A former member of the defunct VIP music group, Promzy Afrika, is not happy about a photo purported to have been sent from one of his former group members to another.
In a Facebook post, Promzy expressed his disappointment at Prodigal for sending a photo grid that has Reggie Rockstone, a member of the new group (VVIP), to former VIP member, Bone.
“How can Prodigal send this [photo grid] to Bone with f*ckery Reggie in it? I feel like slapping somebody. Nobody can ever take my place for all this years. Happy new month family,” he wrote.
Responding to some messages on the post, Promzy disclosed how his former members tried to destroy the relationship between him and Shatta Wale.
“They killed my relantionship between me and wale n me being a good big brother,wale realise the truth n came to apologise n we cool now.i got love for all but boys for stop fooling or else 6 feet deep await us all,” he stated.
“U reggie your father die,i was the one there for u 24/7,everybody ask him who he was close to,who he shares his secrets with,who helps him on stage when everybody left him, sidney(nananom) is my witness,” added.
Few years ago Promzy left the music group, making room for Hip life grandpa Reggie Rockstone who joined the two and changed the name from Vision in Progress (VIP) to Very Very Important Personalities (VVIP).
Promzy had said that he was actually kicked out of the group by Reggie even though the latter has on several occasions disputed this assertion.
VIP, one of the first music groups to have emerged during the early stages of hiplife initially had Bone and Friction who later left, leaving the number to three: Promzy, Prodigal and Lazy (now Zeal).
They produced some of the massive hits the country has even had. In 1998, they released their first album, ‘Bibi Baa O.’
In 2000, they released their second album, Ye De Aba, which was more successful than their first album.
After the second album, Friction quit the group to embark on a solo project. Promzy, Prodigal and Lazy released their third album in ‘Lumbe Lumbe Lumbe’ 2001 which had the smash hit song “Daben na Odo Beba”.
In 2003, VIP took the music industry by storm with their album ‘Ahomka Womu.’ The ‘Ahomka Womu’ song was number one on the Ghanaian charts for over 20 weeks.
VIP won several awards at the Ghana Music Awards and the group gained international exposure after this success.
Following the exit of Promzy, Reggie Rockstone the godfather of Ghanaian rap who back in the mid 90’s christened the new genre Hiplife, joined the group.
The new VVIP has since produced smash singles like ‘Selfie,’ ‘Skolom’ and ‘Dogoyaro’ and ‘Koliko.’
$600 Million found by farmer, gives it to police.
The news that a Colombian farmer finds $600,000,000 in drug money buried on his farm has created a modern day “Gold Rush” as people are now flocking to the Colombian countryside with echo sounders and all kinds of scanning equipment, searching for more of Pablo Escobar’s hidden money pits.
Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria (December 1, 1949 – December 2, 1993) was a notorious Colombian drug lord who at the height of his career, supplied about 80% of the cocaine smuggled into the US.
Known as “The King of Cocaine”, he was the wealthiest criminal in history, with an estimated known net worth of US$30 billion by the early 1990s, and approximately US$50 billion when including money that was buried in different areas of Colombia.
At the height of its power, Pablo Escobar’s drug cartel was smuggling fifteen tons of cocaine (worth more than half a billion dollars) into the United States every single day.
He made so much money that he had to spend $1000 per week purchasing rubber bands to wrap the stacks of cash.
Pablo had so much money that he could not possibly spend it all. He had over 800 luxury mansions all over Colombia, owned football teams, he gave away billions of dollars to help build hospital’s, schools, work programs and even rebuilt entire ghettos for the poverty stricken people of Colombia.
Even with all that going on, he still had too much cash to hide. So he started to bury it all over Colombia. The location of each money pit was known by only Pablo and his three closest associates.
When Pablo was finally killed, the location of many of these money pits died with him. The CIA estimates there to be about 100 of these money pits that have yet to be discovered, each containing between five hundred million to one billion dollars.
Fast forward to today. Meet Jose Mariena Cartolos, a 65 year old farmer who recently received a $3000 grant from the Colombian government to help him start a palm oil plantation on land that has been in his family for over 200 years.
While digging the irrigation trench for the plantation, Jose discovered something big beneath his feet. After further excavation, Jose discovered several large blue containers with something incredible inside.
Money, not just a few hundred dollars, not even a million dollars, heck not even 100 million dollars. This 65 year old farmer with nothing but the shirt on his back had managed to find one of Pablo Escobar’s money pit’s containing a whopping $600,000,000. Yup thats right, six hundred million dollars.
Its not clear what will happen to the money now, but many speculate that Jose Mariena Cartolos will not be allowed to keep the money, but it will most likely remain in Colombia and be used to fund social and economical programs that help those in poverty. (via breakingnewsinternational) Watch the video below:
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