Being a celebrity in Ghana is one of the toughest and difficult thing to do. Getting sick or absence from the media for just a while will bring many rumors attached to your name whether positive or negative but mostly is negative.
In todays article, I will show some of the top celebrities in Ghana who were killed by Ghanaians through rumors which turns out to be false. the consequences of stardom could be negative, such as; extortions, black mail and even pushing fake news about celebrities for monetary and other gains.
Now let's check them out;
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In 2019 there was a massive rumor about the death of Daddy Lumba. However, the news was refuted when famous blogger Kumi Kasa published a story where he claimed the manager of Daddy Lumba had confirmed that the artiste is still alive.
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In 2016, the actor was rumored to be dead but this news was refuted by ViaSat 1 TV. He was later rumored to be amputated in 2013 which was also not true in any way.
3 Apraku My Daughter
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Wednesday, May 20,2020, there were rumors that the pastor was dead. Before a viral video of the pastor looking drunk surfaced on the internet, he was reported to be dead but then he was alive. He later died few days from there.
4 Agya Koo
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Agya Koo was reported to have died on Sunday, July 12, 2020, but the story was debunked briefly after online news portal, Ghanaweb published a disclaimer informing Ghanaians to do away with all claims that the Kumawood actor is dead.
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