Top Ghanaian celebrities who married from other tribes. They showed that love has no boundaries


They are defiant in the face of adversity!

In the past, it was extremely difficult for a Ghanaian to marry someone from another culture. It is difficult for many people to transcend the myths of "marrying from your tribe," whether they live in Lagos, Kumasi, or Anloga, but some good high-profile marriages of this magnitude are already happening. I have four Ghanaian celebrities who married into another tribe and have made a name for themselves against all odds!



Mrs. Catherine Lucy Aku Ametepe Satekla gave birth to Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known by his stage name Stonebwoy, on March 5, 1988, in Ashaiman, Ghana. Alakple Anloga is his hometown. His father is a mystery, except for the fact that his pictures went viral on social media on his 72nd birthday. Stonebwoy's educational background is shrouded in secrecy to this day, and we have no idea what level of education he has. Attempts to obtain information on the subject have proven futile. We don't mean to imply that he went to school. Afro-pop, dancehall, and reggae artist from Ghana. Burniton Music Group is his business, and he is the CEO. Stonebwoy is married to Dr. Louisa Ansong, an Ashanti lady, and they have two children!



Samuel Adu Frimpong, better known by his stage name Medikal, was born to James Frimpong and Portia Lamptey on April 4, 1993. He is from Sowutuom, a Ghanaian town in the suburbs of Accra. Medikal went to Odorgonno Senior High School for his high school education. He's made a name for himself in the music industry thanks to his hard work and numerous collaborations with famous Nigerian artists such as Davido and Simile. On March 7, 2020, rapper Medikal married his Ewe girlfriend Precious Fella Makafui. Portia Lamptey and James Frimpong. Mrs. Catherine Lucy Aku Ametepe Satekla is a member of the Aku Ametepe Satekla family.

Elikem The Tailor 

Elikem Kumordzie, also known as Elikem The Tailor in the showbiz world. Kay Billie Klaer Academy and Englebert Junior High School were his schools. He received his secondary education at St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High School, then went on to the University of Ghana to earn a B.Sc. in Psychology and Theater Arts. Elikem Kumordzie represented Ghana on the reality TV show Big Brother Africa in 2013. He finished third and became the first Ghanaian to reach the grand finals. Elikem married Pokello Nare, a Zimbabwean, in June 2015 after meeting on the Big Brother Africa (season 8) reality TV show. The couple had a son together.


Rebecca Acheampong was born in the Ghanaian city of Kumasi. Mr. Isaac Acheampong and Julie Yiadom Oti received her on August 15th, 1985. Morning Star and Wesley Girls' High School were also attended by Becca. She worked as a child care and education worker after graduating from Croydon College. She also attended the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration to further her education. She has been nominated for a number of awards, including the Ghana Music Awards UK, the 4Syte TV Music Video Awards, and the Ghana Music Awards. Becca is married to Oluwatobi Sanni Daniel, a Nigerian entrepreneur and artist manager; the couple married on August 18, 2018 in Accra. She is the mother of a baby girl.