I won’t marry until I’m paid GHc 150, 000 per show – DKB
Ghanaian Comedian DKB is in the news again for talking about marriage.
DKB, who recently advised that men who don’t have money should not marry, has disclosed that he will marry only when he is paid 150, 000 cedis per show.
He told Nana Adwoa Sarkodie Mensah on Citi TV’s 2020 News that since his seven-year relationship hit the rocks, his attention has drifted from marriage to building his career.
“I was shattered after a 7-year relationship. You know when your money delays in life people take decisions they feel best fits them. I wanna take it slow and help develop comedy much more better. Comedy needs help in Ghana so let’s just sort it out first,” he said.
However, he stated that he would only settle for a wife when he starts receiving GHc 150, 000 as fee for shows.
“I want to get married when I am able to charge 150, 000 cedis per show. You know when your career is successful, you don’t only have girlfriends. Girlfriends also have you,” the comedian added.
DKB not long ago was reported to have said that if a man does not have money, his marriage would collapse.
“Don’t go and stress somebody’s daughter. Do you know that for a lot of the divorces; money contributes like 85 or 90 percentage and petty issues?,” he asked.
“You think the rich men do not cheat and their wives do not know they are cheating? Even when their girlfriends are coming to look for them, their wives tell them because there is money,” DKB added.
DKD, born Derrick Kobina Bonney, is one of the most sought-after Ghanaian comedians at present.
By: Kwame Dadzie/citinewsroom.com/Ghana