In July last year, Ghanaian actor, model and social media influencer, Harold Amenyah had hinted that he was going to settle down soon.
And that soon happened Saturday, April 1, when media personality, Caroline Sampson posted pictures and videos of marriage ceremony on social media.
“Guy no got married,” Caroline wrote alongside a reel of the event.
In a few hours, Harold and wife, Irene Owusu’s marriage started trending on Facebook.
While many netizens congratulated the new couple with others tapping into their union, some “preys”, concentrated on looks in the photos.
There were some derogatory comments about the bride.
The bride’s looks has sparked comments on social media
For such people, Harold was too fine and fresh a man to settle for his wife. Some comments were really in bad taste that others had no choice than to come to the bride’s defense.
Abby Awuni wrote: “99% of the stuuup!d comments are coming from women who are no better than her. The 1% is from the Ghc50 beggar”.
Adwoa Animah had this to say, “So according to some of you, per your beauty standards, this lady isn’t beautiful and beneath the guy? Nah some of you calling you sick will be insulting to real sick people”.
“The most disparaging comments are coming from women. They’ll come after me but I don’t mind. Women are their own enemies. Men never do these things. Almost everything, it’s women doing these things to fellow women,” Eugene Osei Tutu posted.
A graduate of University of Ghana, Harold first came to the limelight with a minor role in a “Sting in A Tale”. He has also featured in “YOLO” (You Only Live Once) in 2012-2014.
He is also known for the popular Tigo “Drop the Yam” advert.