Being a musician didn’t make me a womanizer; I liked women before I became a celebrity- Okyeame Kwame

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Okyeame Kwame has stated that his celebrity status never influenced him to become a womanizer while clarifying that he liked women even before he became a star.

The solo artiste who is one half of the group Akyeame made up of himself, Kwame Nsiah Appau, and Daniel Quophi Amoateng known as Okyeame Quophi rose to fame in the 90s.

Meanwhile, the rapper who likes to be called the Rap Doctor in a yet to be released interview with Agyemang Prempeh explained that he liked women before music even became a thing for him.

In response to whether his fame made him a womanizer he said, “No, music did not make me a womanizer. As a youngster, I already liked women. So, music didn’t make me a womaniser. It gave me exposure”.

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Okyeame expressed, “I encountered several women, maybe, if I’m not Okyeame Kwame they wouldn’t have adored me. I also adored them”.

The legendary rapper in a previous interview with Showbiz affirmed that he has never seen any other woman since he got married to his wife Annica.

The versatile rapper and entrepreneur has also stated in the past that among the women he has dated which includes actress, Nana Ama Mcbrown, his wife is the best choice.

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