From time to time our celebrities express their opinions on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and the others anytime there is an important issue relating to the entertainment industry or their personal life.
Being a platform they choose to put across their sentiments, it will be necessary readers of Flex newspaper get to know some posts of our stars on their timelines since not everybody gets access to them.
The following are the posts compiled this week:
BULL DOG: After the chaos in the studios of Happy 98.9 fm between Hiplife artiste Kontihene and the panelist on the show, Bulldog wrote this on his Facebook timeline: #KONTIHENE or # CONTINENT or whatever you call yourself, if you say you are the reason #papiof5five is struggling with his musical career, then I will be the reason why your dead career won’t be resurrected #WMT Remember I’m not God though #grateful #thywillbedone #killdemwithlove #sikanhyira. (Kontihene replied though)
KONTIHENE: Musician Kontihene after he left the studio wrote these on his facebook timeline: That human bulldog is as stupid as junk yard dog
An hour after the first post he wrote again: Ohene I’m like Sampson in the bible, I killed a lion with my bare hands what the f**k is a Bulldog. On the following day (Sunday), he posted: “Since Shatta Wale abandoned this clown-Adabraka lazy Dog- he hasn’t got any opportunity to travel outside the country again. Not even Togo. He is busy roaming about aimlessly. Pls wherever u see this junky, watch his feet, nails and pay attention to his breath. Damn, This toy cut a wrong meat.”
DJ ASHMEN: He wrote this last Saturday: Anyone who’s close to Kontihene should tell him that I DJ ASHMEN I don’t have any issue with him so he should take me out of his beef with Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson (Bulldog), I really respect him as a big brother and a contributor to our music industry we find ourselves so he should never disrespect me. I don’t want to tell the world the harsh words he just said to me on phone awhile ago because I feel he is too big to say such words to me.
OKYEAME KWAME: posted this on hinstagram a message to his former group member Quophi Okyeame and his wife: “Love is a beautiful thing. I was there from the beginning. This relationship was meant to last. You have cleared the perception that when two stars tie the knot, pressures of the society untie it quickly. I wish you 70 years more of blissful marriage. Happy anniversary@quophiokyeame and @stacyamoatenggh”
OHEMAA MERCY: She wrote this last Saturday on her facebook timeline: “Be strong and fight on, you will never remain in this situation forever. You will surely rise again. I speak life into any dead situation in your life. I pronounce liberation and I call heaven to smile on your life in Jesus name. You will rise again.”
SHATTA WALE: On facebook as Charles Nii Armah Mensah wrote: “We have seen musicians come and go down all because they don’t speak out for their rights. This so called industry has made musicians so poor till now that musicians can’t even make ends meet. It’s a total disgrace to hear MUSIGA come out to think banning of profane songs can change our industry but don’t think of educating musicians need to see this career as a business venture which most musicians need more than anything. Obour and your team sit up cuz all what you see these days is called the “REVOLUTION”.