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Confidence leaves in style as Big Brother announces there will be two winners this season

Ghana’s outspoken and often bossy rep, Confidence became the latest evictee from the Big Brother Amplified reality TV series during Sunday night’s Live  Eviction Show.  Without showing any element of disappointment, she exclaimed to the Headsmates, “I am free of you people” when her name was announced to leave the house. Without hugging anyone, she […]

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Ghana’s outspoken and often bossy rep, Confidence became the latest evictee from the Big Brother Amplified reality TV series during Sunday night’s Live  Eviction Show.  Without showing any element of disappointment, she exclaimed to the Headsmates, “I am free of you people” when her name was announced to leave the house. Without hugging anyone, she moved into the garden where the rest followed almost begging the diva for hugs.  While hugging the other housemates, she made sure to chip in “You guys will be hungry….thanks for hugging me and my nonsense…I’m going home to have some champagne” before leaving the Heads House.

When the host, IK, asked confidence about her favourite moments in the house she said she had enjoyed every moment in there.  Although she didn’t want to see who had nominated her for eviction, she was particularly surprised to find out that Vimbai had nominated her. She however seemed content with the reasons Vimbai gave. She commented, “They are behind me; I am moving forward”.

Confidence also predicted that the winner would not come from the Heads House because they are a bunch of pretenders; little did she know that indeed there will be two winners for Big Brother Africa this season. IK had earlier announced that there will be two winners taking home 200,000USD each this season – presumably one each from the Heads and Tails House.

Earlier on in the show, Weza who had the next least number of country votes was moved to the Tails House. You could cut the tension with a knife when IK called out Millicent, Zeus and Weza’s names. The three were asked to stand so that they could know their fate. When Millicent was told she had been saved, the Kenyan could not believe her ears. She crumbled into a heap and almost burst into tears. “Thank you Africa for saving me,” she cried.

Zeus had pretty much resigned himself to leaving, but when he was told he was going nowhere, the Tswana rapper broke into a huge smile. Weza seemed pretty calm and when she was told she had 60 seconds to leave the House and gave the Headsmates hugs. She spent her final walk telling a distraught Hanni to “calm down and keep it together”.

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Dutylex Ghana opens new facility in Tema; announces its partnership with Petro-Canada lubricants as exclusive distributors for west Africa, East Africa and central Africa

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I was going through some hard times – Camidoh addresses fan concerns over his marijuana use

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I wasn’t discovered by Dr Pounds or Castro – Kofi Kinaata

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I didn’t compose ‘Go High’ for NPP; They paid for copyright and used it – Philipa Baafi

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During the 2008 general elections, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) favored her hit song Go High. However, Ghanaian gospel musician, Philipa Baafi has clarified that the song was not created specifically for the political party. (more…)

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Team Eternity Ghana accused of copyright infringement over hit song “Defe Defe”

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Ghanaian gospel collective Team Eternity Ghana has been accused of copyright infringement by veteran producer Kwame Mickey, who alleges that their hit song “Defe Defe” samples a track by one of his artists. (more…)

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