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Sarkodie Would Marry Tracy But… – Rapper's Mum On Son’s Potential Wedding

A mother knows best for her son, like they say, and in Africa, the mother has a strong say in who her son settles for as a wife – and it seems the mother of venerated rapper, Sarkodie, knows what is best for her son.

Madam Ewurama Aggrey, mother of multiple award-winning rapper, Sarkodie, has dispelled rumours that her son will be walking down the aisle soon – reports.

The rapper’s mother noted that while Sarkodie will definitely marry, he has not communicated any such intentions to her yet.

It was reported recently that Sarkodie, after dating his girlfriend, Tracy, for over 10 years and having a daughter (Titi) with her, has finally set a date for the wedding.

Sarkodie and his girlfriend welcomed Adalyn Owusu Addo fondly called Titi on March 28, 2016.
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According to the reports, the rapper and Tracy would be walking down the aisle on June 17.

Reacting to the reports in an exclusive interview with Ibrahim Ben-Bako of Joy Prime, Madam Aggrey refuted the date being peddled around and noted that all the rumours about her son getting married are false.

According to her, Sarkodie tells her everything first and as far as she can remember, he has not said anything about getting married in June.

She noted that, the rapper will definitely marry but he has to prepare and she will not allow him to date someone’s daughter and not marry her.

When Mike (as she calls him) is ready, she will be the first to know, the ‘RNS’ rapper’s mother stressed.

At the “appropriate time” he will marry, Madam Ewurama Aggrey, who turned 60 over the weekend, concluded.


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Sarkodie Would Marry Tracy But… – Rapper's Mum On Son’s Potential Wedding


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