Ghanaian singer, eShun has revealed that she once had the opportunity to have $100K invested in her music by a fellow who wanted her to spend a week with him in Dubai. Speaking in an interview on Accra based Class FM, eShun stated that she turned down the offer because it didn’t seem right.
” I had somebody call me, I don’t know him from anywhere, and he’s like, I’ve seen your work, I like you, I’ve checked your Instagram handle and how it’s going so how can he invest into my career and, so, I told him to talk to my boss so that he sees where he can come in.
“I believed everything got down to money because whatever it is, you’ll need money, whether is TV or radio, whatever it is, and he was like money is not a problem for him and that he’s willing to invest $100,000, I was super excited.
“I was happy, but we had been waiting for long for the money, we spoke but he didn’t really mention the money, so one day, I was like, I wanted to ask him if the money was coming any time soon or he just want to us to wait a bit.
“He then told me the money is not a problem but before he gives me the money, he would like to spend the weekend with me in Dubai.”
“I was like: are you saying until that happens the money won’t come? He was like not really but then he wants to show me some things and that is the place he will like to take me after, he can give me the money.
“I asked him: So, is that the condition, no, I don’t think this sounds right. Initially, when he called he should have mentioned that I wouldn’t even have given him attention, so I just backed off,” eShun said.
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Princess Shyngle wrote:
”The most gorgeous couples seeing the images of Sarks wedding online just got me thinking like seriously all the male celebrities are getting married to calm, chill, decent and well mannered no instagram or social media girls but all the female celebs above 30 almost 40 are all still single and busy attending weddings every weekend like don’t they feel bad no shade though
Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim has hinted on what may have caused an alleged breakup with Nigerian rapper, Iceberg Slim. In a new social media post, the light-skinned curvy actress wondered why some men neglect taking care of their women simply because they feel she is independent. According to her, such notion will only make some other guy snatch the lady from them.
Juliet Ibrahim wrote:
''I do not understand Men who dont take care of their women, all in the name of "She's independent". If you don't take care of her my brother someone else will. #OpenGistWithJuliet.''
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TV personality, Wendy Williams has opened up about her career and family in a new interview with Cosmopolitan.
The 54-year-old spoke about her son's drug battle, admitting that it was incredibly difficult to put on a fun show every day while privately dealing with something so heartbreaking.
Talking openly about getting her 17-year-old son off drugs, Wendy said:
"I saw it for myself — this affected [my family] very deeply. I didn’t know whether my kid would ever return to school. The whole time we’re nursing him through [recovery], I’m supposed to make fun on the show like, 'Hi! Here’s Wendy! Hahaha!' But I’m dying inside."
Wendy, who also had a drug problem some years ago, added: