Gospel musician Gifty Osei says she has missed her husband, and fans have reacted to the post.
Popular gospel musician Gifty Osei has shared a romantic photo hinting at missing her husband.
The singer who wore a beautiful make-up displayed her romantic side with her pose in the photo looking like that is commonly called “slay queen.”
She posed with her tongue stuck out as charactirised by those slay queens.
Gifty Osei, now called Empress Gifty, captioned the photo saying that love is sweet and that she missed her husband.
She wrote: “I miss my husband luv sweet .”
Her post has attracted massive comments from fans who have talked about her posture and make-up.
Ajowa, for instance consoled Gifty that her husband would soon come:
ajowaehis: “Mummy daddy will soon come ok.”
Perpetual also assured Gifty that her husband Hopeson Adorye would be with her soon:
official_owusu_perpetual: “❤️ Don't worry mummy daddy is gonna come okay.”
Abena prayed for God’s continuous blessing upon Gifty’s marriage:
abenadangote: “God continue to shower His blessings on your marriage @empress_gifty.”
Papa and Celeb had issues with Gifty’s make-up and looks:
papabdaves: “You look worldly even though you don't sing secular music.”
iam_incoming_celeb: “Act like a gospel musician la.”
Gifty got married to her new husband, NPP's Hopeson Adorye, in December last year.
From her social media activities, all is going well with the marriage.
Adorye had revealed in an earlier report that prior to their marriage, he loved Gifty so much that he dated her for only three months and decided to marry her.
It is clear that the show of love from her husband is what is making Gifty miss him so much to the extent of disclosing that on social media.Meanwhile, Gifty was in the news recently rapping Kofi Kinaata’s Single and Free, together with Nana Ama McBrown.
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