first_imgLess than two months after his successful US tour, catchy colloquia hit maker DenG and his manager of over two years, Alice Yawo, are in splitsville (have called it quits) after things got bad.LIB Life has learnt that before the break up, the pair’s unwillingness to communicate for a month played a crucial role in the split.On the drama that led to the break up, Alice Yawo told C Liberia Clearly (a blog by Berenice Mulbah) “that there are so many things that led to the fallout. I felt like I was being taken advantage of. I made many sacrifices for my artists at the time, but was not getting respect and appreciation in return.” “I flew from Massachusetts to Philadelphia for the first time in my life, to have everything in place for a great video shoot for DenG. I spent a week in Philadelphia making sure everything was topnotch. I had a mansion booked and everything in place. “On the day of the shoot, DenG did not show up. I give everything I had planned to two other artists, which they used for their video shoots. DenG didn’t show any remorse, as if my time and money didn’t matter,” she explained to C Liberia Clearly.However, despite the break up saga, Alice praised DenG for being ‘a cool guy’ and that she does not want to discuss him further until he decides to go public with everything“I highly doubt this can be settled. We have grown apart and that’s normal; people grow apart all the time, even in business. I just want DenG to put Liberia on the map and be that big artist he has always dreamed of being. It’s his time to shine, and I wish him all the best,” Alice told LIB Life.When contacted on the break up, DenG said it was Alice that called for the split, accusing him of being disrespectful, unappreciative and more.According to DenG, “Music is business and Alice should learn how to keep it professional. I will never turn down something that I know will bring pride and a lot of good in return to me. If DenG do not turn up you should understand right away that something didn’t go right.“I flew to Philadelphia for the video shoot and stayed there for two days in a hotel. People need to be honest and put Liberia first and stop coming in with hidden agendas and pretending as if you are in it for the sake of Mama Liberia.“Enough with the drama every time; and it is hard to believe that Alice is telling people how I’m disrespectful and don’t appreciate her. How does Alice want me to respect or appreciate her?”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgSIX out of seven so-called ‘experts’ have today tipped Kerry to beat Donegal in the All-Ireland Football Final.Among a panel in today’s Irish Independent tipping Kerry is former Mayo manager James Horan.Only Colm Keys on the panel has gone for Donegal, predicting a 1-14 to 0-14 win. All the rest however have gone for Kerry.Horan, who quit after the replay semi-final defeat to Kerry in Limerick, said Kerry would win by a point 0-14 to 1-10.Martin Breheny gives it to Kerry on a scoreline of 1-17 to 1-15, Eoin Liston says it will be Kerry 1-13, Donegal 0-15 and Vincent Hogan gives it Kerry 1-16, Donegal 0-15.Tomas O Se also goes for Kerry on a scoreline of 1-13 to 1-10 and Eugene McGee gives it Kerry 1-16, Donegal 1-14. All of the pundits had tipped Dublin to beat Donegal in the semi-final.Only Keys from that result is going for Donegal this time around.Horan however insisted: “Because they are such good technical footballers, Kerry just have an ability to adapt to situations in games. It’s why I think they will win it. Their rate of progression can surpass where Donegal are.” COUNTDOWN TO CROKER: ‘EXPERTS’ INCLUDING JAMES HORAN TIP KERRY FOR ALL-IRELAND GLORY was last modified: September 20th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ALL IRELAND COUNTDOWNall-irelanddonegalKerrypredictionslast_img read more

first_imgChelsea Cesc Fabregas desperate for more FA Cup glory – after losing first winner’s medal Goal 07:54 5/19/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Cesc Fabregas Swansea Chelsea 04282018 Getty Chelsea FA Cup Chelsea v Manchester United Manchester United The Spain international was on the winning side with Arsenal back in 2005, but admits that he has since misplaced his prize from that day Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas has revealed his extra motivation ahead of the FA Cup final: winning a medal to replace the one he previously lost! Fabregas finished on the winning side for Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal back in 2004-5, when the Gunners overcame Manchester United, Chelsea’s opponents at Wembley on Saturday, in the final. Patrick Vieira proved the difference by scoring the winning Gunners penalty after a 0-0 draw, marking Cesc’s debut season with a trophy as an 18-year-old prospect.  Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Unfortunately, however, he later misplaced his medal and is yet to track it down. “This one, I cannot find it,” Fabregas told reporters on Friday.“I promise. My dad used to keep them and once I grew up, one day I said, ‘Listen, where are all my medals and stuff?’”He nearly lost the World Cup one even! It was in my mum’s house in a box. I have nearly all of them but I’ve lost two or three.“I found [the World Cup] one. But this FA Cup one, I cannot find it.”The FA Cup is seen as merely a consolation prize for Chelsea after relinquishing their Premier League title and failing to qualify for the Champions League – but Cesc affirmed that all the Blues players were desperate for victory. “To be honest, to go and win a trophy is not that easy. Nowadays, how many top teams that are in Europe and you see at the end of the season, a lot of them do not win anything. Maybe they are close, maybe not. It is not easy to win titles in the league. In the Champions League, you play against Barcelona, they are one of the top teams in the world. You can win, you can lose. That can happen. In the FA Cup, we have done well.“In the league, it is a little bit where we should have done better, we were not consistent enough in our performances and there is no explanation why one day we can be very good, one day after we are just not good enough,” he added. “This is on us as players. We should have put it right when we had the chance to do it. We didn’t and we paid for it. It is a big disappointment, I’m sure for the club as well, because they want to be and are used to being in the Champions League every year.”All we can do now is go on, win the final and give the fans a good end of the season.”last_img read more

first_imgAPTN National NewsLake St. Martin First Nation was swept away in the 2011 spring floods. The buildings were wiped out, and all of the community members were evacuated.A new, temporary village is being built while the people of Lake St. Martin wait in hotels in Winnipeg. But they say their stay is becoming uncomfortable.APTN National News reporter Meagan Fiddler finds out why.last_img