- Joe Mettle’s wife, Salomey Selassie Dzisa, has danced beautifully at their traditional wedding
- She is heard singing one of her husband’s songs as she dances
- Some fans have wondered about the kind of songs played at the event
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The newest wife in town, Mrs Salomey Selassie Mettle, the wife of gospel singer, Joe Mettle, has given off some beautiful dance moves at their traditional wedding.
She is captured all smiling and super excited as she moves her body up and down in the video sighted by YEN.com.gh.
Selassie Dzisa is singing one of her husband’s songs while she dances as some people cheer her on in the background.
The video has garnered massive reactions from fans, with some wondering if only gospel songs would be played at the event.
A social media user with the name, Gyeene, for instance, wondered if songs by Kuami Eugene, King Promise, or even Sarkodie has been banned from the event:
agye_mu_gyeene_: “So they won’t play Kwame Eugene or King Promise or Sarkodie song there anaaa.”
Others merely praised the new wife.
Akosua remarked that she is so beautiful:
akosua_unyl: “She’s beautiful.”
Janice was full of admiration for the new wife:
janice.macadra: “Wow just wow.”
Yve and Emefa congratulated Mrs Mettle:
yve0707: “Congrats lil sis.”
Priscilla also admired Mrs Mettle:
Meanwhile, the traditional wedding is ongoing in Tema, where the bride’s family lives. YEN.com.gh earlier published two beautiful videos from the bridal shower held for the singer’s wife a few hours before the traditional wedding.
We also published pre-wedding photos of the couple showing how good they look together, making them perfect for each other.
YEN.com.gh is keenly following up on this development and will bring our cherished readers exclusive photos, videos, and all the juice from the white wedding slated for August 15, 2020.
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