Mamoudou Gassama is the man of the moment with his pictured pasted on some of the world’s most respected news platforms. Gassama became worthy of all the attention after a video of him climbing a gigantic building in the streets of Paris to save a four year old child dangling from a balcony went viral.
Following his heroic act which has earned him the rather funny title “Spiderman of the 18th”, the Malian immigrant was invited for a chat with French Prime Minister, Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee palace after which he was awarded a french citizenship, a medal for his courage and a job with the French fire Brigade.
According to French broadcaster BFMTV, Gassama revealed that he was walking past when he heard the noise and decided to find out what the noise was about. In his words: “I did not think, I saved him. When I took him in my arms, I spoke with him and asked: ‘Why did you do that?’ But he did not answer.”
If Instagram slay queens are your thing, Farcadi will definitely not be a stranger to you. The self acclaimed 22 year old mother of one is popular on Instagram for her seductive display of Instagram approved body parts (boobs without nipples and some fleshy behind…
In a recent interview, the popular Ghanaian hooker reveals why she went into prostitution, how much she makes monthly and why she prefers selling her body. Farcadi admits that she has a choice and selling her body to make money is way better than doing drugs or killing anybody.
Farcadi’s modus operandi is to advertise her luscious body parts for interested men or maybe women to hit up her Direct Message and they agree on the figures. See video clip of her interview:
In a recent chat with TheNetNG, Nigerian singer and guitarist, Aramide opened about one of the most bitter experience she has had to face on her journey to stardom. The vibrant singer went on to reveal how she was shocked to her feet by the reaction of Nigerian music icon, Onyeka Onwenu.
According to Aramide in a viral video, she made to say hello to the veteran singer who shunned her almost immediately, insisting that Aramide makes no attempt to touch her. See video:
On how she was able to manage the situation, the fast rising vocalist revealed that she still took the picture but she was scarred by Onyeka’s actions but interestingly, she flipped the experience and saw the brighter side as that experience among others has helped shape her personality and how she has managed stardom over the years.
Ghanaian actress, Baby Blanche set to release her maiden self-produced movie titled, ‘Trophy’. The movie is premiering today, Saturday, 14th October, 2017 at the Silverbird Cinema, Accra Mall. It features Bill Asamoah, Samuel Ofori, Jessica Williams, and Bernard Nyarko among others. The movie which was directed by Theophilus Amoabeng, explains tertiary life in Ghana with a political twist. “I entreat all my fans to come out as we unveil the much-awaited movie… as all the stars that are featured in the movie will be present to give movie lovers the chance to take pictures and also have a good time.” She whispered.
The ‘Next Big Thing In GH Hip Hop’ winner, Strongman is set to release a new single under record label, Sarkcess Music. This is coming after hitting our airwaves and eardrums with a duet which featured the evergreen Akwaboah. ‘Odasani’ is the new single and we hear it has a spice from a notable artiste, and many are already predicting that it is BET award winning rapper, Sarkodie; who is his ‘boss’.
Let us remind that Strongman, who has been tagged as Sarkodie’s successor due to his good delivery and heavy punchlines behind the microphone as a rapper, was the second artist who got signed unto the Sarkcess Music record label after Akwaboah.
Insiders have also hinted that the new single will be available for purchase and downloads on all music portals worldwide.
Ghanaian screen, Nadia Buari is reported to be set with her new masterpiece, ‘DERANGED’ which stars Ramsey Nouah, Zynnell Zuh , Priscilla Opoku Agyeman (Ahuofe Patri), Pascaline Edwards , Jason E.L Agha, Henry Prempeh and Lisbeth Lopez Acquah among others; and it would be premiered at the Silverbird Cinemas at the Accra and West Hills Malls on Saturday October 28.
The John N. Okwugo produced and Jameel Buari directed movie is a psychological thriller – a captivating tale of a young girl who falls for her teacher. According to movie enthusiasts, the movie promises a lot of entertainment and also moral lessons to learn from as it silently create awareness for the need to pay attention to persons with mental ailment.