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“Elikem Kumordzie is disrespectful and has no manners” – Juliet Ibrahim

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Actress Juliet Ibrahim has taken a swipe at Actor and tailor Elikem Kumordzie for disrespecting veteran actor Kofi Adjorlolo.


Juliet Ibrahim describes Elikem’s comments that actors and actresses should get a day job aside acting so they don’t solely depend on movies as a source of income as “an unintelligent rant” asking him [Elikem] when did he start acting.

In a viral video form the studios of Peace FM discussing the claims of Kofi Adjorlolo of some movie producers owing him, things got a little rough and Elikem raised his voice on the veteran actor Kofi Adjorlolo.
The reactions did not go down well with Juliet Ibrahim and commenting on the video she said “such an unintelligent rant from Elikem. Frigging disrespectful and has no manners. When did he even start acting? Nonsense! Thank God Elikem blocked me on his page cus I would have sent him more messages to correct his shallow mindset.”

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“Such an unintelligent rant from Elikem. Frigging disrespectful and has no manners. When did he even start acting? Nonsense! Thank God Elikem blocked me on his page cus I would have sent him more messages to correct his shallow mindset. Nobody is talking about actors not having side jobs and other sources of income. What uncle Kofi complained about is the fact that producers are OWING HIM MONEY FOR HIS ACTING JOBS! Common sense means we are to discuss the fact that producers are owing and taking actors for granted in the industry. Nobody is asking ur opinion on how people should quit acting and find other jobs and let producers continue to do the shit they’re doing! Elikem u must be no different from those producers. Since it’s ok to owe people their hard-earned money. I wonder how many people u owe. Stop the clout chasing wit all this noise n showing ur true colors. Wrong timing to come rant about other jobs when the issue at hand is about producers owing . 2 different issues!!!”

Although Elikem later explained his comments, many celebrities have taken jabs at him over what he said.

WATCH: Things heat up between Kofi Adjorlolo and Elikem Kumodzie over ‘day job’ comment on live radio

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Sarkodie is untouchable when it comes to rap and steeze – Efia Odo 

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Ghanaian actress and social media personality, Efia Odo, known in private life as Andrea Owusu has recently commended multiple award-winning rapper, Sarkodie for his remarkable success in the music industry. (more…)

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Sarkodie endorses Guru’s UG SRC presidential bid

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Celebrated Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, better known as Sarkodie, has endorsed Guru’s bid for President of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) at the University of Ghana. (more…)

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Telecel supports TGMA’s Music for Good Award to recognise social impact of musicians

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Charterhouse, organisers of the Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMAs), has announced Telecel Ghana as the new category sponsor of the Music for Good award. The honourary award aims to reward and amplify the positive social change made by musicians beyond their craft.

As part of its ongoing transition to Telecel Ghana, the telecoms giant is rolling out a series of rebranded initiatives including merging the Green Award into the existing Music for Good award. The winner of the Music for Good award will be revealed at the grand climax of the TGMAs on Saturday, 1st June and presented with a recognition plaque and a cheque of 20,000 Ghana cedis towards their impact project.

The Music for Good award will recognise an artiste who released a song in the year under review and went beyond their music to contribute significantly to a social cause, including but not limited to youth mentorship, health, education, economic empowerment, social development, and environmental initiatives.

The decision to merge the Green Award with the existing Music for Good award was reached to celebrate the wider contributions of musicians to their communities, shifting the sole focus from environmental efforts to the broader spectrum of social impact.

Ing. Patricia Obo-Nai, CEO of Telecel Ghana, the headline sponsor of the TGMAs indicated that supporting the Music for Good award shows the TGMAs commitment to celebrating musicians who use their influence to push for positive change and add value to the lives of people and communities. 

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We believe musicians have the talent and power to inspire, connect, change lives and communities positively. The Music for Good category will celebrate and honour musicians who go above and beyond in using their influence for the greater good,” Patricia said.

The Music for Good award will shine the spotlight on musicians who have leveraged their fame and influence for tangible impact.

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The 25th Telecel Ghana Music Awards Night is here!! Ready?

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The 25th Telecel Ghana Music Awards Night is here!! Ready?

Call it ‘Ghana Music’s Biggest Night’, ‘The Most Anticipated Event’ or ‘The Grand Convocation of Celebrities’, and you will be anything but wrong. The Ghana Music Awards, celebrating its 25th Anniversary, proudly brought to you by Telecel, will climax on 1st June, 2024 with an amazing musical show and awards presentation to deserving artistes, preceded by the glam of red carpet. Ready? 

This year’s edition will not only celebrate the 25year milestone, but also pay tribute to the people, culture, and music of Ghana. The event promises to be the most memorable yet, with performances from some of the most sort after artists on the continent, including Stonebwoy, Kuami Eugene, King Promise, Mr. Drew, Nacee, Amerado, King Paluta, Efya, Amaree, and Team Eternity.

 

The most anticipated moment of the night is the announcement of the coveted Artiste of the Year award. This prestigious accolade recognizes the artist who has made the biggest impact in the industry over the past year, adjudged by the board, academy and the general public. The competition is fierce, as musicians continue to raise the bar with their talent, creativity and ingenuity. Thirty (30) categories will be awarded throughout the evening, honoring artistes of various genres, collaborative works, and individual achievements.

Join the celebration, the glitz and glamor, the unforgettable performances and the crowning moments on Saturday, 1st of June at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre, at 7pm. Tickets are available at Charterhouse Office for Ghc500 Premium and Ghc700 VIP. Or simply dial *713*33*25#. For VVIP Tickets call 0501288520. Alternatively catch the experience, live on TV3 at 8pm and on YouTube – Charterhouse Live. 

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The 25th Telecel Ghana Music Awards is powered by Charterhouse, with support from TV3, Guinness, Captain Morgan, Closeup, British Council, our media partners and proudly brought to you by Telecel, connecting energies!

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Kwesi Amewuga Wins TGMA Unsung Artiste Of The Year

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Ahead of the most prestigious music awards scheme in Ghana, Telecel Ghana Music Awards 2024(TGMA) slated for  1st June, Kwesi Amewuga has been announced winner of the Unsung initiative. (more…)

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I have no regrets blocking Davido – Medikal

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Famed Ghanaian artiste, Medikal, born Samuel Adu Frimpong has asserted that he has no regrets blocking Nigeria’s Afrobeats singer-songwriter, Davido on social media. (more…)

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