Video: Gospel artiste Jack Alolome accused of womanizing

Entertainment of Sunday, 15 February 2015


Jack Alolome

Not a sanction by the Film Producers of Ghana (FIPAG) will deter Ghanaian actor known widely as Big Akwes from spilling the beans on some of the celebrities who take to bed so many women.

According to the actor who spoke to on camera during Y102.5FM’s Valentine’s Day football tournament at the Kumasi Secondary High Technical School campus, gospel musician known for his hit song Tomorrow By This Time, Jack Alolome was his partner in crime in womanizing and admitted the Gospel artist loved women more than he did.

Although Jack Alolome was present at the games, he would not answer how true the allegation was and only laughed at the accusation.

In the video below, Big Akwes uses his popular term, “Ye dwamu” which means we bang the women.

“Womanizing is our hobby and we bang the women”

Could it be one of the jokes or a serious accusation? Watch the video below.