- Sarkodie and his father were spotted in a photo having some discussions on his wedding day
- Photos and videos from the private marriage between Sarkodie and Tracy have gone viral since the ceremony
- Many celebs stormed the venue to show support to the BET Award winner on his big day
Multiple award-winning rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, warmed many hearts on social media on the occasion of his wedding when cameras spotted him having a word with his father, Mr. Owusu Addo.
The photo which was sighted by YEN.com.gh saw the musician paying rapt attention to the priceless words of his father.
Both father and son were seen dressed in beautiful Kente Cloths as they were captured unaware by the cameraman.
Sarkodie and Tracy have already started sharing pictures from their special day on social media and they have garnered thousands of positive reactions.
However, a fan of the singer was pained that the wedding was done privately and did not mince words expressing his disappointment.
The wedding which was touted as the much-anticipated celebrity wedding of the century, took place at a private location with many celebrities in attendance.
The photos which have started going vital on social media pictured stars including Joselyn Dumas, KOD, Nana Boroo and DJ Mensah, Peter of P-Square, Reggie Rockstone, Nana Appiah Mensah and Nana Aba Anamoah.
Business mogul, Prince Amoabeng was also at the ceremony to support Sarkodie.
The ‘Push’ singer and Tracy had their traditional marriage ceremony on Thursday, July 19 at Tracy’s family house in Tema.
It was reported some weeks ago that Sarkodie had gone to see the family members of Tracy to officially ask for her hand in marriage.
The news was followed up with the recent marriage invitation which hit social media and buttressed the point of the marriage between the BET award winner and his girlfriend.
Judging by the Sarkordie’s prominence in Ghana and beyond, it was little wonder to see star-studded event with many movers and shakers in Ghana and other countries gracing the occasion.
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