Okyeame Kwame, a Ghanaian rapper, and his wife have disclosed how they spent only 300 cedis on their wedding ceremony.
In an interview with Graphic showbiz concerning their yet to be release book, Love lockdown, the couples revealed that they ignored the pressure from friends and family to hold a huge wedding ceremony to fit their celebrity status.
According to him, he had stayed away from huge ceremonies because his extremely shy wife could not stand the attention. Okyeame Kwame revealed part of the 300 cedis was for the cost of his marriage registration and the other half was used for “fufu with some friends”.
The couples got married in 2009 and a recently in their 12th anniversary. People expected him to throw a huge and exquisite wedding and invite his celebrity friends and family as a celebrity. Okyeame Kwame added that they married the way they wanted and that should not bother other people. The rapper has been married for 12 years and stressed that he was speaking the truth and does not care whether people believe it or not.
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