She, however, failed to disclose the identity of her husband, something she says Ghanaians have to wait a bit longer for.
“When I have a baby, they will definitely know,” she said when she was asked who her husband is.
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According to her, about four people attended the marriage ceremony. “My mum was there, my dad was there…they are the most important people.”
She said a judge and a lawyer were also there.
Wiyaala said the constant criticisms of marriage counsellors on social media is the reason why she didn’t make the marriage public.
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“If I have a baby, then you have these counsellors come and say because they didn’t see me getting married, I have [given birth] out of wedlock…that’s why we don’t make it public anymore…,” she said.
The talented singer has no plans of giving birth anytime soon but she revealed that she has “been around the world chilling…honeymooning…the marriage was funny…it just happened…it just had four people there…”