- Actor Clemento Suarez has made some funny raps at his traditional wedding
- The wife was thrilled as she danced at his raps
- Fans have praised and congratulated the actor
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Comic actor Clemento Suarez has stunned fans on social media with a powerful rap at his traditional wedding.
He was rapping about their wedding pledging to be with the wife forever. Clemento kept rapping: “I do, I do, I do”, making his guest scream in admiration.
His wife, Sylvia Bioh, was full of admiration for her husband as she danced happily to his rap.
Many people have reacted to the video and they also admire the comic actor for his performance.
Lynder, for instance, wrote that nothing can change Suarez:
lynderosei: “Nothing can change him.”
Hajia wrote that it is a beautiful thing he did:
hajiaalimantusadiya: “Awwww this is beautiful the person shouting thou.”
Leonard could not stop laughing:
Efya, and Choko, also admired his talent:
queen_efya_berry: “Awww talent.”
choko_lateeee_: “This guy is really talented.”
Valdez believes Suarez’s wife is fortunate to have him:
va.ldez79: “His wife is a lucky woman she would laugh and laugh till they age.”
Josephine called Suarez a smart guy:
yeboahjosephosei: “Very smart guy.”
Fresh rates him as a good rapper:
fresh_nisky: “This guy is a good rapper.”
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier published photos from Clemeto Suarez and wife’s traditional wedding.
We also published a beautiful video of the couple dancing with Suarez behaving like a shy man.
The wedding came off on Saturday, October 24, 2020, at Kumasi. This came as a big surprise to the majority of Ghanaians as there was no publicity heralding it.
Though the comic actor had revealed in an earlier publication that he was dating, not much was known about the woman in his life until their traditional wedding photos surfaced on the internet.
Born Clement Ashiteye, Suarez made many revelations about him when he appeared as a guest on Nana Ama McBrown's cooking show, McBrown's Kitchen.
There, he revealed how he was born and bred in Kumasi until he reached secondary school age and relocated to the Greater Accra Region in order to attend Tema Secondary School in Tema.
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