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Comedian Charlie Murphy Dies From Leukemia At Age 57

Comedian, Charlie Murphy, who is the older brother of Eddie Murphy has died from leukemia according to his manager. Charlie died in a NYC hospital. His manager says he’d been going through chemo. He famously co-starred on Chappelle Show in some of Dave’s most memorable skits … including the night he partied with Prince. He also co-wrote some of Eddie Murphy’s movies. He co-starred in Are We There Yet, The Boondocks, and Black Jesus.  He recently toured with Cedric the Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, George Lopez, and D.L. Hughley. Charlie was 57. Source:...

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I’m sad NDC lost but I’ve moved on to farming – John Dumelo

Award winning actor John Dumelo has moved on after the painful defeat of John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2016 elections. The actor rallied staunchly behind the NDC in the elections and was seen on several platforms campaigning for the party. The 2016 elections saw many entertainment celebrities openly endorsing their preferred presidential candidate and throwing their weights solidly behind them. After the defeat of his candidate, John Dumelo has declared that even though he is sad about the defeat, he has handled it well enough. “It’s elections, somebody wins, somebody loses, and we just...

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#MTN4SyteMVAs16: Shatta Wale And Stonebwoy Win Big At 2016 MTN 4Stye Music Video Awards

Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has been adjudged the Most Influential Artist at the 8th edition of MTN 4Stye Music Video Awards, 2016 held at the Accra International Conference Centre on Friday, 3oth December, 2016. Stonebwoy, on the otherhand, went home with the Overall Best Video award on the night for his “Talk to me” music video with Kranium. The award night was hosted by Jay Foley and comedian DKB with support from Dj Mynor. The audience were treated to good music performances from Guru, Feli Nuna, Medikal, D Cryme, Kwaw Kese, Sorakiss, Shatta Wale and Samini. Others who picked...

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President John Mahama Signs Ghana Film Bill Into Law

Ghana Film Act (2006) has finally been signed into law by President Mahama, this is according to the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Mrs. Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare. The Minister took to twitter on Friday, 23rd December, 2016 to announce that President John Dramani Mahama has signed the Ghana Film Bill into law. I would like to thank his Excellency @JDMahama for signing the Film Bill into a Law.(Development & Classification of Film Act 2016) pic.twitter.com/5GJcd2TkTU — Elizabeth O-Adjare (@lizofosuadjare) December 23, 2016 In October, 2016, Parliament passed the Development and Classification of Film Act (2006) after several years...

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Special Harry Potter Pop-Up Channel On DStv Premium In November

  While celebrating its big 3-0, M-Net continues to treat viewers to magical entertainment, and how much more magical can you get than a channel dedicated to the Harry Potter films? Soon after the fun-filled M-Net 30th Birthday Block Party channel draws to a close on DStv Premium at the end of October, the iconic eight-film Harry Potter series will take over the entertainment on channel 109. M-Net will treat viewers to a special M-Net Movies Harry Potter Pop-up Channel extravaganza from Friday 4 November until Sunday 13 November, and it will run for 17 hours per day from 04:00am until 9:00pm....

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