Entertainment of 2014-02-08

Chase Bossman in occult dance saga

Ghanaian R&B sensation, Chase Bossman has told NEWS-ONE that he is not involved with any cult.

The ‘Fire’ crooner who recently released a video for his latest song titled, ‘Booze Men Anthem’, has been raising eyebrows with his controversial gesticulations in photos at public events.

He did a similar thing with some of his friends at John Dumelo’s birthday party on Sunday night. Such gestures in some parts of the world are often described as satanic and are likened to hailing or promoting the evil activities of some secret societies.

However, Chase said his gestures were for fun and not influenced by evil motives or to promote evil activities.

“There is nothing behind my gestures. I am very much aware of the controversies about some of those signs but I don’t do it to promote any evil,” he said yesterday.

The outstanding R&B singer was in the news last week over his ‘Booze Men Anthem’ song which features Mugeez of R2Bees.

The song is his first time teaming up with Mugeez after he first worked with R2Bees’ member Paedae on his first single, ‘Tell Me Ur Name.’

He dedicated the song’s video to everybody including booze men.