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D-Black Narrates How His First Month Of Lockdown In The States Was A Big Challenge For Him

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D-Black Narrates How His First Month Of Lockdown In The States Was A Big Challenge For Him

Ghanaian rapper, D-Black, has stated that his first month in the US during the early stages of the coronavirus lockdown was one of the worse of his 5 months stay. 

D-Black was away for close to 6 months in the United States until his return to Ghana recently. He also reacted to reports by the Ghana ambassador to the United States of America, His Excellency Bafour Adjei Bawuah, that he was not in America at the time some Ghanaian nationals expressed interest in returning home. 

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“I was stacked for about 5 months and the first month was the worse out of the whole because l was in the center of the epidemic, New York. I was stacked for a month, sometimes you can not go out to get some groceries, you can board a Uber or drive and it was depressing. l used that time to work on my album and after a month l moved to Miami and LA where l started recording and shooting video.

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So it was much better for me after the first month. I don’t know why he came out with that assumption, l was stacked there the whole time but l think while we were there, the government started organizing flights from London and Sarkodie left America to London to join those flights. So he Assumed maybe l have joined the flight, but l did not leave the state so maybe that’s why he thought l joined them”. 

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Frederick Nuetei Nortey known professionally as Frederick Nortey is a Ghanaian Celebrity Blogger and publicist.He founded fredericknuetei.com an entertainment website and blog that primarily publishes news about Ghanaian Celebrities.

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I’m fighting for Castro’s royalties not contributions for the family – Ayisha Mordi replies Alordia Promotions

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Socialite and stanch supporter of musician Stonebwoy Ayisha Modi has reacted to music promoter, Alordia’s claim that rapper Sarkodie isn’t claiming Castro’s “Adonai” royalties. 

Alordia’s claim came on the heels of Ayisha’s allegations against Sarkodie that he has refused to share the proceeds of his “Adonai” song with the family of disappeared musician, Castro. 

According to Alordia, Castro’s share of the proceeds is intact and with the logging company and also talk about how Sarkodie contributed significantly to a fund raising organized for Castro’s family. 

Speaking on the “USAYWETIN” show with Noella, Ayisha revealed that Alordia only presented an amount of Gh1000 to Castro’s mother 3 months ago. She also made known the steps she is taking to retrieve some of Castro’s royalties for his family, adding that she has nothing against rapper Sarkodie. 

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I never heard prophet Nigel’s prophecy until after Ebony’s accident – Bullet

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I never heard prophet Nigel’s prophecy until after Ebony’s accident - Bullet

CEO of RuffTown Records has disclosed that he never heard prophet Nigel Gaisie’s prophecy until after Ebony’s accident. 

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According to Bullet in an interview with Fiifi Pratt on Kindom Plus FM, they did a lot concerning the prophecy but he did not hear anything from Nigel Gaisie. It was after Ebony’s death that he got to hear about the prophecy. The host asked him whether Ebony was difficult to manage but he responded that every artiste and the kind of fire they bring. 

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According to him, sometimes its difficult to manage because maybe the artiste will say this is what l want to do. “Now before l sign an artiste and l see there is going to be a problem, l cancel the contract”, he said. Please watch the video; 

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