“I am two weeks pregnant for Elikem. We fell in love the very first day I met him at the launch of my clothing line of which he was part of the models. We exchanged numbers and we started a relationship from there.

“If Elikem tells me he is no more interested in me, then I will understand that I am the loser and back off but for now, we are happy together.” – 28-year-old fashion designer, Theresa Boateng, talking about her new found love Elikem Kumordzie

“I just modeled for Theresa; I am not dating and I have not impregnated her; she is a good friend. That is all I can say about Theresa. “Nothing will make me change my mind from Pokello, we love each other and I don’t intend leaving her for any woman.

“I really don’t know what will make me leave Pokello, she is sweet and she is the only lady I feel comfortable hanging around with.” – Elikem Kumordzie clearing the air on what Theresa said

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“I hear you want to date a man who can make you laugh? Oh please look no further. I su wer Sandra I I’m a fool. I can fool papa. Because I want to make you happy I’ve even moved in with Funny Face. You know that guy has graduated from fooling to OFUI. I’m learning more tricks to make you happy from him.” – A Plus in an open love letter to TV host and Lawyer Sandra Ankobiah

“Currently, dancehall music is attracting many people and it is not surprising that dancehall artistes continue to lead the charts. It is now evident that dancehall has become part of us so it is important to rebrand it to reflect our culture.

“I have always wanted to do dancehall music and I am happy to pursue that dream. I also want to project the ‘Africanness’ in my music and that is the reason I keep a natural hair.” – Lynx Entertainment signee MzVee

“I am more than convinced that I am the next big thing to happen in the history of Ghanaian music. This may sound like blowing my horn but I feel it. I know where I started from and where I have reached now and where I want to be in my music career. It is no child’s play for me at all. I want to be Ghana’s version of Angelique Kidjo.” – Vodafone Icons Winner and Pepsi Ambassador, Wiyaala

“It is every good musician’s dream to be recognized for doing a good job and I think my hard work should have earned me a couple of nominations in this year’s VGMA, but even though I missed out, I am still focused on what I enjoy doing. Everyone is fighting for me because they know I made an impact last year, I should have been nominated for the New Artiste and Best Rapper categories, however, I want to tell my fans not to worry but rather support my music.” – Samini Music protégé Kofi Kinaata

“Honestly, I think that it has affected the group in a way but not entirely because the core of the group is still around. Nothing about our compositions has changed. Yes, when it comes to stage performances, when you are more and choreograph your moves well, you look nicer and more organized on stage. So yes, performance wise, it may have affected the group but not our compositions.” – Remaining members of the duo Praye speaking on former group mate Praye Tintin

All Quotes compiled by: Abdullai Isshak/enewsgh.com

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