5 Most Controversial Ghanian Celebrities

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Being a celebrity comes with a price , you hardly see a celebrity without one or two controversies surrounding him/her. Both the things they did and things they didn’t do attracts lots of controversies. That you are a celebrity doesn’t necessarily mean that everyone will play along with you, there are actually some people that become famous just by writing controversial articles about celebrities.people just have to know what the baggages that come with been a celebrity are before thinking about becoming one. You can check out all the latest Ghana celebrity news on buzz Ghana,

1) Yvonne Nelson:

yvonne nelson1 Yvonne is one of the most popular Ghanaian celebrities, an actress and a model that knows how to stay in the headlines, just recently she exchanged words with a blogger who claims Yvonne Nelson’s team sent her an article to publish and Yvonne took it to twitter to blast the blogger. Another of these Controversies surrounded her is that of her break up with Nigerian musician and boyfriend Iyanya, who did a diss song about her “Your Waist. To mention but a few. That is a wrong way to make news?

2) LEILA DJANSI:

LEILA DJANSI A filmmaker.  She has problems with several Ghanaian movies on the market and is alleged to engage fellow filmmakers in verbal crossfire over their works.  She even came out with her own list of award winners after she attended the 2013 Ghana Movie Awards, implying that the organizers didn’t do their jobs well.  She certainly has the right to criticize, but we wonder how good she is at taking criticism

3) BLAKK RASTA:

BLAKK RASTA A controversial radio presenter in Ghana. He speaks his mind and says whatever he likes on air, which creates lots of controversy, dont realy care whose feet he is stepping on. He mostlylashes out on politicians and takes issue with most Ghanaian songs and events. He was recently reported to have slapped fellow musician Wanlov Kubolor.

4) DEBORAH VANESSA:

DEBORAH VANESSA Fashion designer, TV personality,and musician, Sister Debbie as she is popularly called, seems to court controversy as effectively as her brother Wanluv Kubolor.  Her debut single “Uncle Obama” and the accompanying video raised  controversy in the Ghanaian showbiz industry.  Since then her popularity has escalated as she loudly makes waves in the media and on social media.  She recently appeared on the red carpet of the Channel O music video awards in South Africa almost naked, wearing a black see-through dress that fully displayed her black panties.  Sister Debbie’s controversial celebrity star is surely on the move.

5) ASEM:

ASEM Asem holds the title as the most-controversial artist in modern times. From releasing controversial songs to ranting about anything that don’t go on well with him. Like I always say he’s the Ghanaian Kanye West.

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5 Undisputable Facts About Ghanaians

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There are different stereotypes surrounding Ghanaian people, some common while others are personal. In a recent article by buzzghana.com, it was argued that a lot of people might describe Ghanaians differently maybe based on a personal experience with just one Ghanaian, but you cannot because of a personal encounter and make a general conclusion that all Ghanaians are like that, as much as I take an exception to that, Ghanaians certainly do have some things in common, and there are some experiences anyone that comes to Ghana must encounter in one way or the other.Here are 5 undisputable facts about Ghanaians ghanaians1

1) Some Ghanaians are fair complexioned:

Many people have this believe that all Ghanians are dark in complexioned. Their original notion is that they are all black skinned, not just dark or brown. To see a fair complexioned person in Ghana, people often suspect that he is from another country. Many white people married black Ghanians and their offsprings complexion is brighter. That is not the only reason, there are also naturally fair people here but majority of Ghanaians are very dark. fair ghanaians

2) Ghanaians are pretenders:

Ghanaians themselves attest to this, that their own people are pretenders . Ghana has capitalized on  the good image they have had towards international community and would want to continue with that  even when its obvious that thing are not alright back at homed,instead of crying out, they would rather act as if all is well .  Ghanians are humans hence they have their own share of flaws and inadequacies. This attitude of theirs could be a smart strategy to get what they want but it is equally a dangerous thing to deal with a chameleon. Be yourself and let the world know you for who you really are and not what you desire to become. Many youths of Ghana are into Internet scam popularly known as Sakawa, so 419 is not peculiar to Nigeria like most people think.

3) Ghanaians worship white people:

An average Ghanaian and  will choose a white man inplace of a black man.  Ghanaians want to copy everything western. This is a total deviation from what  Kwame Nkrumah hoped  to achieve with African Unity.Lets not misunderstand this, this simply means that  a Ghanaian can sabotage his fellow blacks just to get the  favour of a white man.That such mental weakness and appreciation of ones race as submissive to a superior one is annoying . An average African man will promote his culture and not fall weakly into the arms of a white man

4) Ghanaians practice true democratic party system:

The  democratic system of government in Ghana made it in such a way that a party stands for something. A party manifesto is known, what a party believe in is in the heart of the followers and they stick to their dogma. In this system cross-carpeting is not that easy.Each political party is more like a religion, and everyone knows what to expect when a particular party is in power. Party politics is not for convenience, you are born into a party, your family is in a party. Its not so easy to decamp unlike some other African countries.

5) Ghanaian landlords are cheats

A visit to rent control will reveal that many aggrieved foreigners living in Ghana have resorted for justice against their mean landlords or, land lady as the case may be. They feel that because they are foreigners, greedy landlords try to take advantage of them. Many have similar experiences of cheating and deliberate defiance of housing contract.

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