Rapper Okyeame Kwame in an interview on Cosmopolitan Mix with Mamavi Owusu Aboagye, Wednesday, disclosed he spent ¢300 on a small ceremony for family and friends.
According to him, he had stayed away from huge ceremonies because his extremely shy wife could not stand the attention.
“Annica is very shy. She would have fainted,” he explained.
The ‘Bra’ hitmaker revealed he went to Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) along with his bride, some family members and friends to sign for the marriage.
Okyeame Kwame explained that half of the ¢300 was used for the marriage registration and he “used the other half to buy fufu to eat with some friends.”
After 10 years of marriage, the rapper is unsure of doing a vow renewal with a crowd around.
However, that would not stop him from making an appearance at the Joy FM Beauty and Bridal Fair this Thursday to cheer on his colleague, Adjetey Anang.
The Anang’s would renew their vows at the 16th edition of the fair in an event expected to attract thousands.
The couple will not only open the Fair with their vow renewal but engage patrons by sharing marital experiences.
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