#Freedom: Shatta Wale Looking Fly after Being Released On Bail – Read What He Wrote

#Freedom: Shatta Wale Looking Fly after Being Released On Bail – Read What He Wrote

The reigning Highlife Superstar, Shatta Wale has been released from the police custody after he foolishly attacked Stonebwoy on stage last Saturday.

As usual, he has started releasing his nonsense on his social media handles, one of them we just came across was the one he posted on his Facebook page.

Instead for him to apologize for making Prominent Ghanaian personalities, High Commissioner and his colleague celebrities to engage in a run-for-your-life race because of his stupidity, he is rather claiming it was a blessing to him.

His post Reads, “Yesterday was a blessing”.

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Video: Nonso Amadi ft. Kwesi Arthur – “Comfortable” Watch and Download

Video: Nonso Amadi ft. Kwesi Arthur – “Comfortable” Watch and Download

Afro-fusion/R&B singer and producer Nonso Amadi taps Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur in his latest release ‘Comfortable’.

The energetic new track produced by Nonso himself combines vibrant melodies, infectious percussion, and bouncy cadences to create a unique vibe that tells the story of comfort and freedom in a relationship.

The tag team between Kwesi and Nonso displays the versatility of both artists with Nonso bringing his usual R&B flavour while Kwesi delivers a rap verse that tells a vivid story between him and his female counterpart. “Comfortable” illustrates a unique mix of Nigeria and Ghana’s new wave sound and one of the many reasons why the two are becoming household names attracting global acts to engage with Afrobeats.

Listen to the song below:

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Video: Dope Nation Talk E.L, Music, Lynx, VGMAs and more | Watch

Video: We’ve Not Run E.L Out of Business – Dope Nation

Ghanaian music duo of identical twin brothers and latest signees to Lynx Entertainment, Dope Nation has revealed that allegations that they have run rapper and mentor E.L out of business are unfounded.

In an exclusive interview with NY DJ on BTM Afrika, the duo revealed E.L has done everything there is to do and still doing it and that, it will take a lot of effort to even get to his level.

“I wouldn’t saw we’ve run him out of business. There are levels to this music. I’ll just say we’ve started, we’ve been seen, we’re getting that attention. It takes a lot to get to E.Ls level and a lot more to maintain. He’s done so much from back in the day…We’ve not run him out of business at all…”

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Video: George Quaye Cries Over Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale Incident at VGMAs 2019

Video: George Quaye Cries Over Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale Incident at VGMAs 2019

The very pretty beginning of the just ended with two awards suspended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) turned sour after pandemonium broke which resulted in grounding the whole program to a halt.

Many have described the move of SM boss Shatta Wale trying to congratulate Bhim Nation president Stonebwoy after he (Stonebwoy) was announced the Reggae/Dancehall artiste of the year awkward.

Well, in a video sighted by ghgossip.com, PRO for Charterhouse George Quaye was seen weeping when he was been interviewed by Andy Dosty on Hitz Day break on Hitz FM.

According to the spokesperson for Charterhouse, he has since not been able to speak to the two of them.

He noted that he has become much worried over the sad incident that happened at the just ended awards night.

Meanwhile, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have since been detained for the unfriendly scene they created in the full glare of the Foreign Affairs Minister Shirley Ayokwor Botway.

Watch the video below…

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‘John Wick 3’ dethrones ‘Avengers: Endgame’ with $57 million

‘John Wick 3’ dethrones ‘Avengers: Endgame’ with $57 million

The box office has a new king and his name is John Wick. The third installment of the hyper violent Keanu Reeves franchise has taken the top spot at the North American box office and ended the three-week reign of “Avengers: Endgame.”

Studios on Sunday say “John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum” has grossed an estimated $57 million in its opening weekend. Not only did it far exceed expectations, it’s a franchise best that nearly doubled the opening of the second film, which itself doubled the opening of the first film from 2014.

The audience, in other words, is growing exponentially for this series about a talented assassin who never seems to get a break. This time, there’s a $14 million price tag on his head.

Men made up the majority (63 of the “John Wick 3” opening weekend crowd. Overall audiences gave the film a rare A+ CinemaScore, indicating that word-of-mouth will be strong in subsequent weekends. According to Comscore’s PostTrak audience survey, 70% said they would “definitely recommend” to their friends and 21% said they would see it again in theaters.

“This is the best reviewed film of the series so far,” said Joe Drake, chairman of the Lionsgate Motion Picture Group, in a statement. “We believe word-of-mouth will continue to drive strong business for the film all over the world.”

Internationally “John Wick 3” earned $35.2 million from 66 territories.

“Avengers: Endgame” slid to second place in its fourth weekend with $29.4 million. Domestically, where the film has grossed $711 million, it’s now second only to “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” ($937 million) and globally, with $2.6 billion, it’s still second to “Avatar” ($2.8 billion).

In its second weekend, “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” also continued to do well, placing third with $24.8 million. But with the high-performing trifecta of John Wick, the Avengers and Pikachu, there weren’t very many moviegoers left over for the less flashy newcomers like “A Dog’s Journey” and “The Sun Is Also a Star.”

“The marketplace was so dominated by ‘John Wick,’” said Paul Dergarabedian, the senior media analyst for Comscore. “It’s tough when one movie over performs by this kind of magnitude.”

Amblin Entertainment and Reliance Entertainment’s “A Dog’s Journey” opened in fourth with an underwhelming $8 million. The Universal-distributed film is a sequel to the 2017 hit “A Dog’s Purpose.” But unlike John Wick, the audience for this sequel was less than half of that for the first, which opened to $18.2 million. But audiences who did turn out gave it an A CinemaScore, which could point toward long-term playability.

Most disappointing, however, is the young adult adaptation “The Sun Is Also a Star” which grossed only $2.6 million from over 2,000 screens and landed in eighth place. Although modestly budgeted at a reported $9 million, and featuring popular television actors such as “Riverdale’s” Charles Melton and “grown-ish’s” Yara Shahidi, the Warner Bros.-released film failed to connect even with the audiences who turned out, 75% of whom were women. It got a poor B- CinemaScore.

It’s a far cry from the days of “The Fault in Our Stars’” $48 million debut in 2014, and even the last film based on a Nicola Yoon novel, “Everything, Everything,” which opened to over $11 million in 2017.

“As unpredictable and fickle as young adults are, so are the performances of films that target that audience,” Dergarabedian said.

In limited release, Joanna Hogg’s well-reviewed relationship drama “The Souvenir” did well with $85,851 from four screens.

Even with the success of “John Wick,” the weekend itself was down about 31% and the year to date is still down around 9%, but, Dergarabedian said that this is the calm before the storm. In the next few weekends theaters will see an influx of could-be hits such as “Rocketman,” ″Aladdin” and “Godzilla: King of the Monsters.”

Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Comscore. Where available, the latest international numbers for Friday through Sunday are also included. Final domestic figures will be released Monday.

1.“John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum,” $57 million ($35.2 million international).

2.“Avengers: Engame,” $29.4 million ($46.8 million international).

3.“Pokémon Detective Pikachu,” $24.8 million ($53.8 million international).

4.“A Dog’s Journey,” $8 million ($13.9 million international).

5.“The Hustle,” $6.1 million ($9.5 million international).

6.“The Intruder,” $4 million.

7.“Long Shot,” $3.4 million ($1.8 million international).

8.“The Sun Is Also a Star,” $2.6 million ($484,000 international).

9.“Poms,” $2.1 million ($396,000 international).

10.“Uglydolls,” $1.6 million ($3.1 million international).

SOURCE: Associated Press

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Video: Shatta Capo Reacts To Police Arresting Shatta Wale and VGMAs Brawl

Video: Shatta Capo Reacts To Police Arresting Shatta Wale and VGMAs Brawl father

Father of Shatta Wale, Shatta Capo has reacted to the VGMA 2019 confusion as well as his son being detained by the police to assist in investigations.

Speaking in an interview, he claimed that all he knows is that his son (Shatta Wale) is being detained at the police without them knowing what he actually did.

He noted that Shatta Wale has written his statement and per his knowledge there hasn’t been any charges leveled against him.

Watch video here:

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Fashion Slayers: See All the Beautiful Red Carpet Photos From VGMAs 2019 You Missed – See All

Fashion Slayers: See All the Beautiful Red Carpet Photos From VGMAs 2019 You Missed – See All

The biggest names in Ghanaian and African music have gathered at the new dome of the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) for the 20th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Of course, the celebrities made a fashion statement on the Red Carpet. Bedevilled, bejewelled and be dazzled as the stars shine brightly on the carpet. 

Below are some pictures: 

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Video: Rahim Banda Talks About GIrls, Business, Acting and School with Delay | Watch

Video: Rahim Banda Talks About GIrls, Business, Acting and School with Delay | Watch

Young Ghanaian actor Rahim Banda has stated that though many have known him to be an actor but that’s not his dream job growing up.

According to him, he will ditch acting and pursue law at the University to become the lawyer as has always wanted to be.

In an appearance on the Delay Show, the outgoing head boy for Ghana National College, a senior high school in Cape Coast, Ghana noted that he put a stop to acting when he enrolled in Senior High School and also revealed that the instability of the movie industry is what has made him put on pause acting to fully concentrate on his education.

When asked whether he will venture into acting after completing SHS, the actor was quick to reply that he will read law at the university but can’t really tell if he will still shoot some movies along the line.

Watch the video below:

The actor was announced as the ambassador for the Free Senior High School policy implemented under the ruling NPP government and Ghana Jobs Bank on January 9, 2018

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Vodafone Reacts To Scuffle At VGMAs @ 20

Vodafone, the headline sponsor for the annual Ghan Music Awards has broken silence over the brouhaha that happened at this year’s event.

The company in a press statement forwarded to Zionfelix.net condemned the scuffle which occurred between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy after the latter was announced winner of the Reggae and dancehall artiste of the year at the event which happened on May 18

The statement read:

Incident at VGMA 2O19: Vodafone remains committed to the music industry
We refer to the unfortunate incident that occurred during this year’s edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) on May 19, 2019.
We wish to state as follows:
The scuffle on stage during the VGMA is regrettable. However, we acknowledge that a large number of players in the industry do not subscribe to such conduct.
Vodafone, as a responsible organization, is against all acts of violence and such conduct, no matter the circumstances.
We will support any review process of the incident to ensure that our commitment to recognize and celebrate achievement and success in the music industry is not compromised.
For now, our passion for music and for the industry remains solid. We look forward to an exciting future for the industry.

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