Ghanaians sure do love their controversies, especially if it involves their favorite showbiz personalities.
From hitting back at each other on social media to giving mind-boggling advice on life, relationships and social issues, Ghanaian celebrities have a trick or two up their sleeve on getting their fans up in arms for or against them.
So far, these are the male Ghanaian celebrities that tend cause themselves quite a bit of trouble in the media:
A Plus. Born Kwame Asare Obeng, the rapper has been on the bad side on media reports recently what with his utterances against some members of the presidency. A Plus is also known to have quite harsh opinions on certain issues as well, using his social media page as a platform to express them.
Counselor Lutterodt. George Cyril Lutterodt is a self-styled relationship and marriage “expert” who tends to give troubling opinions on relationships. He is known to often spell doom and gloom for most celebrity marriages.
John Dumelo. While John still remains a fan favorite of many Ghanaians, it cannot be denied that he has had his fair share of bad media coverage. Especially when he dabbled a little in the political game in 2016.
Shatta Wale. One of Ghana’s musicians with a large following, the Shatta Movement king does not hold back when he has his mind set on an issue in Ghana’s showbiz industry. He is known to always speak his truth and for a long time, was engaged in a battle of opinions with the Ghana Music Awards organizers, Charter House.
Blakk Rasta. The popular radio host has has been in the news recently for calling on government to consider legalizing Marijuana or 'Wee' as it is popularly called. He is an outspoken, often harsh voice on several social issues.
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