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Skeleton athlete, Akwasi Frimpong grateful to Stonebwoy for continuous support

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International athlete Akwasi Frimpong made history in 2018 when he became the first Skeleton athlete from Ghana.

According to Frimpong, Ghanaian afro-dancehall artist, Stonebwoy has been a great source of support and inspiration through the musician’s constant commenting on his posts on social media.  For Akwasi Frimpong, Stonebwoy has enjoyed seeing him represent Ghana at the world stage in a untraditional sport.

‘Lot’s of Africans have been commenting on my last training runs including Stonebwoy on Instagram. I listen to a lot of his Music. Especially during my trainingIt will be cool to make a connection with him,” he told Ameyaw Debrah.

Akwasi was born and raised in Ghana and moved to the Netherlands when he was eight. He didn’t start running until he was 15, and hasn’t stopped since. Akwasi refused to allow life’s challenges to derail an athletic career that includes more than a dozen medals in international events.

In short, he used setbacks to make giant strides forward.In addition to being an Olympic athlete, Akwasi is also a father, entrepreneur and public speaker who has inspired thousands of people. In fact, Akwasi says one of the best days of his life was knowing his then-9-month-old daughter was watching him fulfill his Olympic dream. Akwasi’s belief that anything is possible with resilience, determination and hard work led him to his appearance in the 2018 Winter Olympics, a journey he believes will inspire The Hope of a Billion in the years ahead.

Akwasi believes what you need for success is already planted deep down inside of you. He believes success comes from believing in yourself with a positive attitude combined with hard work and persistence. Akwasi wants to be the Hope of a billion African children and show them their dreams of being a doctor, a lawyer, or an Olympian are possible. He wants his example of determination and perseverance as an international athlete to give them a voice to pursue their own dreams.

It is that positive attitude Akwasi will use to fuel him to become Africa’s first Winter Olympics medalist and along the way inspire everyone to overcome their own adversity with courage, and share #HopeOfABillion

 

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Meek Mill reveals how African herb fixed his aching stomach of 2 years

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American rapper, Meek Mill has revealed he’s finally been healed from a stomachache that has worried him for two years.

According to him, even though he can afford the best doctors, they couldn’t find a permanent solution to his problem.

Meek Mill revealed that, after battling with the stomachache for years, he’s finally found a cure for it; an African herb.

“My stomach been messed up almost 2 years I been to a bunch of doctors … I took a African herb and it fixed my stomach like magic!” he shared on Twitter.

Well, it’s no surprise that Meek has found cure in Africa.

The continent is known for using herbs God blessed us with to solve many ailments.

See screenshot of his tweet below;

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Linda Osifo opens up about being acknowledged as the “New Generation For Nollywood”

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Award-winning Nigerian actress, Linda Osifo, has opened about her growth in Africa’s biggest film industry. (more…)

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Watch: Amerado and Odeneho Cannella team up for ‘Format’

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Amerado has teamed up with fast rising Ghanaian female rapper Odenefo Cannella on a new creative piece dubbed ‘Format’ (more…)

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Amaarae features Colombian-American pop star Kali Uchis on “SAD GIRLZ LUV MONEY (Remix)”

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Ghanaian pop singer and producer Amaarae has collaborated with Colombian-American pop star Kali Uchis for a remix of her hit song, ‘SAD GIRLS LUV MONEY’. (more…)

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Former President Mahama Was Donating To Kohwe Every 3 Months – Mr Beautiful Reveals

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Ghanaian actor, Mr Beautiful has revealed the kindness former president, John Mahama was showing to Kohwe before his demise yesterday. (more…)

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Madonna, Steff London, Liquor Rose other celebs join Bisa Kdei Jwe challenge

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Good music they say is timeless and it’s such a great feeling to see Ghanaian artistes dominating social media with their music.
Multiple award winning musician Bisa Kdei has his “Jwe” hit single take over Tik Tok and Instagram
 
Despite being released in 2016, Bisa Kdei’s Jwe has generated a new challenge for millions of Tiktok users around the world.

The ‘Jwe’ song has been the center of trends with many users creating some fascinating videos on the app.

Celebrities around the world including Stefflon Don, America’s Queen Of Pop, Madonna, Tayco, Korra Obidi, etc have all joined the challenge with some intriguing dance moves.

‘Jwe’ has racked more than 10 millions streams across various digital platforms and has topped music charts in and outside Ghana.

Bisa Kdei who has numerous hit singles to his credit has been the limelight for Ghanaian Highlife music over the past years.

Bisa Kdei has been dominating numerous new portals over the past days after he met with top Hollywood David E. Talbert and his spouse Lyn Sisson Talbert on his next project.

You can watch some of the video challenge here:

https://www.instagram.com/reels/audio/2170116526561211

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