2020 has been a hard year for many people and even our celebrities, but it didn't stop entertainment from growing. The Covid 19 pandemic means that many plans had to be cancelled and affected celebrities, but these ones took the advantage to tie the knot with their lovers.
Fella And Medikal
Medikal (musician) and his fellow celebrity tied the knot on 7th of March, 2020 at East Legon. It was a traditional wedding. The wedding was graced by Shatta Wale and Chris Waddle, just to name a few. After all the drama at the wedding and rumors concerning their marriage, they have happily welcomed their first born.
Kwasi Anansi and Kaaki
Dancehall musician, Kaaki has been out of the music industry for a while, but she was brought to light on January 4, 2020. The wedding was held at East Legon Hills. Kaakie's husband was known to be her boyfriend from Achimota College.
Tracy and Kennedy
The son of Osei Kwame Despite tied the knot with Tracy on February 13th, just one day away from Valentine's Day. This wedding became of one of the most talked about events this year.
Joe Mettle and Selassie
Award winning gospel artiste, Joe Mettle had a successful marriage with his lover Selassie. On August 13th this year, they had a traditional wedding which became a big trend on social media. Kempinski Hotel at Gold Coast City Accra hosted their white wedding.
Kyeiwaa and Michael Asare
Veterans actress, Kyeiwaa has left acting for some time now, but was brought back to light when she suprisingly announced her marriage. 25th July was the date of the union.
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