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Music brought me fame and not cash – Abrewa Nana

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Dorcas Opoku Dakwa known professionally as Abrewa Nana, a Ghanaian singer, songwriter, dancer and former Idol series judge, has revealed on GH Entertainment that her career as a musician, brought her only fame but not enough money as expected.

The musician in an exclusive interview with Toga Borga said although she got the fame she wanted, the money aspect was not encouraging.

She, however, indicated that her determination, hard work and other skills aside music, gave her a solid foundation financially.

Abrewa Nana said she wouldn’t say the music gave her the money, to invest in other businesses but rather it was through the fame that she was able to get the opportunity to generate the resources for her other businesses.

When asked if she was okay with what music brought her she said, I am okay. Music is a talent and just like ministry. I am happy and okay with what music did for me.”

Comparing her days to the current shape of the industry today, she said, musicians are making money from music currently. In the past, it was difficult to even get sponsorship for shows. Today, we have people who understand the industry and are willing to invest in music. It is easier this day than back then. Companies today, are calling musicians to be their brand ambassadors, it was not like that in the past, ” she added.

Source: rainbowradioonline.com

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Efya Schwarzenegger Ditch Out The Male Celebrities Who Were Also Snubbed By Cardi B

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Even though Cardi B is now in America facing legal actions, her name never leaves Ghana’s social media due to some few misunderstanding that came up.
Efya Schwarzenegger in a reply to a post has revealed the male celebrities who were also present at the Cardi B meet and greet incident.

This revelation came up after kumawood in a funny picture posted a movie about the meet and greet Saga.

Efya in the post revealed that, it’s not fair because there were also male celebrities present and not only female and that Ghanaians should stop trolling only the female celebrities who were present.

She made mention of Bola Ray, Sarkodie, Fred Nuamah, Jay Foley, Ameyaw Debra, Bullet and Patoranking to be the male celebrities who were also present

 

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Legalize prostitution – Fuse ODG to government

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The conversation of whether or not prostitution should be legalized is raring its head again in the media as UK-based Ghanaian artiste, Fuse ODG, is campaigning for the legalization of the ‘profession’ in Ghana.

The singer who sees nothing wrong with prostitution in an interview with Mamavi stressed that it is their bodies and they have the right to do whatever they want with it, including selling it for money if they so wish.

‘Yes. I would say yes. Legalize it.’, he told Mamavi on Joy FM.

He continued, ‘Legalize the work that these women are doing to protect them. I feel like they deserve protection. It is their body’.

He said Ghanaians should be open minded about sex and talk about it since they are having the sex anyway.

‘You are saying sex is not wrong. I feel like Ghanaians are so scared to talk about sex’, he said.

Fuse ODG admonished lawmakers to consider revisiting the subject of legalizing prostitution. He said after reading extensively about the subject, he believes it is not wrong and should be decriminalized.

Fuse is promoting his song ‘Osu’ which he features Toy Boi.

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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Trump invited to attend impeachment hearing or ‘stop complaining’

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Congress has invited US President Donald Trump to its first impeachment hearing on 4 December.

Jerrold Nadler, the Democratic chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said Mr Trump could either attend or “stop complaining about the process”.

If he does attend, the president would be able to question witnesses.

It would mark the next stage in the impeachment inquiry, which centres on a July phone call between Mr Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

In that call, President Trump asked Mr Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden, currently the front runner to be the Democratic candidate in next year’s presidential election, and his son Hunter Biden, who had previously worked for Ukrainian energy company Burisma.

The probe is looking into whether Mr Trump used the threat of withholding US military aid to pressure Ukraine into investigating the Bidens. The president has denied any wrongdoing and has called the inquiry a “witch hunt”.

Last week, the House Intelligence Committee wrapped up two weeks of public hearings, which followed several weeks of closed-door witness interviews.

Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the Intelligence Committee, said the committees leading the probe – Intelligence, Oversight and Foreign Affairs – are now working on their report, which will be issued on 3 December.

What did Jerrold Nadler say?

Mr Nadler said in a statement that he had written to Mr Trump inviting him to the hearing next month.

“At base, the president has a choice to make,” Mr Nadler said. “He can take this opportunity to be represented in the impeachment hearings, or he can stop complaining about the process.

“I hope that he chooses to participate in the inquiry, directly or through counsel, as other presidents have done before him.”

In his letter to the president, Mr Nadler said the hearing would be an opportunity to discuss the historical and constitutional basis for impeachment.

“We will also discuss whether your alleged actions warrant the House’s exercising its authority to adopt articles of impeachment,” he added.

He has given Mr Trump until 18:00 EST (23:00 GMT) on 1 December to confirm whether or not he will be at the hearing, and if so, to let the committee know who his counsel will be.

What next with the impeachment inquiry?

The Judiciary Committee is expected to begin drafting articles of impeachment – which are the charges of wrongdoing against the president – in early December.

After a vote in the Democratic-controlled House, a trial would be held in the Republican-run Senate.

If Mr Trump was convicted by a two-thirds majority – an outcome deemed highly unlikely – he would become the first US president to be removed from office through impeachment.

The White House and some Republicans want the trial to be limited to two weeks.

Source: bbc.com

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