- Zack has recounted how he was denied the chance to marry Bernice Asare due to religion
- The former manager of Kumawood star Lil Win said his Muslim background was the bone of contention
- He indicated that his ex-girlfriend is now dating a movie director
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Ghanaian rapper and actor, Zack, has revealed how he and Kumawood actress, Beatrice Asare, were purchasing items for their marriage but family and religious differences could not let them proceed.
Speaking in an interview with Zionfelix.net that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Zack revealed that he and Beatrice Asare dated for three years but could not tie the knot due to certain issues.
“We started buying things, we wanted to marry, but along the line, I realized she wasn’t mine,” the former manager of Lil Win recounted.
Zack narrated how though their relationship ended on a sour note, he and Beatrice are still friends and occasionally communicate with each other.
Speaking on how the breakup happened, Zack said it was partly based on religious lines.
According to him, the family of Bernice, who are Christians, stated that they could not allow a Muslim to marry their daughter.
Zack added that even though his mother was a Christian and his dad was Muslim, Bernice's family could not see beyond his Islamic background.
The former manager of Lil Win even went on to state that two of his sisters were willing to go out of their way to see the relationship work, but it came to an end.
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Again, Zack narrated how he started hearing rumors about his now ex-girlfriend dating Kumawood movie director, Theophilus Amoabeng, popularly known as Batman, stating that he was the one who introduced the two of them to each other.
“I connected them to work myself, till I started hearing their dating rumors which I never believed,” Zack added.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian songstress, Wendy Shay, has declared her readiness to support any government that will improve the lives of the people and make them happy come December 7.
The Rufftown Records artiste stated she is not a member of the New Patriotic Party, as has been speculated, or any other political party for that matter.
She indicated that she will support any candidate who shows he or she has good policies that they intend to implement when they come into office.
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