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Adams Apples by Shirley Frimpong-Manso

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samira

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Adams Apples Chapter 1

Meet the Adams women for the first time in what will be an exciting and unforgettable journey as we turn the chapters in the lives of these dynamic 21 century Ghanaian women.

Jennifer, Baaba and Kukua have a surprise in store for their mother on her birthday but the surprise is almost ruined as Mrs. Adams arrives home with a surprise of her own. Meanwhile Baaba struggles to forgiver her estranged husband for his indiscretions whiles her own tear her apart. Kukua is faced with a ghost from her past that threatens to destroy her career and expose a secret she;s sacrificed a lot to keep buried.

The fiercely independent and strong willed Jennifer drives her assistant to a diabolical plan that could spell her demise and Mrs. Adams get an education on the rules of dating in modern Ghana, whiles the mystery of a land court case and an unlikely stalker drives a young teacher to seek help for legal action.

Tear, laughter, love and a strong need to succeed drive these women and the men in their lives to seek more from life and each other in this explosive maiden chapter of ADAMS APPLES.
 

samira

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I saw parts one and two of the movie a couple of weeks ago....have not yet seen this explosive maiden chapter of ADAMS APPLES yet...but so far, the movie was ok...at one point, I wanted to strangle Mrs. Adams....but we live to see as the movie looks promising.
 

chi

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I saw parts one and two of the movie a couple of weeks ago....have not yet seen this explosive maiden chapter of ADAMS APPLES yet...but so far, the movie was ok...at one point, I wanted to struggle Mrs. Adams....but we live to see as the movie looks promising.
Madam it's good to have you back......... I saw the move over the weekend and I was itching for more .... I like the story and can't wait to see chapter 3
 

samira

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Madam it's good to have you back......... I saw the move over the weekend and I was itching for more .... I like the story and can't wait to see chapter 3
Good to see you too. Yep, cannot wait for the next part of the movie...

Did you hear that our girl Lisa from the real house wives of ATL has separated from that cute bobo of her's?
 

chi

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Good to see you too. Yep, cannot wait for the next part of the movie...

Did you hear that our girl Lisa from the real house wives of ATL has separated from that cute bobo of her's?
who be Lisa again ....ok make i go check
 

samira

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Real Housewives of Atlanta's Lisa Wu-Hartwell Splits from Husband

The one that was trying to have a baby with her ex-NFL husband...the half Chinese chick...she left the show after season two...here, read below

Real Housewives of Atlanta's Lisa Wu-Hartwell Splits from Husband

Another Real Housewife is going back on the market.
Lisa Wu-Hartwell, who starred on the first two seasons of Real Housewives of Atlanta, has separated from husband, former NFL pro Ed Hartwell.

Wu-Hartwell confirmed the news on Twitter on Saturday -- and slammed talk that the split was prompted by the couple's financial difficulties. (In 2009, after the couple defaulted on their mortgage, their suburban Atlanta mansion was sold in a foreclosure sale.)
"Sadly. We are separated but would NEVER be over money," she wrote. "That is so far from the truth. Wish people could respect people's privacy during times like these."

The couple tied the knot in 2005 and have a 3-year-old son, Ed. Jr. It was the second marriage for Wu, who has two older sons with ex-husband, R&B singer Keith Sweat.


Real Housewives of Atlanta's Lisa Wu-Hartwell Splits from Husband - UsMagazine.com
 

chi

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I wonder what prompted the divorce .... I always had the impression that they had a good relationship.....quite sad
 

samira

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I wonder what prompted the divorce .... I always had the impression that they had a good relationship.....quite sad
Will not be surprised at all that it had to do with money...cause Lisa strikes me to be the type of a person who is into serious cash...maybe i am wrong. I honestly feel bad for them...they seemed to be so much in love.
 

adjojata42

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I watched chapter 3 of adams apple over the weekend and it was enjoyable, the wahala still continues. i did enjoy chapter one, but two and three are nice. this monthly release of each chapter is annoying.
 

wendydoks

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i enjoyed it. shirley did good. i must say the main character(in my opinion) perfected her bitchy role and it is comparable to Genny's bitchy role in Silent Scandal. i will like to see more of her. i also enjoyed watching Yvonne Okoro. The movie is a bit on the slow side like a TV series. The twists and turns are typical of a daytime TV drama. other than that, it wasnt bad. i love tht they embraced the african wear in the movie 98% of the time.

6/10
 

Iya Laje

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i enjoyed it. shirley did good. i must say the ,ain character(in my opinion) perfected her bitchy role and it is comparable to Genny's bitchy role in Silent Scandal. i will like to see more of her. i alsomenjoyed watching Yvonne Okoro. The movie is a bit on the slow side like a TV series. The twists and turns are typical of a daytime TV drama. other than that, it wasnt bad. i love tht they embraced the african wear in the movie 98% of the time.

6/10
Yeah I love the African wear and the different styles...even the names are more traditional. At first I thought that the guy they used as Yvonne Okoro's(Baaba) husband wasn't well fitted for the role but he kinda grew on me...I guess. He should keep his shirt on though. And they could have also used a more suave young guy for Jennifer's boy toy.

Is it me or was Yvonne a bit too close with that massage lady? Is there some kind of hidden thing we don't know? I was a bit confused sha.
 

wendydoks

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Yeah I love the African wear and the different styles...even the names are more traditional. At first I thought that the guy they used as Yvonne Okoro's(Baaba) husband wasn't well fitted for the role but he kinda grew on me...I guess. He should keep his shirt on though. And they could have also used a more suave young guy for Jennifer's boy toy.

Is it me or was Yvonne a bit too close with that massage lady? Is there some kind of hidden thing we don't know? I was a bit confused sha.
you are right, i wasn't feeling her husband neither was i feeling the boy toy either. in fact, i am not sure if i am feeling "Chidi" (i am not sure if they used the Igbo name chidi or a Ghanaian name dt sounds like it) the old flame. i think Ghanaian male actors need help in the acting department more than their female counterpart. And yes, the diff. African styles really had me engaged too.
 

blackpearl

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Ok i have the different chapter infront of me. one thing i am not yet sure about (yes i did not read the article) is this some sort of a high standard version of Super Story? Just being curious that's all
 

barbarellanoir

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Did anyone buy their movie from an online african movie outlet?...If so, please let me know where you purchased it, because i'm having problems finding it.
 

samira

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Did anyone buy their movie from an online african movie outlet?...If so, please let me know where you purchased it, because i'm having problems finding it.
I have not seen it around any of the stores that I usually buy from in the MD area. Got my copy from my sister who came visiting from Ghana.

@ Kolinzo....doubt if it has reached youtube yet.
 
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