- Popular Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie is undoubtedly one of the country's most prolific musicians
- The ace rapper is however married to a beautiful lady named Tracy and they have a daughter together
- Even though many fans have seen photos of Tracy, they do not know much about her personal life
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Tracy is the wife of award-winning rapper Sarkodie as they dated for a very long time before they got married.
Affectionately called Tracy Sarkcess, the beautiful lady has proven over the years that she is loyal to the rapper.
Even though photos of Sarkodie's wife are popular on social media, not much is known about her personal life.
1. Tracy spent most of her life abroad
Born Tracy Ama, Sarkodie's wife spent most of her life living in Germany as she went to high school there.
She attended the Nelson Mandela International School in Berlin, Germany, even though she used to come back to Ghana on vacations.
2. Tracy went to University in the U.K
After schooling in Germany, Tracy got admission to undergo her university education in the United Kingdom.
Even though she lived partly in Ghana after staying in Germany, Tracy went to Nottingham University in the U.K
3. Tracy owns a company
Unknown to many, Tracy is a business owner who has been running her own company for some time now.
The name of Tracy's company is Pisces Ideas, as she and her team render brilliant services to customers.
4. Tracy has worked with other international brands
Before running her own company and getting married to Sarkodie, Tracy worked with some international brands.
Tracy was a staff at American E-commerce company Wayfair and also worked with Glossybox.
She also worked with ASOS, a British online fashion and cosmetics retailer located in the United Kingdom.
5. Tracy is set to establish a foundation
Tracy has expressed interest in working with the non-governmental sector where she is set to establish her own NGO.
Recently, she announced that she will be establishing a foundation named BRAVE, which will be aimed at empowering young women to venture into their own businesses.
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