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AMG boss, Criss Kwaku Waddle has once again proven that he’s got it when it comes to money. Simply the guy is just overdosed with money.

Criss Waddle is currently in the States shooting visuals to his controversial Bie gya song featuring BET award-winner Stonebwoy and guess what?

What? Yes, Criss Waddle is spending whooping $20,000 on the video. The $20,000 includes the director’s cost, hiring of helicopter, hiring of expensive cars for the video and more.

Stonebwoy is currently busy with some International duties and will soon join in to shoot his part of the video.

According to the management of AMG, they don’t engage themselves in cheap stuffs and as well they want to take video in Ghana to a different level all together and that’s why they are going all out to spend the whooping $20,000 on the Bie gya video.

For now, check out Behind the scene photos…


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Derrick Asare is an Editor for Xbitgh. He love Music, going to the movies, making friends, web designer, computer science major.

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Photos of Ebony’s replacement Wendy Shay smiling with Akufo-Addo causes stir on social media



In photos sighted, Wendy Shay was seen sporting a wine and black top over a black trouser while Akufo-Addo wore one of his now signature African print shirts.

An obviously elated Wendy Shay could be seen wearing a very broad smile and Akufo-Addo also smiled as they posed for pictures.

The caption from the photos as shared by Wendy Shay suggests it could have been a one-on-one meeting with the President.

“Great meeting with the chief Uber driver of Ghana #even Nana Addo nso p3hw3 #rufftownrecords #wendyshaytotheworld #teamshay #presidentofGhana #teamGhana #ghanatotheworld,” she posted.

It is not yet known what the meeting was about but the photo comes after the release of Wendy Shay’s music video for her ‘Uber Driver’ single in which she mentioned the name of President Akufo-Addo.

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