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Kumawood actor, Alex Kofi Adu, popularly known in showbiz as Agya Koo has disclosed that the death of veteran actor and former Actors Guild president, Nii Odoi Mensah, did not come to him as a surprise.

Speaking to, the comic actor said, “He has been sick and the disease has been chronic so it didn’t come to me as a surprise. If his death occurred untimely, it would have been a surprise but we all knew his chronic kidney disease took his life so I wasn’t surprised at all.”

Agya Koo however sent out his condolence to the family and advised them to make good use of his properties.

“My condolence to his family, they (his family) should protect his legacy and properties. His kids should make good use of what he has left behind so that they can have a good future,”he advised.

Sharing his working experience with the late actor, Agya Koo told said “I have worked with him before and he’s corporative. He plays mature roles and it reflects in his working relationship. He has never spoken against me or abused me verbally.”

Nii Odoi Mensah reportedly died yesterday, April 11 in China where he was undergoing a kidney transplant. Doctors had declared his two kidneys as incapable of functioning to keep him alive.

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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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Shatta Wale replies Stonebwoy, calls him a cripple



Stonebwoy Said About Shatta Wale

Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has descended heavily on fellow Dancehall act, Stonebwoy after the latter claimed he is a better lyricist than him.

The two acts, over the weeks, have been throwing jabs at each other ever since the Bulldog-Zylofon-Stonebwoy brouhaha happened at Paloma Hotel in Accra.

Speaking to Multimedia’s MzGee on Sunday, Stonebwoy argued that he was lyrically and musically better than Shatta Wale who has been throwing jabs at him in recent times.

“Shatta Wale can never murder me. He is never lyrically good like me and he knows it. Shatta Wale is never musically and lyrically better than I am. I murdered him in 2010 at Labadi (beach). Lyrically, I’m the baddest in Africa.”

However, it seems Shatta Wale didn’t take Stonebwoy’s words lightly as he has riposted through his Facebook account insisting that Stonebwoy is never humble and neither does he pity himself.

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