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Miss Universe 2018: Who won, near falls and biggest moments you missed.



Miss Universe 2018: Who won, near falls and biggest moments you missed. Miss Universe 2018: Who won, near falls and biggest moments you missed.[/caption] Miss Universe 2018 brought women from across 94 nations together for the biggest pageant in the world. The contestants gathered in Bangkok Sunday night for a live, three-hour special that featured everything from a swimsuit competition and evening gown showing to the infamous final question.

If you didn’t tune in, don’t worry. We have compiled the moments you missed.

Who won?

Miss Philippines Catriona Elisa Gray was last night crowned the winner of this year’s Miss Universe contest, becoming the fourth Philippine native to win the crown. Miss South Africa Tamaryn Green was named as the first runner-up.

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Gray was a front-runner the entire competition, but her answer to the final question all but solidified her title. The final three were all asked the same question: “What is the most important lesson you’ve learned in your life and how would you apply it to your time as Miss Universe?”

She talked about visiting the poorest areas in her country and realizing the need to look for the beauty in things and to find the silver lining: “If I could teach people to be grateful, we could have an amazing world where negatively could not grow and foster, and children will have a smile on their face.”

History was made

Miss Spain Angela Ponce made history as the first transgender woman in the competition. Although she did not make the top 20, Ponce said she was already a winner.

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The joke’s on Harvey

Steve Harvey returned to host Miss Universe, but it appears he will never live down his infamous gaffe of crowning the wrong contestant in 2015.

While introducing the top 20, Harvey asked Miss Costa Rica Natalia Carvajal (who is a TV host in her country) for any tips for the night.

Carvajal teased: “If they give you a really important envelope, try to read carefully.” As the crowd roared in laughter, Harvey replied: “You just can’t let it go.”

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Forgotten words

Giving an opening statement about yourself is nerve-wracking in any setting. Doing so in front of the Miss Universe audience proved to be too much for Miss Jamaica Emily Maddison. While onstage speaking about overcoming insecurities, Maddison stumbled over her words. It appeared she could not see the teleprompter as she squinted while struggling to find what came next

She paused momentarily to let out an “aw,” while the crowd cheered her through the rest of her message to the world. She did not make it to the top 10, but social media users agreed that she finished strong.

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Miss Universe Ghana Akpene Hoggar dazzle the world

Although she couldn’t make it to the round of 16, Ghana’s representation at this year’s contest dazzled the audience with great showcases. From her swimsuit to National costume presentation, the model left a great mark on the audience with her bold strides and charming smiles.]]>



Stegue’s Ginger Features On Apple Music Playlists With Ed-Sheran,Elton John



STEGUE just released his first hit Single “Ginger” and clearly the song is raising eyebrows among music playlist curators on Boomplay and Apple Music
“Ginger” has featured on Apple’s music New Music Daily,Future Hits which features American top musicians like Ed sheran,Elton John .Lil Baby .Lil wayne and others

Management team of Stegue{Xpensive Records Worldwide} confirmed that this single is off his sophomore project “Songs For The Deaf” which is scheduled to be released next year
‘Ginger’ is an Afro Fusion song with production that induces a head bop from its listener. STEGUE exalts his lover as he speaks on how proficient her bedroom escapades are. He confesses how hard he has fallen for her and how he would do anything for her and never stop loving her.Ginger is a timeless danceable masterpiece fit for all occasions.

Watch “Ginger”

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Audiomack Launches “Supporters” Feature, Enabling Artists to Generate New Revenue Stream & Connect with Fans



Artist-first music streaming and discovery platform, Audiomack, has announced the launch of Supporters, a first-of-its-kind feature in music streaming, providing artists with access to a brand-new revenue stream and allows fans to directly support songs and albums from the artists they love.


Supporters enables artists and musicians to directly engage with their fans when they release new music, express their appreciation for direct support through a variety of messaging options, and share exclusive content and limited offerings.


“With Supporters, Audiomack is treating artists as they see themselves — as entrepreneurs building profitable careers,” said Dave Macli, Audiomack co-founder and CEO. “Supporters creates brand new monetization opportunities for our creator community while bringing dedicated fans closer to the music and artists they love.”


Fans participate in Supporters by purchasing support badges for individual song and album releases. Once a fan completes their badge purchase, their contribution is forever memorialized on their Audiomack profile and the artist’s individual song or album page. To help fans showcase their support, across social media, Audiomack provides custom shareable graphics.


Supporters are ranked on three levels:


First: The first supporters for a release

Top: Supporters who contributed the most

Latest: The most recent supporters


To participate in Supporters, artists must apply for and gain access to Audiomack Monetization Program (AMP), or distribute their music to Audiomack through participating partners, including but not limited to Warner Music Group, Amuse, AudioSalad Direct, DistroKid, EMPIRE, FUGA, Stem, and Vydia.


About Audiomack 

Audiomack, which launched in 2012, currently reaches more than 20 million monthly users globally. The streaming and discovery service has played an integral role in breaking new acts, such as Roddy Ricch and Kaash Paige; served as a trusted partner to Eminem and Nicki Minaj, among other notable artists, to debut exclusive releases; and helped rising African stars, such as Omah Lay, reach an international audience. As of December 2021, Audiomack is the top-ranked music streaming app on Apple’s iOS in Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Senegal, and Kenya.

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Shatta Wale, Medikal case adjourned to January 25, 2022



Accra Circuit Court 4 has adjourned musicians Shatta Wale and Medikal’s case to January 25, 2022. (more…)

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Samini shows off “Queen Samini” mother to four of his kids for the first time



Award-winning Reggae/Dancehall musician, Samini has shown off the woman in his life for the very first time.

Fremah, who is mother to four of Samini’s kids made her debut on Samini’s Instagram page as she celebrated her birthday two days ago.

Samini shared a throwback photo of them and a most current one to mark the occasion.

“It was her birthday two days ago but I didn’t post cus I didn’t have any current images of her or us so thot I’d just let it slide … not knowing she loves the posts 😂 but here’s the problem tho …. she no like pictures so she no get pics lol .. Our first daughter turns 18 in feb. and I can count the number of pics this lady has lol,” he wrote.

The “Linda” hitmaker also revealed he has known Fremah for 20 years and counting and they share four kids together.

“Known you for over 20 years and counting. We’ve had 4 adorable kids “tho I got more 😁” .. you’ve been a mom to all my kids and all we pray for is #morelife and #goodhealth and #wealth for you #queensamini. Chop life Wai,” he added.

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This 12-year-old who was defiled by a 55-year-old man is about to be denied Justice because she couldn’t present positive examination results on time



Twelve-year-old Ama (real name withheld), who has been defiled by 55-year-old Amadu Umar, may be denied justice because her representatives could not make it on time to the police station to present results from her examination.

According to Hajia (real name withheld) who is currently providing protection to Ama and her mother, the CID in charge of the case at the Odorkor Police Station, Madam Beatrice, gave her an ultimatum of 20 minutes earlier today, to report at the station or she grants bail to the offender.

Hajia in a phone interview with Ameyaw TV’s Zeinat Issahak, revealed that Ama had been defiled two months ago, however, because her mum was not familiar with the law, she failed to report it immediately.

“Ama was defiled since she was nine years old but her mum only got to know about it 2 months ago. Because her mum is illiterate and didn’t know the issues of the law, she first sent the complaint to the chief’s palace. She took it to the chiefs at Ablekuma but they couldn’t handle it so they proceeded to an Islamic marital court and it was through that the Police were involved,” Hajia explained.

Hajia added that after they finally got the Police, involved, on Saturday, December 4, a thorough examination was done on Ama at the Mamprobi Polyclinic which came out positive, and confirming that indeed she had been defiled.

However, Hajia revealed that they were to present the test results to the CID on Monday, December, 6, but due to the strike by the public transport drivers, they couldn’t make it to the police station.

Hajia tells Ameyaw TV’s Zeinat that when she called the CID to explain the circumstances, she was told to present the test results within 20 minutes or she grants the offender bail.

Meanwhile, few hours after this post was made, Hajia called to reveal that indeed, the offender, Mr Amadu had been granted bail by CID Beatrice.

They are to appear in court on December, 21st for the final verdict.

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Gospel Artiste Ewurah Gold out with ‘Bu aten’



Fast rising Gospel Artiste, Ewurah Gold is out with ‘Bu aten,’ a prayer song for those who are waiting on God to judge the things that are not His will in their lives.

Real name Marian Abena Yamoah, Ewurah Gold released ‘Bu aten’ (to wit, ‘Judge them’) on Friday 3rdDecember on digital stores.

“There are a lot of things around us which are not from God. We need to be sure as Christians, we are in the perfect will of God and all we are going through are from God so this song is to prompt Christians to call on God to judge things around us which are not from Him” Ewurah Gold revealed the inspiration behind her latest single.

Produced by Zapp Mallet, ‘Bu aten’ according to Ewurah Gold directs Believers to have an introspection of their walk with God.

“Like the Biblical Job, there might be some things that happen to us that is beyond human comprehension but might be from God. There are some too that are not from God so we need to pray to God and ask Him to judge the things around us” Ewurah Gold added.

Ewura Gold who has one album ‘My Praise’ to her credit who won the 2019 Promising Artiste of the year at the Ghana National Gospel Music Awards in addition to the audio, released a video to the ‘Bu aten’ song which is available on her Youtube page with name ‘Ewurah Gold.’

By Nana Kwesi Coomson

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