amazing'' audiences for helping her get back to her best as she prepared for a break from the shows.
Viola Davis has slammed the ''entitlement'' of young actors who expect to be superstars overnight. The 'How To Get Away With Murder' actress can't understand why aspiring thespians turn down roles because they are not their ideal projects, insisting they should accept everything while honing their craft as they will never be ''superstars'' without a body of work behind them.
President John Dramani Mahama has paid tribute to the late veteran Comedian, Samuel Kwadwo Buabeng, popularly known as Bob Okala. The 59-year old passed away on Sunday dawn at the Koforidua Government Hospital, after a short illness.
The long queues outside of the O2 from 7pm last night was already a good indication that Sarkodie Live was going to be a sell out show. The atmosphere inside the auditorium at IndigO2 was energised as the crowd arrived unfashionably early for a concert tipped to be the best performance display by an African artist.
While the 2016 Oscars awards didn’t give much attention to diversity, the 2016 MTV Movie Awards seems to be doing the exact opposite.
The record-breaking movie Star Wars leads this year’s nomination list, with 11 nominations including the “Movie of The Year” and “Ensemble Cast Categories”. Actress Lupita Nyong’o was nominated for “Best Virtual Performance” in Star wars while British- Nigerian actor, John Boyega was also nominated in the “Breakthrough Awards Category”.
Jada Pinkett Smith is moving on after Chris Rock’s now-famous joke about her at the 2016 Oscars. After the nominations announcement revealed that, like the year before, all the acting nominees are white, the 44-year-old actress a vowed to boycott the ceremony. She was among many people, including celebs, who spoke out about the lack of diversity.
Shirley Nana Akua Frimpong-Manso won the award for Best Picture Editor at this year’s Africa Magic Viewers Choice held Saturday in Lagos.
Miss Frimpong-Manso’s win was a huge statement for Ghana, which failed to go home with a single award last year. The serial winner was not present to receive the award but took to Twitter to express her excitement.
Hiplife music group, Praye on Sunday morning at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium announced musician and DJ, Andy Dosty as new member of the group. The group made a formal public statement at the second edition of Freedom Concert when they appeared on stage to perform.
Cary Joji Fukunaja’s Beasts of No Nation is an interesting movie. In one breath it reveals the rich floral life of Ghana which most video directors and filmmakers don’t tap into enough but on the other hand plays into the all too familiar African related movies which must bear slavery, war and savagery as well as corruption themes to stand the chance of gaining international recognition and awards.
Miley Cyrus has vowed to move out of the U.S. if "nightmare" candidate Donald Trump becomes president.
The reality TV star-turned-politician had a major victory on Tuesday (01Mar16), when initial polling proved the 69-year-old to be the Republican frontrunner, making it a strong likelihood he will be appointed the party's candidate for this year's (16) election.
Ahead of his controversial disqualification from the 2016 edition of Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) Ghana’s dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah, aka Shatta Wale, has been calling on members of his Shatta Movement to be inspired by his story and never give up on their dreams and goals.