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There’s no bad blood between KOD and I – Yvonne Okoro

Roseline Okoro (Left), KOD (Middle) & Yvonne Okoro (Right)

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Actress Yvonne Okoro has insisted that there is no bad blood between her and broadcaster Kofi Okyere Darko, popularly called KOD.

KOD in confirming the rumoured engagement of actor John Dumelo, posted a statement that suggested, men, preferred ‘homely’ women like John Dumelo’s wife, to those he described as ‘all over the place’.

He posted Dumelo’s love story, “Got me wondering why most men in the public eye settle for quiet/unknown women and not the ones all over. That could be a lesson for some of our sisters ooo. Men want women who can make a home and not be all over”.

The comments seemed to have ruffled some feathers including that of actress Yvonne Okoro who was one of the first to respond harshly to the fashion designer.

She responded: “Kofi, @nineteen57bykod you could have congratulated the couple without needlessly denigrating other women. Who a man chooses to be with is a matter of personal preference and vice versa for women too. As you clearly believe that women should make all their life choices with marriage always being at the forefront of their minds, you should preach the same to men”.

Her comments may have suggested some bad blood between the personalities.

However Yvonne Okoro told Joy News’ Becky at John Dumelo’s engagement ceremony, everyone was entitled to their own opinion. According to her, there was no enmity between them.

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Myjoyonline.com

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Nana Appiah Mensah calls Stonebwoy ‘lost sheep’ after quashing label confusion

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Nana Appiah Mensah calls Stonebwoy ‘lost sheep’

C.E.O of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah has described Reggae/Dancehall musician Stonebwoy as a ‘lost sheep’. He made the statement Friday, May 18, after quashing a confusion that recently erupted at Zylofon Music imprint.

Stonebwoy broke the news about the end of the confusion via social media yesterday and asked his fans to throw their weights behind the record label.

He shared a photo with NAM 1 with the caption: “At The End Of The Day Peace Will Prevail,Progress Shall Reign And All Things Shall Work Together For Good.. I’ll Borrow Words From This Noble Man @mn_appiah With Whom This Revolution started.. #GhanaShallProsper.

I’ll entreat All The Fans Worldwide Who Have Been In support All These while To Ignore All Forms Of Negative Sentiments And Continue To Show Love And immense Support To This Great Vision!!#BHIMNATION #ZYLOFONMUSIC“.

Nana Appiah Mensah, responding to this, compared the situation to the ‘Parable of the Lost Sheep’ in the Bible, indirectly referring to Stonebwoy as the ‘lost sheep’. He took to Twitter to say: “”…And who amongst us, blessed with 1000 sheep, when one goes missing…” refer; the parable of the good shepherd. JESUS CHRIST is the goodshepherd #ChristinyouthehopeofGlory.”

“…And who amongst us, blessed with 1000 sheep, when one goes missing…” refer; the parable of the good shepherd. JESUS CHRIST is the good shepherd #ChristinyouthehopeofGlory”.

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Ghanafuo.com

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