While the newly wedded star couple of the moment, Sarkodie and Tracy, are still enjoying and reminiscing on their just ended star-studded wedding, some fans of the musician are not happy.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Facebook, a fan with the name Ofori-Krah Arabio, has issued a warning to the rapper over his wedding.
Arabio seems to be an ardent fan of Sarkodie, and was perhaps expecting an invitation to his wedding.
It could also be that he was expecting Sarkodie to at least inform his fans and followers about the wedding but that was not so.
Arabio has asked Sarkodie to only invite those who attended his wedding whenever he wants to launch an album the next time.
He was responding to the rapper when he finally posted some photos from his wedding describing them as the “priceless moments in his life.”
Arabio wrote: “Next time when you are set to release an album, make sure you invite all those who attended the wedding and launch it to them privately like the wedding. Let Strongman be the MC. You can’t take we ur fans for granted.”
Arabio's mention of "we your fans" means he is actually speaking on behalf of many of Sarkodie's fans who may have been disappointed in him for similar or same reason.
Though it was been a beautiful wedding, there are also some concerns raised about Sarkodie’s wedding.
This has got to do with how he made the event a strictly private one, and even failing to share photos of their customary wedding which reportedly took place on July 17, 2018.
His action even led to many people concluding that Sarkodie was hiding something about his wedding to Ghanaians.
Meanwhile, Tracy has said glory and divine favour made their marriage possible.
The two had been dating for well over ten years and have a daughter, Adalyn Owusu Addo, affectionately called TIti.
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