In the ghanaian culture, during Marriage, the man is expected to pay the bride price and take care of everything concerning the marriage but there are some popular Ghanaian celebrities who did vice versa. They rather went the India way where the woman rather marry the man.
Below shows some popular Ghanaian celebrities who got married the India way;
Popular Ghanaian actress and media personality Afia Schwarzenegger is one of the Celebrities who rather married her husband instead of the husband marrying her. Afia Schwarzenegger revealed she borrowed money to wed her divorced husband.
How she made this Revelation
About a year ago, video circulated online where Afia Schwarzenegger' s ex- husband threatened to pour acid on her after he caught her in the act cheated on him. In the video, Afia Schwarzenegger was Spotted begging for forgiveness from her ex- husband. in the process as she begs, she revealed that she had borrowed money for their wedding.
Why would she borrow money to marry a man
it was alleged by the formal best friend of the actress Mzbel that Afia Schwarzenegger knew that no man would ever show her love or care for her so she decided to go for loan from the bank to marry her ex- husband Abrokwa.
2. Xandy Kamel
The popular Ghanaian actress Xandy Kamel was also alleged of borrowing money to marry her husband. Not long ago, Xandy Kamel tied the knot with one TV sports journalist King Kaninja in a beautiful wedding but it has been alleged that the actress had borrow money to wed her husband and she also takes care of all finances at home.
This allegation circulated on social media after Xandy Kamel was sued one million Ghana cedis by Salma Mumin for defamation.
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