- A video has emerged of a white lady who was utterly stunned by the display of luxury cars that were used for the wedding of Kennedy Asante Osei and Tracy Osei
- The lady could be heard loudly expressing surprise at the sight of the multimillion-dollar fleet of cars
- The video has gained traction since it popped up online
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Several developments have emerged following the extravagant traditional and white wedding nuptials of Despite’s first son, Kennedy Asante Osei and his wife, Tracy Ameyaw.
One of the many issues has been the narrative that Kennedy’s wife, Tracy Ameyaw, allegedly dumped her boyfriend of five years to marry Despite’s son.
Kennedy Asante Osei also reportedly ditched his fiancée even after visiting her family to perform knocking to inform the lady’s family of his interest to marry their daughter.
Despite the several fallouts following the wedding of Kennedy Asante Osei and Tracy Ameyaw, dominant within conversations is still the lavish and extravagant features of the wedding.
Coupled with the plush wedding ceremony is also the lavish reception which happened at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra, which featured a mechanised wedding cake for the couple.
In a trending video sighted by YEN.com.gh a voice over the visual which appears to be that of a white woman, after she saw the multi-million-dollar fleet of cars of Kwame Osei Despite, reacted in utter surprise.
The unidentified lady, who was stunned could be heard asking to find out what was happening in the country.
Kennedy Osei Asante, son of Dr. Osei Kwame Despite had his lavish wedding which is yet to fade out due to its grand style and display of luxurious cars such as Rolls Royce Phantom, Ferrari, Cryslar and more.
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that for someone who essentially stumbled into acting, Nana Ama Mcbrown has by far become an accomplished Ghanaian actress with a thriving career as a presenter.
Born Felicia Ama Agyemang in Kumasi on August 15, 1973, Mcbrown has blazed trails in the Ghanaian movie industry.
The prominent actress now TV presenter first launched her acting career when she featured in the movie That Day, by chance in 2001.
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