- Kisa Gbekle has indicated she is not bothered with having a baby out of wedlock
- While having a conversation with friends, she said she did not mind getting pregnant now
- Kisa is a popular actress noted for her talent and her exceptional beauty
Burgeoning actress Kisa Gbekle, has made a rather bold statement about having children of her own out of wedlock in a new video making rounds on social media.
The actress appeared to be having a conversation with some friends about relationships, life, childbirth and marriage in a new video.
While responding to a question about childbirth, Kisa indicated that she was not bothered or did not see anything wrong with her having a baby before getting married.
According to her, she would not pass off the opportunity to have a child out of wedlock if she happens to take seed now.
She added that should there be a chance for her to get pregnant now, she would jump at such a blessing.
However, Kisa Gbekle quickly added that she would also be cool to walk down the aisle with the man of her dreams before they start making babies.
The actress was beaming with smiles in the video but it appeared she meant every word she was saying.
In Africa and especially in Ghana, many people frown upon a lady getting pregnant out of wedlock.
Should a woman get pregnant while unmarried, the man who put her in the family way s made to pay some cash to compensate the family in the event that they get married.
Meanwhile, a married woman who mentioned her name only as Grace, has been spotted in a video crying uncontrollably for losing her sugar boy, one Nicholas, to another woman, Ophelia.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Grace is seen saying that she loves Nicholas so much and would not understand why he would like to end their relationship.
The woman indicated in the self-recorded video that she had not had any sleep and had been crying the whole night ever since Nicholas informed her of a breakup.
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