Speculations are rife that Tamale – based rapper Sherif Abdul Majeed, known by his stage name Maccasio, is set to tie the knot with his better half in the coming months. In the last 24 hours, invitation scheduling the upcoming nuptial for July 2 has popped up on social media to give credence to the rumours. Considering that the ‘Dagomba girl’ crooner has so far remained tight lipped about his big day, counter speculations have come up to suggest the news may just be a prank.
In the invitation, Maccasio is seen displaying his beloved two-fingers-in-the-air sign whilst his other arm is wrapped around his pretty and supposed bride. The bride or rather the prank bride is identified as Saani Sherifa, a resident of Kalipohini. Proponents of the theory that the wedding is a hoax have pointed to the fact that the lady in question lives at Jisonayili and that her name is actually Asana and not Sherifa as contained in the wedding card.
It is unclear why Maccasio will want to trick his followers into believing that he is settling down but he is not the first in Tamale Showbiz to make such move. In 2019, supremely talented and controversial rapper Dobble Tee announced his wedding for September , prompting friends and well - wishers to travel all over Ghana to witness the ceremony only to realise it was a prank and a move to sell his latest single “In Love’’.
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