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Selly Galley hurt me 3 years ago but I didn’t curse her- Facebook user reacts to Selly Galley cursing a troll

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A Ghanaian lady by the name Mizpah Delali Mizpah has called out Selly Galley for cursing a troll who called her barren.

Yesterday, the wife of singer Praye Tietia of Praye fame posted a makeup free photo to promote a skincare brand she’s an ambassador for.

In the comment section, a fan by the name @henewa_piesie left a very derogatory comment that got Selly riled up.

“Horror face and barren woman,” the fan wrote.

Selly Galley did not let the comment slide as she wrote a long response to the fan.

Reacting to the issue, Ms Delali narrated an ordeal she went through in the hands of Selly Galley.
According to Delali, although the fan was wrong to call Selly barren, she thinks raining curses was extreme.
In a long Facebook post, Delali recounted an encounter with Selly Galley that left her broke.

Read her full post below:
Now social media has turned into something else and everyone talks anyhow how sad,but then some of these celebraties also hurt us and we feel pain but we don’t curse them ask me why, 3years ago a programme was held at polo grounds (airport)it was about made in Ghana things, so we were asked to do a set up to also showcase how we can use made in Ghana beverages to do nice cocktails (Kasapreko)as most pple didn’t know….so we did, during the programme Selly Galley and her husband came around and I spoke to them about our cocktails and told them how much a cup was sold for she requested for some (3 cups, one for her, her husband and a boy they came to the programme with) when the boy came for the drinks I asked him to collect the money from her for me the guy the said ok and never came back after taking the drinks, I walked to Selly and told her I was coming for the money for the drinks bcos my boss asked me to and knowing the kind of boss I work with he was soo pissed so I had to go and ask for the money…..when I got to her and asked she told me she is done drinking it and she won’t pay bcos she tot it was free meanwhile I told her it was for sale b4 they requested for the types they wanted, all of a sudden I felt bad and even the way she said it got me hurt, I told her I needed to collect that money bcos my boss would get angry if she doesn’t give me the money she still refused and continued her convo with other celebraties there and I looked like a nobody the way she behaved towards to me, I felt bad and I didn’t want to talk much for all of them to start asking why, cos I know some of them will go like, (so bcos of 45gh you want to disgrace a celebrity )so I left but I got my eyes on her thinking when she is about to leave I would go and ask again and she might give it to me which I did but she still refused to give me the money, I felt sad and bad at the same time you know why?

…..Cos that money was gonna be deducted from my pay that day, I was been paid 80gh so if 45gh is deducted how much would be left? 35, that time I was living on the nsawam road so do the math, from airport to that place and the following day I was suppose to go see my kids and that money was part of the budget I did to go see my kids, truly my boss took the 45gh out of my pay and gave me 35gh that day we closed as late as 11pm so I had to order uber from there to my place but God doing soo good a colleague of mine (Dorcas) who was staying in amasaman that time wanted to share the fair with me cos she was going that direction, imagine I paid 20gh out of the 35gh how much remaining? 15gh and next day I had to pay my light bill 20gh so meaning after giving the 15gh i will still owe my landlord 5gh, for 2days i had not eaten only water cos didnt have anything to eat i stayed in my room and cried all day and regretted telling her to come buy cocktail from me

…..that particular time was one of my trying moments, I had a lot of financial problems and since then I have held Selly Galley’s issue inside of me but I never cursed her or said anything bad unto her life, I jxt prayed that I go to work soon again so I can get money again and see my kids and do other important things I needed to do, so why am I talking plenty like this? I’m not saying what the girl said was right or I’m happy the girl said that but Selly should forgive her and let go of it cos God got us and no human can break us no matter what they say or do to us, she should find a place in her heart and forgive the girl, she has apologised and has regretted what she said,
We all hurt pple in different ways knowingly and unknowingly and they don’t rain curses on us they give to God so she should forgive, the same way I didn’t say anything bad unto her life even tho I was hurt,
Mrs Fiawor forgive her.

Lydia Ayiku
if you would remember I told you this incident.

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Highlights from Sika Osei and Sele Douglas’ white wedding

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Highlights from Sika Osei and Sele Douglas' white wedding

The fairytale nuptials of Ghanaian actress, producer, and TV presenter, Sika Osei and Sele Douglas  climaxed with a chic  white wedding in Accra, on Saturday. (more…)

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Angélique Kidjo to storm Ghana for GUBA awards

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Multiple Grammy award winner, Angélique Kpasseloko Hinto Hounsinou Kandjo Manta Zogbin Kidjo, is expected to perform at this year’s Grow, Unite and Build Africa (GUBA) Awards.

The awards are slated for November 7 and 8, 2021, and would mark a centenary of the passage and resilience of Nana Yaa Asantewaa, the influential warrior and Queen mother of Ejisu, who rose to lead an Asante army against the British.

Speaking at a media briefing on Monday at Kempinski hotel in Accra, Chief Executive Officer, (CEO) of GUBA, Ms Dentaa Amoateng said, the celebrated African musician who hails from Benin would be honoured on the day.

She noted that the ceremony would be attended by prominent people of various background including former President of Liberia, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf,the seventh Director–General of the World Trade Organisation, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, market women among many others.

Dentaa Amonteng further noted that Nana Yaa Asantewaa’s ravery,immensely contributed to the country’s independence story, because it shaped the psyche of the nation, that they could stand up for the country regardless of the apposition.

She said for this reason, there was the need to throw more spotlight on her and celebrate the amazing performance of women and empower young ladies to strive to the top.

According to her the two-day event, would first be a durbar at Manhyia palace in Kumasi on November 7, and followed by the rest of Awards the next day at the Grand Arena, Accra International Conference Centre.

Prince Anthony Bart, a member of the team said it would help instill the spirit of patriotism in the youth, “we need to learn about history of leaders who have contributed to our struggle.”

The Year 2021 marks exactly 100 years of the death of Yaa Asantewaa, the last African woman to lead a major war against colonial powers in 1900, where she played the role of the Commander-in-Chief of the powerful Asante Empire.

These events will observe an important moment in African history, one that is unique to the relations between the Republic of Ghana and the Republic of Seychelles and is expected to host several high-profile personalities from the diaspora.

While celebrating Yaa Asantewaa, the awards will also recognize the contribution of Black women in the diaspora and Africa. The 2021 GUBA Awards will also raise awareness on maternal mortality and call for measures to ensure safe child delivery across the continent. GUBA Enterprise believes that every child, born and unborn, has a great potential and must be given the opportunity to fulfill this potential

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Ghanaian rapper Medikal remanded in prison custody for 5 day

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Ghanaian rapper Medikal has been ordered by an Accra Court to be remanded in prison custody for 5 days. (more…)

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Photos and Videos from Sika Osei’s stunning Ghana/Naija traditional wedding

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Ghanaian actress and TV presenter, Sika Osei on Thursday, October 21 2021 tied the knot in Accra with her Nigerian fiancé in a beautiful traditional wedding ceremony. (more…)

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Showmax Premiers Ghana Jollof

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Ladies and gentlemen, lunch is served!

Showmax premiers its first comedy-drama series in West Africa, Ghana Jollof, which premieres on the African streaming service on Friday, 22 October 2021.

Ghana Jollof tells the sizzling story of two young Nigerians, Jasper (Funnybone) and Romanus (Akah Nnani), who move to Ghana in search of greener pastures.

In the trailer, things start up with a first-time meeting between Nnamdi (Uzor Arukwe, who starred as dreaded crime boss Knight in Sugar Rush), Jasper (AMVCA-winning actor/comedian Funnybone), Kweku (heartthrob James Gardiner from Ghana’s popular telenovela Dede) and Romanus (AMAA nominee/Youtuber Akah Nnani). Subsequently, Jasper and Romanus head out to Ghana to jollof, kicking off a series of adventures… and misadventures.

Executive produced by Nigeria’s King of Comedy, Basketmouth, Ghana Jollof serves up a delicious ensemble cast from both Nigeria and Ghana. This includes the likes of AMAA nominee Joselyn Dumas, leading comedienne Jacinta Ocansey, Mawuli Gavor (Chief Daddy), popular reality star Portia Freelove, model and actress Brihanna Kinte, veteran actor Jackson Albert Davies (Beasts of No Nation), actress Korkor Oyeba Mensah, and multiple award-winning comedian/actor, Kalybos, not to mention Basketmouth himself.

“I’ve always wanted to create something that would be a collaboration between Nigeria and Ghana, and Ghana Jollof is a realization of that dream,” says Basketmouth. “From the cast to the crew, everyone gave of themselves to create a show deserving to be Showmax’s first comedy-drama from West Africa. We all can’t wait for the fans to see what we’ve cooked up.”

Ghana Jollof is directed by AMVCA nominee Diji Aderogba, whose debut feature film About A Boy won the Audience Choice Award at Nollywood Film Week in Paris, France.

Ghana Jollof will be available for streaming across Africa and in the UK. The show will have 13 episodes to devour, with new episodes dropping every Friday from 22 October 2021.

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You asked for the country to be fixed and it is being fixed- Prince David Osei reacts to Shatta/Medikal arrests

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Ghanaian actor Prince David Osei has opined that the current arrests of Shatta Wale and Medikal are true examples of the country being fixed.

Earlier on in the year, there were several social media protests led by Efia Odo and others asking the government of the day to fix the country.

While the protest has gone silent over the last couple months, the current actions by the new IGP has Prince David Osei agreeing that indeed the system was being fixed.

On Tuesday and Thursday night, Shatta Wale and Medikal were both arrested by the Police for committing various crimes.

Reacting to their arrests, Prince David Osei, who is a staunch member of the NPP, on Thursday evening shared on his Instagram stating that Ghanaians asked for the country to be fixed and that’s exactly what they’re getting.

“Did I hear someone say fix the country? Well the power that be heard your plea and is fixing the country. Ghana will prosper. Good night,” he shared.

He added; “In a country where the law works, the people prosper. 24/7 the system is working.”

See screenshot of his post below;

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