Gospel Singer, Joe Mettle has formally gotten married to his fiancee, salomey Selassie Dzisa.
The occasion stops a long time of hypotheses of a reputed wedding with TV moderator Berla mundi. Which caused a big stir at social media and people were commenting and saying all sort of things about their union. As a result both came out to declare that there was nothing of that sort happening between them. A couple of weeks ago on the day show Berla Mundi also made it clear to the student Journalist that she's not having any relationship with Joe in order to clearify their thought.
Already, photos and recordings from the conventional marriage of couple are slanting via web-based networking media with fun's wishing them well.
Although there were more controversy's here and there about this gospel musician but now he has put his enemies to shame .
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