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Video: I need Money,Come and Eat me- Slay Queen Cries out

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Ghanaian slay queen has gone viral on social media after she shared a video of herself openly invited men to come and have sex with her for money.
In the video, the lady whose name is unknown seems to have just woken up from the sleep and shot the video.
She was speaking a local Ghanaian language Twi and in translation, she meant

“Boys, show us something so we know what’s going on; daybreak and we have to know what’s up”

“Have you guys seen how I’m hard up? Yes, I’m really hot so you guys should come and ‘chop’ so that I can get some money to check my what’s up” the slay queen added.

The lady who was seen trying to get cozy and fondle herself in a romantic way continued to say convincing words directed at potential guys who may be interested in her.

We want to collect your cash; yes we want to collect you so come. I need your ‘rod’ so come and ‘chop’ so you give me some cash, I really need money” she said while smiling.

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‘I wrote ‘Daavi’, ‘Come & See My Mother’ for Mzvee’ – Kuame Eugene

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After almost a year of music break, Mzvee is back to entertain us with her usual back to back hit but there have been issues surrounding her disappearance.

Others claim it was the attention given to Kidi and Kuami Eugene that made MzVee quit the record label but according to Kuami Eugene in an interview with MzGee, he has no issue with Mzvee before she exited Lynx Entertainment.

According to the ‘Confusion’ hitmaker, he’s very fond of Mzvee; the reason why he sacrificed his time and sleep for her during her time at Lynx Entertainment.
He revealed that there was a time he had to stay awake through the night just to pen down songs for her

“I care about MzVee. If not, I wouldn’t have written ‘Daavi’ and ‘Come and See My Moda’ and even produced the song at 3 am instead of sleeping”

“So, I love MzVee so much. I think about her a lot. I don’t think she has to show gratitude to me. She doesn’t owe me one. She should just be herself,” he said.

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‘Never Choose Obour As Your MP, He Wants To Go To Parliament To Slim Down His Stomach’- Counsellor Lutterodt, Said

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Controversial counsellor George Lutterodt has asked Ghanaians to reject former MUSIGA President, Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour as MP in the general elections.

Obour is preparing himself to contest for the Asante Akyem South parliamentary primary on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

But George Lutterodt has began a campaign to have the people of his constituency avoid him, albeit jovially (we all know counsellor Lutterodt has never been serious).

Speaking on Kofi TV, the controversial counsellor said Obuor is a disgrace to the MUSIGA hence should not be voted in power.

Counsellor Lutterodt suggested Obuor is going to Parliament to fill his stomach and for that matter wants his constituents to vote against him.

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What are you saying? Kuami Eugene to Ghanaians who tagged Bisa Kdei, Ofori Amponsah as spent forces

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Kuami Eugene has admonished Ghanaians to desist from tagging musicians who used to be popular in the music scene but are currently unable to produce hit songs as spent forces.
He questioned why Ghanaians prematurely retire some musicians.

The ‘Confusion’ hitmaker observed that most eateries, pubs and clubs refuse to play songs of such artistes because they see them as not being contemporary.

Kuami Eugene described as sad the speed at which some musicians are relegated to the background.

He cited an example where he went to a restaurant and requested the owners to play Ofori Amponsah, Bisa Kdei, Pappy Kojo, and Edem’s songs instead of Nigerian songs but was told the names he mentioned were spent forces.
Speaking with Nana Romeo on Accra FM’s ‘Ayekoo Ayekoo’, Kuami Eugene said:

“You will get Ghanaians who will say Pappy Kojo, Ofori Amponsah, Bisa K’dei and Edem are spent forces; what do you mean? I hear some of these songs and it’s very sad. I went to one of the restaurants and they were playing Nigerian songs from musicians such as P-Square, 2-Face, and Timaya. When I asked them to play the above mentioned Ghanaian musicians’ songs, they told me point blank that they are spent forces; can you imagine? I was so surprised to hear that, so, we cannot promote our own artistes in our country? Seriously, I was so hurt that day”.

“How do I send money to my parents if I’m described as a spent force in five years to come? Pappy Kojo is way young, he’s younger than P-Square, Timaya; Ghanaians should stop tagging them”.

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