South African based business entertainment consultant and celebrity publicist, Mike Osagie Cerutti, has boasted thatÂ the recent scandal attached on his friend and cleint, Muma Gee at the gulder ultimate search will not affect her image as she sets to launch her latest work this weekend
All over the world scandals is part of the entertainment business, all top stars have been linked to one for of scandal or the other, so the recent rumoured scandal or Muma Gee will not affect her that I can assure, Mike the Cerutti posited
Meanwhile,TOP Ghanaian and South African artists will be show casing their talents big time in Lagos this weekend at the nations number one celebrity hang out, Nite shift Coliseum when Muma Gee hosts the world as she launches her new album titled Woman in Question
Billed to take place at the gigantic Nite Shift Coliseum on Sunday 28th March 2010, the reappraisal of womanhood is a pet project by Muma Gee aimed at highlighting and tackling the issues and problems affecting women in Africa, hence the special presence of Yvonne Chaka Chaka-the true African princess
Muma Gee who is rated as one of Nigeria’s hottest traditional singers and show biz exponentÂ is said not to be set to spare anything to make the night an international night to remember as she will be appearing in concert with top Ghanaian stars like VIP, Batman (SaminiI) and Terry G alongside many others
No doubt,.Muma Gee will be gave the discerning elites invited a lot of reasons to salivate not only about her pair of hot legs, but also her talent and creative abilities.
P-Square dazzles Abidjan fans
Nigerian born music stars, Paul and Peter Okoye, famously known as P-Square, dazzled their fans at Abidjan, the capital city of Cote D’voire on Friday last week at a musical concert organized by Moov, the biggest telecommunication company in the French speaking country.
Tagged P-square Live in Abidjan , the concert was held at Palais De La Culture, Abidjan , and over 25,000 fans trooped in to watch the Nigerian stars perform. P-square actually performed for about three hours on stage, entertaining the audience, who were singing along with hit albums, including Senorita.
P-square, who stormed Abidjan with its 10-man band, received a warm welcome from the event organizers, fans and the Nigerian ambassador to Cote D’voire, Albert Olakunle Oluyombo.
However, the twin brothers decided to reciprocate the love shown to them by people as they donated computers, food stuffs and other household items to an orphanage in the country.