Ghana Police Invites Radio Presenter For Threatening To Shoot Ephraim

 Ghana Police Invites Radio Presenter For Threatening To Shoot Ephraim

Mr. Handsome

The Homicide Division of the Ghana Police Service has extended an invitation to Prince Kwesi Dadzie, popularly known as Mr. Handsome, a radio presenter with Rainbow Radio in the nation’s capital for the threat he made on the life of musician and sound engineer, Ephraim recently.

According to the information available to, Mr. Handsome is expected to make the trip to the Police headquarters in Accra at exactly 2:00 PM today, April 8, 2019.

It will be recalled that about some three weeks ago, Mr. Handsome stated on Happy FM’s ‘Showbiz Xtra’ show hosted by Dr. Cann that should he ever set his eyes on the beats maker who is popularly known as Ephraim Beats he will shoot him on the spot.

The Rainbow Radio entertainment show host explained that he made this threat because ever since Ephraim had the opportunity to work with his ‘boss’, one Mr. Lion and the new record label they are building gradually has been sabotaging all the efforts they are exacting to project the few up and coming artists they have signed so far.

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It should, however, be noted that Mr. Handsome in the same interview retracted the statement that and stated that it was just a comment that came out because of anger.

Watch the interview in which Mr. Handsome made this threat on Mr. Handsome’s life some weeks ago:

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