Ghanaian popular comedian, Kalybos and Pal, Ahuofe Patri were seen last week in a trending video about their latest union.
The two were in their outfit deserved for couple who have agreed to become husband and wife. Social media kept booming as the two became the talk of the town.
A marriage seen was created in our mind as we thought the two have tied the knot, but Kalybos on his latest post on Instagram made Ghanaians mute in few seconds.
The comedian and actor posted that, they were just advertising a product for a company and they are not married.
Although, some Ghanaians have taken their marriage personal and true, but some also kept asking if their marriage it true.
Ahuofe and Kaly have become friends for about fifteen years now and were evidently seen in "Boys Kasa" skit.
I think is high time bloggers in Ghana verify accurately their articles before publishing.
Not long ago, Wendy Shay also became the canker of Ghanaians after a music video shoot.
According to some bloggers, the Rufftown records signee and bedroom commando crooner was married. But later it was proven to be false as it was a video shoot.
Much cases of such have been published many a times.
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