Okyeame Kwame and his wife, Annica Nsiah-Apau, who are role models for Medikal and Sister Derby among others have hit a milestone of a year away from a decade of getting married.
The lyricist penned down an open love letter to his wife sharing insights into their union and why he chose this special woman than any other person.
According to Okyeame Kwame, when he asked to marry Annica, he was actually looking for a driver to increase his speed.
In his love piece shared on his Instagram page, the father of two narrated that he actually met the mother of his children fifteen years ago.
The rapper has also begged his soulmate to stay with him for some fifty-one years more.
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Thirteen (13) years ago when I asked if you would marry me, what I actually meant was if you would mummy me, be my friend in times of need, warm my bed and heed to my emotional greed. When I asked you to marry me, I needed a driver to increase my speed, to nurture my seed and multiply my breed. When I said marry me, I just needed someone to shield me from my insecurities, to be blind to my impurities, understand my insanity, and legitimize my humanity. I didn't know that ‘marry me’ meant throwing my freedom to the dogs, and realising that the woman is the boss; accepting that the man is the horse to be ridden and whipped to stay on course. When I asked you to marry me, I didn't know I had to be a daddy to a woman grown already, that I had to be friendly even when I'm angry, be understanding at night when you say No ! Daddy!! When I asked you to marry me, I didn't know that the acceleration of our lives was going to be in my hand, I didn't know that our children will compete with the same rehearsal time with the band. When I said marry me, I didn't know I had to constantly create your security, expect your criticism, compromise my expressionism and legitimize my own reputation through role modelism. When I said marry me, I didn't know I had to earn my freedom back through self-respect, lead the family through a Democratic process, and accept feminine direction with Little opposition. When I asked you to marry me, I didn't expect to find mischief in an Angel. When I said marry me, I expected a Messiah of a woman, not a human woman with flaws, weaknesses, misguided passions, temporary selfishness, an overprotective partner who is fallible just like me. Like I said, all I wanted was to make legal the friend that I had found in you, and no matter how sweet or painful, I love this friendship. T
hank you for marrying my troublesome self for nine years. Today, I ask you to pleassssse marry me for 51 years more. Pleasssse, say yes! Happy Anni-versary!!! #flauntyourlover Small