Paeday, Darko Vibes, Killbeatz And Others Storms King Promise’s Manager’s Wedding With Exciting Scenes – Video

Manager of King Promise, who is popularly known as Ohene Farouk had his wedding yesterday at a private location.

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The marriage ceremony came on successfully and beautifully with guests and friends gracing the occasion and making it a memorable one.

His close friends, that is King Promise, Darkovibes, Paeday and the whole of R2bees family were present to show support to their brother.

‘The boys’ stormed the wedding with exciting scenes as they performed and jammed together with newsest wedded couple.

It was such a fun scene which was recorded by King Promise and posted on his Instagram story as he shared these awesome scenes with his fans.

video below;


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Exciting scenes at King Promise’s manager’s wedding

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