Adu Sarpeah

Editor in chief

Ghana's realest blogger whose motive in the game is to eliminate all forms of lies and deceit masterminded by Ghana's celebrities or whatsoever in the showbiz industry through blogging. My style of presentation is unique as you can feel the flow, cohesion as well as punch lines without fear or favour. Follow @Adu Sarpeah on Facebook or via Email sarpeah@ghbase.com

Latest Articles

Listen: Music Producer King Dee ‘Steals’ Mzbel’s Beat For Kofi Kinaata’s ‘Confession’ Song

After beat police busted music producer Def Clef for copying Superstar O’s beat for Sarkodie’s ‘Trumpet’ song, they are back with another report. Rapper and...

Okyeame Kwame Is Interested In Watching Big Ass Of Ladies – Wife Reveals

It's becoming the other of the day where wives of celebrities also try to cause stir in order to be in the news. Shatta...

We’ve Sorted Things Out With Producer Beatz Dakay – Stonebwoy

News broke out last week about confusion between Ghanaian Dancehall and Bhim Nation President Stonebwoy and  his long time producer Beatz Dakay. Now,The #Gohigher hit-maker...

I’ve Changed My Mind, Sarkodie Is Now Free From Legal Issues – Okraku Mantey

News between Mark Okraku Mantey  and Sarkodie has been making waves in the past days about copyright infringement over a refix of a song...

Mark Okraku Mantey Fires Back At Daasebre’s Management Communicator And Described Him As Blockheaded

Chief Executive Officer of Slip Music, Mark Okraku-Mantey has described Nana Nakaa Mutty, Communications Director of Enas Multimedia as blockhead. His jab comes on the...

Pope Skinny Is In Trouble For Saying He Wants Samira Bawumia As Sugar Mummy

Hiplife artiste Pope Skinny has been given a two-week ultimatum to retract or apologise for publicly confessing his love for Ghana's Second Lady, Samira...

Mark Okraku Mantey Doesn’t Have Sole Right To “Kokooko” – Daasebre’s Management

The sampling saga between music producer Mark Okraku Mantey and rapper Sarkodie has taken a new twist as Enas multimedia who were managing the...

The Pastors Have Failed Us

The attitude of Africans in relation to religious matters is summarized by John S. Mbiti as “incurably notorious". Simply, the African ''eats and drink religion"...