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Nigerians don't know Shatta Wale's songs - Juliet Ihrahim

Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim has started that music by Shatta Wale, hardly gets any airplay on Nigerian. 

She added that Sarkodie, Becca and Stonebwoy are the only Ghanaian artistes whose songs have massive rotation on Nigeria radio.

The actress made the revelation during an interview on Daybreak Hitz with Andy Dosty. She said, King Promise also enjoys some support from Ghanaians  in Nigeria.

Many believe that the controversy between Shatta Wale and WizKid was an attempt by shatta Wale to ‘invade’ the Nigerian music market.


In an interview on Kasapa FM with Gatuso, Shatta wale said he doesn’t consider Nigerian artiste, Wizkid as a super star. He added that there is nothing extraordinary about the ‘Ojuelegba‘ act.

“People don’t have that mind to elevate themselves that is why nowadays people see Wizkid and say wow he’s a star. I don’t see Wizkid to be too much for me but Ghanaian's see him like that and artistes also see him like that. I will not see Wizkid and be stunned, I rather want him to see me and be amazed because properties and investments are talking,” said Shatta on Kasapa FM.

“Don’t be wearing fake chains and tell me you’re number one artiste in Africa because I don’t get scared with those things. That’s why when I preach about making money in the music business, I say it and say it well for people to see that this is no joke thing.”

His comments led to severe backlash from Nigerians on Twitter.

He later threatened to end the career of Nigerian artiste, Wizkid if the latter doesn’t warn his “uneducated fans.” The warning comes after Wale’s comments about WizKid not being a Superstar infuriated Nigerians, especially on Twitter.

“@wizkidayo chale warn ur uneducated fans …ago end ur career mek dem cry ooo..#Ayoo” /Ghana News 

A guy tried to forcefully have sex with me in his office – Joselyn Dumas

The habit of men who are usually wealthy or occupying top government positions sleeping with women before giving them jobs is canker we as Ghanaians need to strongly advocate against.

Ghana actress and TV personality, Joselyn Dumas in her latest episode of “Keeping It Real With Joselyn Dumas,” shared a similar experience which happened to her a while back.

The actress revealed that she went for a business presentation to close a deal, and after the guy tried to forcefully kiss her, and have his way with her.

According to her, it was the most awkward feeling she has ever experienced.

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She said this during a chit-chat with her friends, Stephanie Karikari and Yaa Boadi Okudzeto on the topic “Corporate Whore.”

“Have you ever had a situation where the guy, probably kiss you in his office, after you finished talking, and he’s literally, trying to pounce on you,” she asked her friends.

Her friends, Stephanie and Yaa responded “No”.

However, Joselyn responded saying “I have”.

“It is the most awkward feeling because you know this is somebody you know for a fact, and you need to go to the next level with this deal,” she added.

Joselyn Dumas is a Ghanaian television host and actress. In 2014 she starred in “A Northern Affair”, a role that earned her a Ghana Movie Award and an Africa Movie Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.


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