YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of multiple award-winning dancehall act, Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy and his wife, Dr. Louisa Satekla, displaying their love in a moving car as they conversed.
The video showed the wife of the singer resting her head on her husband’s shoulders and revealed her favorite song to him.
According to Dr. Louisa who works as a dentist at the 37 Military Hospital, her favorite song on Stonebwoy’s ‘Epistles of Mama’ album was ‘Suit and Tie’.
However, she revealed that she was not all about that life since she considered herself a gangster and a hustler.
Her comment came after her husband teased her for being a ‘white collar job' woman as they conversed.
In throwing more light on her song choice, she revealed that ‘Suit and Tie’ was a practical song and had deep-rooted meaning in life.
She refused to accept the fact that she was from a rich home and had a ‘smooth’ life unlike others who grew up on the ‘streets’.
Video Credit: Instagram/Nkonkonsa
Stonebwoy and his wife, Dr. Satekla got married on June 16, 2017 at a private wedding which saw many stars in attendance.
The couple have a daughter together who is named after the late mother of the singer.
Not long after their marriage, the couple were seen in lovely photos together as they took a trip outside the country.
However, there was an unfortunate issue that happened during Stonebwoy’s Ashaiman to the world” concert where some unknown assailants attacked Dr. Louisa.
Reports have it that the atackers who were wielding cutlasses, cut through the the tent in which Dr. Louisa was in and allegedly injured her.
Stonebwoy however mounted the stage and gave off a performance of a lifetime before being whisked off the stage to attend to his wife who had already been rushed to the hospital.
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