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Singer Wiyaala has opened up on why Ghanaian men didn’t approach her prior to her tying the knot with her white husband.

The singer, who said only four family members were at her private wedding, confirmed Ghanaian men didn’t show any interest in her unlike men from other countries who were rather dying for her love.

“I think for most Ghanaian boys, I am not their kind of girl or something. I even had guys from other African countries,” she said in an interview on Adom TV.

Husband and manager of musician Wiyaala, John Sherren cruises with her
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Talking about her husband and manager, John Sherren Wiyaala said, “I think I just fell in love”.

She added that some guys are now trying to approach her but she is off the market.

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