It has consistently been excellent when two VIPs become hopelessly enamored, particularly when they are in a similar industry. Some really end up in marriage regardless of being in the public space, others for wrong reasons, and consistent analysis.
In Ghana, we have seen famous superstars getting into a relationship yet couldn’t stand the warmth of the majority or the weight of their positions, acquiring them the VIP name. Here the icons who dated for quite a while yet couldn’t discover the need to settle down.
1. Okyeame Kwame and Nana Ama McBrown.
Named the Rap Doctor of Ghana Music, rapper Okyeame Kwame, and entertainer Nana Ama McBrown were in the greatest VIP relationship during the 90s when the two were exceptionally well known in their particular fields. Today, they are both hitched yet with an alternate spouse and husband, as the relationship couldn’t be continued.
2. Omar Sterling and Sandra Ankobiah.
Paedae, presently Omar Sterling of R2Beed distinction, was vigorously drawn in with the excellent entertainer, media character, and attorney, Sandra Ankobiah, who got famous in the media space. Sadly, the two separated in 2018 when Nana Aba Anamoah affirmed the information on the separation in an Instagram post.
3. Michael Essien and Nadia Buari.
Until now, it sounds unusual to most Ghanaians how footballer Michael Essien and entertainer Nadia Buari didn’t get hitched. From Lyon to Chelsea in 2004, the two had a genuine relationship until 2006, when new information on their division arose.
4. Edem and Confidence.
Rapper Edem and Confidence, who once spoke to their nation on the unscripted TV drama Big Brother Africa, dated 10 years back. The relationship tragically finished after Edem was blamed for taking the woman’s cell phone, which was generally announced in the media.
5. Medikal and Sister Deborah.
The two began very well regardless of their age contrasts, at the time Medikal began playing standard music. Medikal wedded entertainer Fella Makafui prior this year after tragically saying a final farewell to sister Deborah.