After years of rejection, Ghanaian actress Priscilla Opoku Agyeman, also known as Ahuofe Patri, seems to have finally decided to marry her colleague and good friend, Kalybos.
In a new Instagram post, Kalybos, who goes by the name Richard Kweku Asante in private life, begged Ahuofe to marry him after being dazed by a picture she posted.
She initially chuckled at the proposition before agreeing a few minutes later.
“Please marry me wai” to this, Ahuofe first laughed at the comment. But then, she commented again “Yoo mati (with a red heart emoji)”, meaning “Alright, I have heard you”, perhaps, after reconsidering the proposal again for a few seconds.
Kalybos proposed to Ahuofe Patri for the first time in 2017, but she declined.
Speaking on the subject, Kalybos said that Ahuofe Patri had never taken him seriously and thus had turned him down.
Kalybos, on the other hand, seems to have gotten what she wanted now that Ahuofe Patri has agreed to his proposal.
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