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I’ll love my wife more if she tells me she cheated on me – Okyeame Kwame



I’ll love my wife more if she tells me she cheated on me - Okyeame Kwame

In a recent interview with media personality Bola Ray on StarrChat, Ghanaian rapper Okyeame Kwame ignited a social media debate by expressing an unconventional perspective on infidelity within marriages. The Small Small crooner made waves by asserting that he would appreciate his wife, Annica Nsiah-Apau, more if she were honest about any extramarital affairs.

Okyeame Kwame emphasized the importance of transparency in marriage, suggesting that open communication about such sensitive matters could strengthen the bond between spouses. He specifically stated that he would prefer his wife to confess to any cheating adventures, highlighting the value he places on honesty.

The environmental activist went on to share his belief that if his wife were to ever betray their marital vows, it would not have a significant emotional impact on him. According to Okyeame Kwame, the consequences of infidelity are borne primarily by the one who committed the act, and he would not let it disrupt his emotional well-being.

He elaborated on his viewpoint, stating that emotional attachment to someone can intensify the impact of their actions on an individual. However, Okyeame Kwame challenged this norm, suggesting that it’s crucial to maintain emotional independence and not let someone else’s actions dictate one’s emotional state.


“If Mrs. Nsiah-Apau decided to cheat on me, she would be the one disgracing herself, and I would not allow that to ruin my day,” Okyeame Kwame asserted.

Once you get too attached to someone, their actions will greatly affect you. When they break your heart, you’ll see yourself crying, refusing to eat, and becoming less productive at work. This is not how it should be,” Okyeame Kwame said.

Predictably, the rapper’s comments sparked a range of reactions on social media, with some expressing skepticism and others sharing their own perspectives:

Reactions from Social Media:

  • thepriscilla_: “Talk is cheap. Just experience it and see.”
  • riyeb_icon_uk_ltd: “Yoo yati wai…when u get small heart break u will talk different. Nana Ama gave u small u enter studio with Lumba…”
  • abah_charms: “Creating problems where there’s none.”
  • nickyadjetey: “You talk too much officer. Cheating is a sign of disrespect.”
  • sally_mawusi: “A honest person will never cheat.”
  • mc_judu: “He’s lying, don’t go and tell any man you cheated he’ll leave you.”
  • manishikashy: “So u think she is honest that was why she cheated? Abeg shif.”
  • sir.forson: “This guy is gradually becoming another nuisance. What is this?”

Okyeame Kwame’s unconventional perspective certainly ignited a robust discussion on the complexities of relationships and infidelity. As the debate continues, it remains clear that opinions on this matter are diverse, reflecting the intricacies of navigating modern relationships.

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