- The new beef in the Ghana entertainment industry is between Adu Sarfowah and Nana Tonardo
- In a number of videos, Adu Sarfowah has taken swipes at Tonardo, calling him all sorts of names
- The beef is believed to have started after Tonardo commented on Sarfowah's recent rant online
Ghana's entertainment industry is currently witnessing a hot beef between actress and TV host Adu Sarforwah and brand influencer Nana Tonardo, known in real life as Emil Wood.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Adu Sarfowah was seen in an angry fit, making allegations against Nana Tonardo following their misunderstanding.
According to Adu Sarfowah, Tonardo's dad passed away in a church in Tema due to Tonardo's way of life.
Sarfowah compared Nana Tonardo to Nigerian star Bobrisky and said the latter was living the best life imaginable while Tonardo was wallowing in poverty.
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Among spewing many other unprintable words, Adu Sarfowah said Nana Tornado could be recreated with just her leg.
Adu Sarfowah rubbished Nana Tonardo's comments linking her to spending some time in police cells over her rant in the past few days.
The current beef stems out of comments made by Nana Tonardo during a live TV show on Accra-based Onua TV hosted by Mona Gucci.
Moving away from celebrity beefs to celebrities enjoying their friendship, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multiple award-winning Ghanaian musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah famed as Shatta Wale has tattooed Medikal's name on his arm in a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh
In the video, Shatta Wale who was in the office of a tattooist, was seen showing off a tattoo on his arm to the camera.
Apparently, the Ayoo hitmaker decided to take the love he has for Medikal to another level by inking the name of the rapper on his body.
Shatta Wale was seen flaunting the initials "MDK" which were inked in bold letters on his right arm while beaming with smiles.
The Taking Over crooner was heard hailing Medikal in the video and saying he was about to paint the town red with his new tattoo.
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