Falling in love is the most powerful thing and sometimes people are willing to go extra mile for their partner to know that they really love them. A Whitemen has wowed many Ghanaians with the way he sang the Twi lyrics in Kwesi Arthur's song. The title of Kwesi Arthur's song he dedicated to his wife was "Don't Keep Me Waiting".
The Whiteman sang the song as if it was his own song. The passion, zeal, and confidence he used in singing the song thrilled Ghanaians at their traditional wedding. What kills most Ghanaians is how he sings the Twi version "Medi makoma nyina b3ma wo enfa mbo chaskele". Ghanaians at the marriage ceremony were just cheering and clapping for this Whiteman.
Some Ghanaians after coming across this video said that the swag and the moves he added in singing the song show that the Obroni is truly in love with the Ghanaian lady. The black beauty Ghanaian lady was also dancing to the love song by her husband. The smile alone tells you that these guys are in for genuine love.
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