Obaapa Christy trolls critics of her new marriage with powerful dance moves (video)

Obaapa Christy trolls critics of her new marriage with powerful dance moves (video)

In less than a month after tying the knot with her new handsome hubby, Obaapa Christy’s marriage has been fraught with several controversies.

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The latest of these controversies is a report that her current husband, Nana Yaw Franke is already a happily married man with a wife in Hamburg, Germany.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kate, a woman claiming to be the former wife of Obaapa Christie’s new husband, has pronounced curses on her in an audio in which Kate could be heard crying while noting how Christie’s action has affected her.

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Despite these ranging controversies, Obaapa Christy seems unperturbed.

In a recent video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Obaapa insinuates via her dance moves to her critics that while they are busily talking about her, God is showering her with countless blessings.

''HAPPINESS IS FREE!!!!! Still W’agye Me/ W’aSue Me. Ach soooooo,'' Christy captioned the video.

The gospel musician appears to be the happiest woman on earth right now.

Meanwhile, the CEO of the Bhim Nation, Stonebwoy, stirred emotions after remembering his late mother while performing on stage at his annual end of year event, The Bhim Concert.

A flashback of his mother’s memories had Stonebwoy in heavy tears while performing at Tamale Sports Stadium last night, Saturday, December 21, 2019. Stonebwoy’s mom, Catherine Satekla, passed away at the 37 Military Hospital in Accra on Wednesday, July 29, 2015, after she collapsed and was rushed to the hospital.

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