Princess Shyngle explains how blackmailers got access to her adult videos

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Ghana-based Gambian actress, Princess Shyngle, is once again in the news over an adult video in Nigeria.

The controversial actress is at the centre of a scandal being investigated by the Delta State Police Command.

The Instagram model revealed in an interview with Saturday Sun, how a Nigerian got access to her nude photos, who used it to blackmail her and her friend.

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When asked how the blackmailers got access to her nude images and videos, she explained that secret cameras were planted in her friend’s bedroom which filmed them during their naked moments after being lured to Asaba in the name of shooting a movie.

“We were lured to Asaba in the name of shooting a movie, but these people that lured us in the name of a woman actually had their own agenda, which was to steal from us, extort money from us. They planted secret cameras in my friend’s bedroom so that when we are having a shower or walking around the room naked, they have pictures of those things.”

“They stole my personal phone and also got my personal information, my pictures and videos. Those things, they used to blackmail us, that if we don’t pay them, they would use the videos and publish our nude pictures,” she stated.

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Princess Shyngle reported the matter to the police in Asaba. The blackmailer has been charged and remanded in prison custody right now.

In the video, Princess Shyngle was seen whining her waist to a Morgan Heritage song.

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Lil Win breaks internet with his school launch videos and photos

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Kuwamood actor Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lil Win, has officially launched an ultramodern school he has built in Kumasi, Ashanti Region.

Photos and videos of the launch which was graced by many Kumawood actors have since gone viral on social media.

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Lil Win, in an interview on Adom FM’s Drive Time program, “Ofie Kwanso” told Jerry Justice that it was one of the reasons he was enstooled as the Nkosuohene of Duaponko in the Afigya Kwabre East Constituency, in the Ashanti Region.

“I am building a school in the community. It starts from crèche to JHS so people will benefit from my achievements. I know I can’t do it all but people will remember me for it.”

He has named the school, Great Minds International.

Watch photos of the event below: 

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The popular actor has received many accolades for putting up such an ultramodern school as part of his social responsibility to the society.

Watch Lilwin take a fellow actor, Akrobetu on a tour of his School.

 

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Videos: Founder’s Day: Spoken Word artists put Ghana under microscope

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As Ghanaians mark the country’s founder’s birthday on Friday, September 21, two spoken word artists have tasked citizens to have a second look at the state of Ghana.

Born on September 21, 1909, Ghana’s first President, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, celebrated the world over, is known for helping Ghana gain independence in 1957.

Due to his unrelenting quest to see countries on the African continent liberated, he was voted Africa’s ‘Man of the Millennium’ by listeners of the BBC.

The two spoken word artists, Ammishaddai Ofori and Enoch Adom Amaning Onwanwani (Amaze), delivered creative pieces, on the Super Morning Show (SMS) on Joy FM with Daniel Dadzie, that highlighted the state of Ghana 61 years after it gained independence from the British. 

Ammishaddai Ofori performed ‘Ministry of Zongos’, ‘Normal’ and ‘The Ignorance of Arrogance and the Arrogance of Ignorance’.

Mr Ofori, apart from being a Spoken word artist, is also a Value Added Services Lead at Bluespace.

Amaze, who is a Performing Arts student at the University of Ghana, Legon, also delivered masterpieces titled: ‘Native of this Nation’, ‘Tan Ohia’, ‘Nyame Adom’ and ‘Highlife’.

 

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