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20.01.2012 General News

Ghetto lover hits Rocks ADEZ jilted by StoneBwoy

By Ghanaian Chronicle
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For the first time in the history of the nation, Kwesi Pee and his friends,  Nana Fynn, Nana Tuffour, K.K. Fosu, Kwabena Kwabena and Efya, who are all noted for churning out splendid love songs, will treat patrons to an unforgettable night of good music.

Indeed, the venue is expected to be filled with expectant music lovers, who would witness the best from these carefully selected artistes, whose live musical performances over the years have held many audiences spellbound, both at home and abroad.

Patrons at the red and white event would also be offered the rare opportunity not only to interact with the artistes during the show but also request songs of their choice to be performed live by the musicians on stage. They can also request for special songs to propose love to their partners, say sorry to wronged persons and to express appreciation to deserving personalities.

Kwesi Pee, Nana Fynn, Nana Tuffour, K.K Fosu, Kwabena Kwabena and Efya have undoubtedly won the hearts of many music lovers across the country and beyond with their touching love lyrics  and danceable tunes.

In pre-event interviews,  all the artistes on the bill hinted that  they are geared up to treat fans to an unforgettable and splendid performances, saying patrons who will throng the National Theatre will have more than they bargained for.

Looking at the pedigree of all the artistes lined up for the Vita Milk Valentine Love Nite, one can easily predict that the show will live up to its billing as a night of excitement and un-diluted love music. Keep reading for more.

Miss Malaika Winners Receive Prizes
Twenty-two-year-old Geraldine Partington aka Gerry, an undergraduate of the University of Ghana who won last year's Miss Malaika beauty pageant held at the Accra International Conference Centre has received her prize at a short ceremony held at the offices of GH One Television in Accra last Wednesday.

The ceremony attracted a large number of showbiz personalities, including parents of the winners, sponsors of the event and a section of the media.

Gerry's prize package included a one-year supply of ATL Inspiration  fabrics, a hamper from UB Hair Products, GH¢6,000 cash prize, a brand new KIA Cerato car from  Rana Motors and a return air ticket from Air Namibia to either South Africa or Namibia.

The first runner- up, Alexandra Ayirebi-Acquah, received a set of living room furniture from Simbim's Furniture, a hamper from UB Hair Products and ATL inspiration fabrics, a cash prize of GH¢2,000 and a return air ticket from Air Namibia to South Africa or Namibia.

Deborah Lomotey, aka Smally, the second runner-up, also took home a set of dining room furniture from Simbim's Furniture, a hamper from UB Hair Products and ATL Inspiration fabrics, a cash prize of GH¢ 1,500.00 and a return air ticket from Air Namibia to South Africa or Namibia.

The other seven winners were also presented with their prizes at the ceremony. They all received GH¢1,000.00  with hampers from UB Hair Products and fabrics from ATL Inspiration, as well as free tickets to South Africa or Namibia since they couldn't embark on their trip to an African country, which is a tradition for the top 10 finalists of Miss Malaika each year.

Ghetto lover hits Rocks
ADEZ jilted by StoneBwoy
'Issues about love have always been betrayed', Machiavelli, the Florence philosopher could be described as a sure predictor in this case. It is so unfortunate a loyal singer and the heart of many music lovers, Adezoa Stokes (formerly of Mentor 2 fame) has fallen victim to this statement.

When the story about Adez's secret relationship with Stonebwoy, the ghetto love hit maker, surfaced, it became a very difficult task following the proceedings of the relationship. If anyone told me journalism had this tedious task, I would have looked elsewhere.

Being a secret relationship, the two (Adez and Stonebuoy) kept their togetherness from the public domain in order to give fans mirage of the tittle-tattle.

Investigation by this reporter had scanty information about the relationship. Adezoa Stokes, who has been through all the phases of music (from live band music, backing of songs of Kojo Antwi and Hugh Masekela, Stars of the future and Mentor 2 reality shows) who fell in love with the reggae demon, Stonebwoy, had the best of time in the very beginning of their love life.

As always, the beginning is sweeter and the end justifies the means was a measure gauge statement for these two love birds.

Unknowingly for Adez who many big names in the showbiz describe as a lady who has paid her dues in the music industry, Stonebwoy was in a secret relationship with her cousin (name withheld).

Suspicion about the relationship of Stonebuoy and Adez's cousin grew stronger in the instinct of Adez. In order not to be a possessive lover, Adez in her usual charming voice woke her 'soon to be husband' in the middle of their sleep and told him about her recent feeling which Stonebwoy denied in an anger.

'You listen to your friends so much, ahhh! What kind of woman are you?' Stonebwoy rhetorically asked Adez. 'Whenever I call you, a woman picks up and you always say she is your sister. I know all of your sisters and which of them is that who can't mention my name when she picks the call.

Or you haven't even saved my name on your phone?' she asked Stonebwoy. These words of the two were heard in a secret recording. The tape about this conversation which has so many personal chats of the two will circulate soon.

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