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Take me to court if you feel insulted and Disrespected – Arnold Asamoah Tells Wiyaala

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Take me to court if you feel insulted and Disrespected – Arnold Asamoah Tells Wiyaala

Entertainment Pundit, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo has dared singer Wiyaala to seek a restraining order from the law courts to stop him (Arnold) from commenting about her on entertainment shows.

According to Arnold, he can’t stop discussing matters regarding the singer.

His reply comes after Wiyaala, a couple of days ago, snapped at him and other entertainment commentators claiming they don’t recognize her in the entertainment industry.

She mentioned Arnold Asamoah Baidoo in a video she posted on her Instagram and warned him and others to keep her name out of their discussions saying she’s not an ”idiot”.

”If I don’t count in this industry or if I don’t count or I have never been counted as part of this industry, then don’t discuss me when you’re talking about the showbiz or show business in Ghana. You can’t always mention my name and turn around say ‘oh shout to Wiyaala but she doesn’t count because she and her manager are concentrating abroad, doing international stuff.”

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”Why won’t I concentrate there? Why won’t I do that? Why? And then the music industry is dead because Kakie, Ebony and Mzvee, all of sudden are no more doing music. You can always call them back. Can’t you?” she questioned.

Wiyaala believes she is not appreciated because she doesn’t expose her skin.

”Since the rest of us you think are not controversial enough. We’re not showing skin enough. We’re not insulting each other enough. We’re attacking each other enough so that you can get something to write and then you can take us to the slaughterhouse or take me into the slaughterhouse, divide me into pieces, say all kinds of manner of things about me or us.

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”You think some of us are idiots? We should come and fool because we want to win Artiste of the Year and then what next? What do we get from that? In Ghana, there are no royalties…So, some of us might not be the most intelligent but we do have brains to understand that when you do foolish songs just because you want to get attention and win some few awards, you’re fooling yourself or when you try to get involved in this kind of industry that it doesn’t make sense”, she fumed.

Speaking on the issue on Okay FM’s “Best Entertainment” with Halifax Ansah Addo, Arnold Asamoah stated point-blank that “for me not to talk about her is mere fallacy. It’s not possible…Once she is an entertainer and counts in the music industry, when a topic is raised concerning her, she cannot stop us from speaking about her. Unless of course, she goes for a court order to restrain us from talking about her but, even with that, it will be difficult”.

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To him, if Wiyaala feels insulted or defamed by any entertainment pundit, she should use the appropriate medium to address her concerns and not go on social media ranting and raving.

“When we say something about her and she feels is defamatory or derogatory or affecting her brand, then she can do the honourable thing by taking us to court”, he said.

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JUST IN: Tracey Boakye suspended; Film Producers Association of Ghana Releases Statement

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JUST IN: Tracey Boakye suspended;  Film Producers Association of Ghana Releases Statement

The Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) has indefinitely suspended Ghanaian actress Tracey Boakye.

The announcement was made in a press release copied to the media and signed by James Aboagye, President of FIPAG.

Tracey Boakye, in the last few days, clashed with popular musician MzBel on social media.

Tracy, also a film producer, in several live videos on Instagram threw caution to the wind and used vulgar and unprintable words against MzBel.

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The statement states that Tracey Boakye is “not supposed to take part in any activities during this period until the situation is reviewed.”

Read the full statement below,

“Our attention has been drawn to recent publications and circulation of videos on social media showing pistons of vulgar and unprintable exchanges between Tracey Boakye and musician MzBel.

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The contents was so bad and affront to our Ghanaian Cultures, Traditions, and Sensibilities. The Film Producers’ Association of Ghana (FIPAG) finds their actions very regrettable especially that of Miss Tracey Boakye, who happens to be an actress and a Film Producer and therefore supposed to serve as a role model.

The Film FIPAG wishes to render an unqualified apology to the general public and man involved for her behavior as that display of character does represent what the film industry stands for or wishes to propagate.

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We wish that Ghanaians will find a space in their hearts to forgive her.

In view of this, FIPAG has immediately suspended miss Tracey Boakye indefinitely. She is not supposed to take part in any of the activities during this period until the situation is reviewed.”

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Anderson Ofosuhene Anim, Empress Leak porn site Administrator arrested

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Anderson Ofosuhene Anim, Empress Leak porn site Administrator arrested

The operator of empress leak – a site devoted to child pornographic and adult sexual content – has been arrested for alleged sextortion.

The operation was carried out by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) of the Ministry of Communications, in collaboration with the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service and the National Cyber Security Technical Working Group.

Anderson Ofosuhene Anim’s website records about 600,000 monthly users from Ghana, Nigeria and the United Kingdom.

Ghana’s Communications Minister, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful made the disclosure on Monday at a joint press briefing.

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Addressing the media, she noted that, an investigation to clamp down on activities of empress leak was launched after a female Senior High School student, filed a report on January 6th, 2020, with the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-GH) of the NCSC. The report by the victim who is below 18 years, was to alert the CERT-GH team of an uploaded sexually explicit video of her to the website.

The Minister further noted that, preliminary investigations uncovered information on the website’s registrant information, associated domain names, email addresses, telephone contacts as as well as residential address of the administrator.

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She said “As part of Government’s efforts towards the protection of Ghana’s cyberspace, the National Cyber Security Centre in 2019 launched a Cybercrime/Cybersecurity Incident Reporting Point of Contact (PoC), to provide an effective mechanism for citizens to report suspected and identified cyber crime and cybersecurity incidents.”

The Minister stated that since the operationalization of the PoC, the NCSC has received countless cybercrime/cybersecurity incidents reports from the public. Key among these reports are the publication of non-consensual intimate images (sextortion), online impersonation, online fraud, malware attacks, online blackmail, website defacement, among others.

According to her, sextortion and distribution of sexual images of individuals are gradually becoming a canker in the Ghanaian cyber space, due to the trusting nature of most Ghanaians.

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“Out of a total of 296 cases received by the National CERT between January 1 to June 30, 2020, 27% of the cases, representing a total of 79 cases, are related to either sextortion non-consensual sharing of intimate images or child online abuse”, she said in a report by Starrfm.com.gh.

She stressed that these criminal acts are perpetrated by malicious individuals who build acquaintance with unsuspecting victims on platforms such as social media, dating and adult website through the use of fake identities.

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