People who follow and observe popular and famous celebrities in Ghana can accept the fact that most of these celebrities change as their careers progress or retrogress. Most times we normally see positive and good changes when these celebrities active great things.
A picture of our own Ghanaian hip hop musician and rapper Medikal and her ex sister Derby has gone viral and people cannot stop talking about it. Medikal who was once dating sister Derby or Deborah was seen in this picture with her ex looking very different.
Even though both of them looked different and younger but wealth and riches have can be said to make changed these former love birds at the moment.
Now, Medikal is married to movie star Fella Makafui and they have a child as well. Comparing Medikal in that old picture with his ex and his current pictures with his wife tells Ghanaians the impact of time and wealth can have on people's lives.
Below is the viral picture of both Medikal and his ex Sister Derby and his current pictures with Fella Makafui.
Medikal and his wife Fella Makafui.
Medikal and sister Deborah
Compare the changes wealth, change and time have caused. Previously, Medikal looked slimmer but now he looks very well built and handsome than he used to.
Aside the wealth and change, no one can doubt that Fella Makafui has been a good wife to his husband, Medikal.
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