- Some gospel musicians who were guests at Joe Mettle's wedding have caused a stir in a video
- These stars were seen showing off their wealth as Joe Mettle and his wife their first dance
- Joe Mettle and Salomey Selassie Dzisa tied the knot in a traditional marriage on August 13
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Videos from the traditional marriage of award-winning gospel singer Joe Mettle and Salomey Dzisa are currently trending on social media in Ghana.
A video sighted by YEN.com.gh which is fast going viral is the couple's first dance that saw the gospel star challenge his wife to a dance battle.
During the battle, however, gospel music celebrity friends including SP Kofi Sarpong and others, splashed the cash on their colleague as he showed off his moves.
Joe Mettle showed his fun sie for the first time on the dancefloor as he exhibited many dance moves from Shaku Shaku to Zanku.
While the Bo No Ni singer gave his wife a run for her money on the dancefloor, he attracted all the cash as he was sprayed with fresh cedi notes for his performance.
Joe Mettle and his wife danced gracefully as the excited crowd cheered them on with the paparazzi also capturing the moment on phones and digital cameras.
The dancefloor area was crowded with many people trying to catch a glimpse of the side of Joe Mettle they had probably never seen being exhibited by the silky-voiced artiste.
Joe Mettle's star-studded wedding saw attendance from industry colleagues including actress Nana Ama McBrown, Majid Michel, Ceccy Twum and Nathaniel Attoh.
Joe Mettle's traditional marriage which came off on August 13, would be followed by a while wedding in Tema on Saturday, August 13, 2020.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Joe Mettle finally opened up about how and where he met his wife, Salomey Selassie Dzisa, now Mrs Mettle.
According to him, they met during an evangelism session and as soon as he set eyes on her he had the feeling that “This is my wife”.
A conversation was initiated by the singer, which developed into a friendship, and later something romantic.
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