Lovely people of our dear industry I am extremely happy to come your way again with the “WEEKLY BROADCASTER”. This week was awesome (OH! At last I have Confidence where I need her, and that for me is what I will describe as an awesome week), with some very good news and as usual the devil was at work so there were some very bad news as well.
(Please a message of caution: If you are not an extremist or a true fan of the Weekly Broadcaster, don’t read the words in brackets, PLEASE!!) But that is why I am here, to say it like it is.
Let me take this opportunity to thank all the loyal readers who have appreciated what I do and God bless all those who are “hating” on me (after all you don’t put food on my table, and I don’t give a f##k what you say or think. Nonsense!!)THIS WEEK ON THE WEEKLY BROADCASTER: CONFIDENCE BEGS AYIGBE EDEM FOR LOVE!!!!!
First of all congratulations to Samini for winning an award in New York (he is raising the flag of Ghana high and that is something I will always commend, not those senseless perverts who release porn movies and tag them 18…. Adult movies my “a##”). Enough of that, I have enough food on the table to be worrying myself over snacks. Confidence and Ayigbe Edem again!
When the phone saga sprung up I decided not to utter a word because the two parties involved were people I completely idolized (time and time again, I have demonstrated how bias I can be especially if the people involved are people I like). But now they have put the rope on and asked me to push the table from under their feet so they hang and die and that is exactly what I will do.
First of all, that Ayigbe Edem boy is a very spoilt brat. How in the world should you date someone who is twice your age (even though I don’t know Confidence’s age, I know she is a grown a## woman). That makes him a threat to society, what if he goes about dating older women and ends up with my mother ( Edem if I ever catch within 10 miles of my mother’s range, I am calling Interpol. I am not about to sit down and look at you defile all the big women in town because you got muscles.)
For once I am forced to believe that Love is really blind (what the hell was confidence thinking when he went out for Edem, that dude is a brilliant and has an exceptional personality but the truth be said, he is an ugly “motherfucker”).
Well she might have her own reasons for going for him, maybe his internal features complement his external (I am just saying, something should account for Confidence’s interest in Edem, because on the normal, it doesn’t make sense at all.) My pointless escapades led me to a recent conversation between Confidence and Edem which happened to have leaked to the media (courtesy Ghanacelebrities.com).
Honestly when I first listened to the conversation I felt like vomiting. OOH! But it was a little romantic (it will qualify for a break up scene in any Ghanaian movie, being it a Shirley, Muda or Venus.)
The conversation sums up to the “THE AFTERMATH OF THE BREAK UP” (maybe Shirley should use it as a movie title, but please Shirley remember to give me my percentage. This is my intellectual property). Confidence literally begs Edem to rethink his stands on their relationship and confesses her love for the Volta Regime leader. In the middle of the conversation the blame game is played a bit:
CONFIDENCE: You broke up with me.
EDEM: No you broke up with me………. And it continues
Nonsense, whoever broke up with who is not important; the fact is you broke up. Edem was very diplomatic in dealing with Confidence. The conversation goes on and on and then Edem puts himself on my plate; all this while I taught that dude was a player, why should you tell Confidence that you met a girl recently that you genuinely like but have not said anything to her( and so what? It doesn’t matter.
Player have you forgotten the rules, don’t make a rich “ass” woman jealous, she will mess with you. Stick to the rules boy”).
Then my favorite part is when Edem asks Confidence why she is saying she needs him and the diva shows her weak sides.
CONFIDENCE: Because I love you……. (Oh! No, Confidence I never knew you were so romantic, wow! You were on point, and still had your rich “a##” attitude even on phone. Maybe you should take acting as a profession. ) Then Edem angers me with his “FLEXING” tactics.
Mtcheeeeww! See you Edem, you have Confidence at your feet and you are dogging around. Man stick to the lady, she will pay some of the bills. Edem’s background seems to do him a lot of favors as his depth of wisdom is brought to bare even in a private conversation. Confidence attributes their break up to the fact that Edem made some money and won a few contracts and then that was it he didn’t want her again.
EDEM: If you know me, you will know that for me money does not count….. Impressive.
What annoys me is what ensues at the end of the conversation. Edem I am sorry to tell you this but Confidence disregarded and insulted your integrity when se asked you not to tell anyone about it (she took you for a “dumbass”, Player!) OOOOH! Confidence, the media in Africa is coming of age and we are capable of so many things you cannot imagine.
Well as it stands Edem did not tell us and like he said he is still thinking about it and will call you when he is done thinking (i.e. if he thinks at all). I will try and talk to him on your behalf maybe he will listen to me, if he does don’t forget to compensate me with two bottles of MOET and 5 bottles of Hennessey. Your club can easily afford it).
Maybe you should listen to the conversation yourself right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bJC5mCGTHA.
Thank you very much for staying with me through out this broadcast, till I come your way again, the name is and will always be “Africa’s Finest” Ephraim Amoo II, host of your weekly broadcaster, have a wonderful day.
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