Keche Andrew Admits That He Is An Opportunist And Married A Sugar Mummy Because He Did Not Want To Die Of Starvation


Andrew Cudjoe known popularly as Keche Andrew has not a moment of peace from social media folks ever since he married his record label owner, Joan Gyan.

He is supposed to be enjoying his marriage yet every once in a while, someone drags his name in the mud, slams him for being an opportunist who married Joan for his own self interest.

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From what he is saying from his latest interview, he seems to have accepted whatever people brand him.

He says he did not marry to promote his very own selfish agenda but simply out of love. Keche discloses that he and Joan dated behind the scenes for a pretty long time before people got to even know, adding that they struggled together.

“I’m not disturbed by those who say that I’m an opportunist for marrying the CEO of the record label that signed us. Everyone has different ways in which they came into this earth. In fact, whatever people say outside does not hit me why? In their homes, they have their own problems and I am living my life for my own self. And then when I started with my wife, nobody was aware.”

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He says those who take time talk about him are probably do not have money and can hardly afford three squared meals so he could not be bothered.

Maybe such people are even broke and after making such statements they would be going to look for money to go buy some gari to eat. Maybe that person is now looking for money to go buy food but I might have eaten some good food and relaxing safely in my apartment. I’m living my life so, in fact, it doesn’t even hit me at all.”

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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