- Kumawood actress Kyeiwaa is finally off the singles market
- Kyeiwaa got married in a glamourous wedding on Saturday, July 25, 2020
- The veteran actress married her sweetheart Michael Kissi Asare
- Here is the first video of the couple having their first dance at the lovely ceremony
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Kumawood actress, Rose Mensah, popularly known as Kyeiwaa, has finally had her white wedding in America.
The veteran actress and her husband Micheal Kissi Asare, a Ghanaian based in the United States, tied the knot in Worcester, Massachusetts on Saturday, July 25, 2020.
A video has popped up of the couple sharing their first dance at their white wedding.
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In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Kyeiwaa is seen dancing passionately with her husband Micheal Kissi Asare on the dance floor.
As expected, Kyeiwaa and her husband danced to a typical highlife song. But the choice of the song was a very interesting one.
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The couple is seen jamming to veteran highlife singer Nana Acheampong's 'Na Anka Ebeye Den'.
Kyeiwaa is seen beaming with smiles throughout the dance as she ocassionally turns in front of her husband as part of her dancing moves.
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Her husband also took his time to show some classic dance moves.
Several of their family, friends and loved ones were seen standing around them to show their support to the newly weds.
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The white wedding of Kyeiwaa and Kissi Asare followed a colourful traditional wedding the day before.
Watch the video below:
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that another video from the Kyeiwaa's wedding had popped up showing the moment Kyeiwaa said her marital vows.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, a glowing Kyeiwaa could be seen with wide smiles as she was handed a microphone to say her vow.
While the officiating minister started in Twi, Kyeiwaa decided to speak in English rather starting with "My Dear Michael..."
Left with no choice, the minister switched to English and got those present cheering Kyeiwaa as she followed his lead.
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