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Ayisha Modi Deletes Her Verified Instagram Page For Good Following Beef With Stonebwoy

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Ayisha Modi Deletes Her Verified Instagram Page For Good Following Beef With Stonebwoy

A cantankerous ardent fan of Dancehall giant Stonebwoy, Ayisha Modi has for obvious reasons deleted her verified Instagram page.

The notorious fan of Bhim Nation seems to have had enough of the brawl between Stonebwoy and herself hence has decided to make her weapon (Instagram) rest for some time.

As it was published recently, Bhim nation fans are in shock and surprised, following the update about Bhim President Stonebwoy, unfollowing his associate Ayisha Modi.

Ayisha Modi, since last year have been known to be a strong fan and fighter do the Bhim Nation and Stonebwoy.

It started with Stonebwoy’s issue with Blakk Cedi where Ayisha Modi went live and defended Stonebwoy to the core and since then anytime anyone dares say anything about Stonebwoy she comes to the defense.

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A little dig up brought the realization that the two have stopped following each other, a sign that things might not be all cool between them, and this has got the Bhim Nation fans surprised.

And as it stands, checks and searches made by GhArticles.com on Instagram cannot be traced the account of Ayisha Modi as she has deleted it perhaps temporally to let sleeping dogs lie so she can heal her depression as a result of her fallout with Stonebwoy.

 

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“Blaming Anas For Our Downfall, Are you Mad?” – Arnold Baidoo Slams Those Blaming Anas Over The Poor Performance Of The Black Stars

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“Blaming Anas For Our Downfall, Are you Mad?” – Arnold Baidoo Slams Those Blaming Anas Over The Poor Performance Of The Black Stars

Ghanaian entertainment critic and commentator Arnold Asamoah Baidoo has criticized people blaming Dede Ayew and Anas for the Black Stars’ dismal performance at the ongoing AFCON, telling them to calm down.

Following Ghana’s elimination from the AFCON tournament, some have blamed captains Dede Ayew and Anas for their exposure, and have called for Asamoah Gyan to be reinstated as captain.

Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, on the other hand, has chastised people who blame others for what the players were unable to achieve, questioning whether they want to normalize and excuse corruption by celebrating Nyantakyi and blaming Anas for our troubles.

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He does not agree with others that Dede Ayew does not deserve to lead the team because of his devotion and unwavering love, and he also does not believe Anas is to blame for our current troubles since he relates them to similar incidents in the past.

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Charterhouse Drops Official Website For Musicians To Submit Works For VGMA23

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Charterhouse, organisers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, is calling on all eligible persons to submit their works for nomination to contest in the 23rd edition of Ghana’s biggest music awards show.

In an announcement, Charterhouse stated that they have opened entries for participation in this year’s event.

They revealed that published works in the year 2021 will be accepted. Thus, all works from January 1st to December 31st, 2021 should be submitted.

Charterhouse called “out to all artistes, artiste management, record labels, producers, instrumentalists, music composers, music industry stakeholders, and the general public, that nominations for participation in the 23rd Annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards are officially open.”

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Interested persons are advised to submit their works for nomination via the online portal at www.entry.ghanamusicawards.com.

“There shall be no manual submissions. The deadline for submissions is Friday, February 18th, 2022,” it said.

 

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BREAKING: UPSA ‘Expels’ Rapper Black Sherif For Doing This

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Kumerica uprising sensational rapper, Black Sherif has dropped out of school as he confirms quitting UPSA.

The rapper who turned 20 years old a few weeks ago was a student at the University of Professional Studies, Accra when he released his ‘Sermon’ tracks that threw him into the spotlight.⁠

Interacting with his fans on snapchat, the ‘Second Sermon’ rapper born Mohammed Ismail Sherif, was asked what programme he was studying at UPSA and he replied “hmm bro, I can’t with that school. I’ve left ei” and added a crying emoji.⁠

Detailing why he quit the school after a fan asked “why have you left UPSA?” the rapper responded saying “honestly, I felt behind and wanted to start over. You understand?”⁠

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The ‘Second Rapper’ later disclosed that “nah I’m in a different school now” which has been revealed as the University of Ghana when another snapchat user asked him “you felt behind so you left UPSA. The Legon you go fit?”.⁠

According to him, if he is not able to cope at Legon, he will quit. “If I no fit then I lef come house. Nobody send me na,” he said. See the screenshots of the interactions below as he also spoke about his favourite musicians and more.⁠

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