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We reported early this week that Micheal Owusu Addo showbiz name as Sarkodie is a proud dad. His < longtime girlfriend Tracy gave birth to a baby girl weeks ago on 28th March 2016

The shocking revelation is,Sarkodie has denied , he is not the biological father of the child.Tracy who is the girlfriend of the BET AWARD WINNER is in total tears.According to Sark Tracy got pregnant within some few months without his notice and beside DNA test confirms Sark is not the biological father of Adalyn Owusu A.KA Titi..

According to source Tracy was dating one prince guy whom Sark suspect he is the real father of the child.Another DNA test will be made again.
Sarkodie just made a nice track for his baby girl.

We will keep you updated
enjoy the track below




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Contrite Songo Kneels Down . . . As Multimedia Grp Apologizes To EC Boss & Dzifa Attivor


Multimedia Group Limited has rendered an apology to the Electoral Commissioner Charlotte Osei and Former Transport Minister Dzifa Attivor for the unsavory remarks made by renowned Sports Presenter Patrick Osei Agyemang.

Patrick Osei Agyemang, known in the sports circles and on his “Fire for Fire” programme as Countryman Songo, chided the EC Boss and the Former Transport Minister over the “incompetence” of the two leaders.

According to him, the EC Boss doesn’t deserve her position and should be sacked from office, and further accused the former Transport Minister of misappropriation.

“…Tell us the amount…She should get out from there. Sack her from that place. She’s incompetent. She’s indeed dull. The EC Boss Charlotte Osei is incompetent. She doesn’t deserve to be the EC Boss but she is there because of politics…With all due respect, are you crazy?

“Should I tell you that you’re a thief? Are you a thief? Do you want to steal our money?” he blurted out.

Director of Sports for the Multimedia Group Limited, Samuel Yirenkyi assured government and the entire nation that disciplinary measures will be taken against Countryman Songo.

Speaking on the programme “Fire for Fire”, Mr. Yirenkyi said “we want to say that it is unfortunate. We are sorry. The gentleman himself, Patrick Osei Agyemang, has personally acknowledged his fault and as we saw he has knelt down to apologize” to all stakeholders and all viewers.

He continued that his outfit will uphold good journalistic standards and therefore treat the comments by Countryman Songo with contempt.

“Having said that, we want to indicate strongly that disciplinary action has commenced against Patrick Osei Agyemang…We assure our stakeholders, our viewers and all of high journalistic standards.”

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This 15year old girl was burnt by her sister after she caught her in bed with her husband.

To me this is brutal and insane. A sensible person should ask for explanation, maybe she was being raped by the husband maybe she needed protection from intimidation..There are many other way to punish her ,she shouldn’t had burn her up she’s only 15 and remember she’s also your sister regardless of what she did she don’t deserve that she’s a child.

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2 Strong Motivational Messages From KSM



The founder and CEO of Sapphire Ghana Limited who is also the host of ‘THE KSM SHOW’ on Metro TV, Kwaku Sintim-Misa, known popularly as KSM has taken to his official facebook fan page to share two strong life changing and inspirational messages. I got inspired so I thought it wise you should also have a feel of it. Enjoy KSM’s messages below.


In soccer an “own goal” is a goal you score against yourself. In life the “own goal” you score against yourself is called SELF-PITY. Self-Pity is not listed in any medical book as a disease but it is one. It is one of the most destructive self-inflicted ailments that affects us today.

Self-Pity leads to DEPRESSION. Depression opens the floodgates of negative energy. Negative energy nuetralizes any positive fighting spirit you have in you. When that happens you go downhill till you hit rockbottom. Dont allow yourself to be dragged down through self-pity.

Dust off the SELF-PITY and RISE UP. Stop scoring “own goals” in your life. FACE the world, you have the capacity to OVERCOME and TRIUMPH


Life is a CLASS. You have to learn from the LESSONS it teaches you. The more you learn, the more you understand, the more you understand the more you PASS the TESTS that it gives you. The more you pass the tests, the more MATURE you become.

Those who FAIL in life are the those who refuse to learn from the lessons life throws at them. Dont let the lessons frustrate you. They are there to STRENGTHEN you ,but on one condition. ONLY WHEN YOU LEARN FROM THEM.

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I Am Sick Of Never Having Sex – Fati, 27 Cries Out

Hello people, I am Fati, 27 years with one girl who is now three years of age. People please help me.

I am Muslim lady looking for Muslim guy to marry. I am EXHAUSTED. I am exhausted of trying to keep my head up, telling myself that the right man is on its way. I am legitimately ANGRY at people who tell me that “it comes along when you are not looking and least expect it.” I am a busy girl, yet I see no one coming along. I am sick of sleeping alone, never cuddling with anyone, never having sex, never having a date on holidays. I am sick of seeing all my friends move on.

We live in a couples’ world. I am sick and tired of not being invited to gatherings because its always all couples. I am sick of seeing people happy and together.

It is just not fair. I have tried enough to stay positive, and I have had bad luck in love since high school, throughout college, throughout graduate school. Yes, I sound bitter, but only because I have been patient way too long. I was diagnosed with severe depression for the first time in my life a few days ago. I know why I am depressed, it is because I am lonely and miserable. I don’t have the life I want because I cannot find the relationship I want.

I deserve it: I am smart, educated, attractive, and take care of myself. I would never lie or cheat.
My question is: how can I feel better? I feel like I have tried it all and am at the end of my rope here. Therapy, psychics, exercise, meditation, etc. I am just so tired of it all, because nothing is working.

How can I stop being so unhappy?

Kindly share your views in the comments section down below. She will be reading them.

This real-life story was first posted to Akumaa Mama Zimbi.

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5 Reasons Women Need To Get Naked More Often

As women, how often do we really see each other au naturel and actually feel comfortable?

When I was a schoolgirl in the U.S., I quickly mastered the art of changing my clothes in the locker room without even so much as shining as an ankle. Modesty was so prevalent, it was as though we were expected to somehow keep our clothes on even while getting undressed.

So when I accidentally found myself at a nudist spa retreat in the middle of the Austrian Alps last winter, it wasn’t surprising that I began to think about my body-baggage.

As my friend and I headed into the spa area, we expected to see fluffy white towels, bathing suits and bodies of all shapes and sizes. But instead, all that anybody was wearing was a birthday suit. I cringed. I didn’t sign up for this. I reverted back to that shy, seventh grade schoolgirl in the locker room.

Looking around the sea of naked bodies I felt immense shame. I don’t wax. I have stretch marks on my hips from having a baby. My left boob is a little bigger than my right boob. When was the last time I shaved my legs? Oh my God, that 50-year-old woman’s breasts are bigger than mine. Will my ass look like that when I’m 70? No. God no! At least I exercise. Well, I guess I’m thinner than she is. And so on.

My friend sighed, looked at me and said, “I think it’s considered rude if we don’t take our clothes off.” Rude?! So I refused, but after our first sauna, I began to understand the logic behind the no-clothes policy. I was seriously overheating. With a deep inhale (and an enormous sigh!) I took off my top.

My … boobs … There they were. I realized I had an easier time taking my shirt off in front of a sexual partner, than baring my breasts in public.

But instead of fixating on how my girls looked, I decided to redirect my focus to why I felt so much shame. Why was it my first impulse to compare my body to everyone else’s? Why was I cataloging every inch of cellulite I saw? Why was I obsessing over how awful I thought I looked?

Here are five liberating reasons why you shouldn’t be afraid to get naked:

1. “Perfect” is an illusion.

Even though I’m happy with my body most of the time, I still feel an immense pressure to appear “perfect”. From an early age I was taught how to make myself more appealing to men — how to flirt, wear heels, short skirts, wax my eyebrows, slather on makeup, etc. And still, when all the clothes come off, I tend to worry about all the imperfections because let’s face it, none of us are airbrushed.

“Imperfection” means there is an object of perfection, and that is just not true. Every body is different. As I looked around the spa that day it wasn’t my body that separated me from everyone else, it was my attitude.

2. Being vulnerable in front of others is a good thing.

In Europe — Germany especially — it’s perfectly normal to lose the swimsuit and go for a dip in the buff. Going to the sauna is a beloved pastime and it’s generally understood that everyone will be unclad. At the yoga studio where I teach, there’s even a coed sauna room in the basement — in case you didn’t sweat enough in class. I’ve found that seeing other bodies in the nude can make us more comfortable in our own skin, if we’re willing to sit with the discomfort and fear.

3. When you judge other people, you judge yourself.

I realized I was afraid to confront my own self-judgment. Instead of practicing self-compassion, I defaulted to fear. Society has taught us to judge and criticize, instead of to love and care for ourselves and others.

The first time I stood at the front of a yoga classroom as a teacher, and saw everyone in Downward Dog, I realized just how many different down dogs there were. They didn’t look the ones you see in magazines, nor did they look like mine. But it was still a beautiful sight to see, nonetheless.

When you compare yourself to other people, it’s a form of self-harm. We have to take care of our bodies physically and emotionally, and sometimes it’s equally important — if not more important — to have an emotional fitness routine as well.Meditation is highly effective for this.

4. When you become comfortable being naked, you’ll feel less inclined to wear makeup and heels.

I was never a girly-girl — it’s just not my natural state. Sometimes I feel like wearing lipstick (but most of the time I don’t) but I finally realized and accepted that this is OK. Making myself up was a way of putting myself down. Losing the costume helped me feel comfortable with just being myself.

5. Baring your bits to Mother Nature feels really good.

Like the snow on the pristine Alpine peaks, my body too will one day melt away. My bottom will get saggy and my skin will wrinkle.

If practicing yoga has taught me anything, it’s that I am not my body and I am not my mind. Everything in this world is material, and is subject to constant change. Even sitting here now and writing this, my body is changing. My skin is a material barrier to the world around me and somehow taking my clothes off on that mountain, made me feel more at peace with nature and with myself.


Author: Samantha Rose

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My Husband Have Sex With Me Everyday – Ghanaian Woman Tells Her Story


The story unfolds:

“Hello people, my name is Pat and I have been married to my husband for 5 months now.

My problem is that since I got married my husband he has been having sex with me almost
everyday disregarding my health and my menstruation periods.

When I complain, he says to me that ‘what is the benefit of marrying you if I cannot have sex with you anytime I want?’

This persistent sex has giving me bruises and it is torturing me emotionally.

He goes to the extent of saying to me that if I do not allow him to have sex with me as and when he needs it, I should not blame him if he cheats.

I panic anytime he comes back home from work every evening and goes naked. I have spoken to him several times about it but he seems not understand me. Our parents are aware of my situation but they are not able to convince my husband.

Please help me because I am no more happy in my 5months old marriage.”

What are your views on this ordeal?
Should she stop having daily sex with her husband for him to cheat or continue with the daily sex and compromise her health?

She earnestly wants your candid views as to the steps she should take.

This story was first posted to Akumaa Mama Zimbi.