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Florence Obinim denies claims of body enhancement surgery

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Gospel musician Florence Obinim has denied claims that she has gone under the knife to enhance her body.

She mentioned that contrary to the widely held perception that she actually inherited her body shape from her mother.

In an interview with Ghpage and monitored by Graphic Showbiz, Florence Obinim said her mother, named Akosua, was well known in the neighbourhood where she grew up, as one with a huge backside and hips.

She stated that she had the same body type but decided to reduce her weight prior to her marriage.

However, Florence Obinim started going to the gym to work out really hard to get her desired body after giving birth to all her children when she married.

“My butts are natural, after giving birth to all my children, I did some serious gym work and I was very particular about my stomach because if you have a flat tummy, your butt and hips will automatically be very visible.

“Also in my family, maidens who have never given birth are slim but as soon as you start giving birth, you put on weight and that’s when the hips and buttocks also get big. I would also advise ladies not to eat at night since late night eating highly contributes to having a big belly,” she said.

Florence Obinim, who is credited with songs such as “Mehyia Jesus”, and “Osoro Ne Mefie”, among others explained that she took up the burden of working on her weight following unfavourable comments made by a TV presenter years ago.

Florence Obinim nurtured her talent at a young age when she used to minister at a branch of the Assemblies of God church in Kumasi.

She was inspired by South Africa’s Rebecca Malope to release her maiden ‘Osoro Ne Mefie and has since then dropped songs such as ‘Wagye Me’, ‘Oben Me’, ‘Mehia W’adom’, ‘Medimafo’, ‘Mahunu Bi Da’, ‘Ma me Nyansa’.

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Wendy Shay to be flown to Germany for extra health care – Bullet

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RuffTown Music CEO Ricky Nana Agyemang aka Bullet has disclosed that the label is planning on flying their signee Wendy Shay out of the country for medical care.

Survivor hitmaker Wendy Shay last Sunday was involved in an accident on the Kwabenya Road.

Though the car being used by the musician got damaged, she and her Personal Assistant who was in the car managed to survive the fatal accident which could have claimed their lives.

Wendy was rushed to the hospital for treatment and she has been on admission from that day up until today.

Her Manager and CEO of the label Bullet in an exclusive interview with Andy Dosty disclosed that the musician suffered a fractured nose while her PA got away with minor injuries.

He added that Wendy is doing very well and would be discharged from the hospital, they are planning on having a serious check-up on her.

Speaking on the next action to be taken by the label, Bullet disclosed that they(the label) are putting things in place so she is flown to Germany to receive extra medical attention from the professionals there.

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never thought I would get married– KOD

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Ghanaian broadcaster and fashion designer, Kofi Okyere Darko, popularly known as KOD says he never really considered marriage while growing up.

Speaking on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning, he disclosed that he did not want to let go of his freedom.

“I didn’t ever think I will get married, I like my freedom,” he said.

The fashion designer said that growing up, his parents were permissive, which gave him the space to make his own choices with parental guidance when needed.

“My parents were not hard on me, I didn’t have a regimented life, just live your life, as in when you went wrong, they would correct you.”

“Forever I wanted to just be in the air and fly like a bird,” KOD said.

He revealed that he married his current wife, Ophelia Crossland due to the influence of his sisters and friends.

According to him, anytime his friends met him and Ophelia, they always complimented on how they would look good together.

“My sisters were really part of it and my friends, everyone who met Ophelia was like charlie this is your wife,” he said.

KOD who also doubles as the CEO of the clothing line, ‘Nineteen 57’ said that his wife has been very supportive and influential in his life.

 “She has changed me in so many ways, as growing up she has taught me to be subtle in the things I wear.”

“You know that saying, behind every great man there is always that woman, I don’t know if because she is not so tall, but she is right behind me and you can’t see her but she is the one who pulls all the strings, keeps me very grounded,” the CEO shared.

Kofi-Okyere Darko is the founder of the annual fashion and music event, Rhythms on Da Runway.

He won the 2015 Most Stylish Radio Personality of the Year at the Glitz Style Awards.

He was also nominated Male Fashion Celebrity Icon of the Year at the 2016 Ghana Fashion Awards.

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VGMA would’ve collapsed if it was run by a Ghanaian – Patience Nyarko

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Ghanaian gospel artiste, Patience Nyarko, has attributed the success of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) to the nationality of the founder, Iyola Ayoade.

While commending the organisers of the awards for running the scheme for over 20 years, she told Mike 2 on Adom FM’s Entertainment Hall that if the VGMA organisers were Ghanaians, the award scheme would not have come this far.

“Ghana Music Awards has really helped Ghana’s music industry even though they are running their business. Let’s consider the various awards we have, which of them is able to live up to expectation than the VGMAs.

Some people complain that it is organised by a Nigerian but the fact is that it would have collapsed if it was a organised by a Ghanaian,” she said.

She, therefore, wondered what Ghana has been able to execute successfully and sustained.

That notwithstanding, Nyarko expressed her misgivings about the fairness of the VGMA, particularly in the selection of award winners.

She claimed her song ‘Obi Nyane Me’ deserved the Most Popular Song of the Year award but didn’t even get any nomination.

“Look at my song, ‘Obi Nyane Me’; it was popular and deserved Most Popular Song of the Year award, but it never happened. But I understand that business people will think about their interests, so it’s okay,” she said.

The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), is organised by Charterhouse Productions, a company owned by Nigerian business magnate Iyola Ayoade and his Ghanaian wife Theresa Ayoade.

Established in 2000, the 24th edition of the scheme was held this year at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre.

The VGMA celebrates and recognizes outstanding achievements in the Ghanaian music scene and has played a significant role in promoting local talent on the global stage.

It is the most anticipated event on the Ghanaian entertainment calendar, in spite of the criticism that comes with it.

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