Ghana Music.com is reporting that there have been rumours of Nana King and Nana Queen separating after almost 15 years of marriage (the month of May marks their 13th wedding anniversary) because they are "polar opposites [who] were never too compatible."
Rumors that Nana King and Nana Queen have been on the rocks are appearing to be true. A source close to Ghana Music.com from California reports that the music duo is officially calling it off after a fifteen year public relationship.
"Her friends are telling people it's over," says a source. "They have been moving in different directions for a while.
For now Nana Queen has a restraining order against Nana King and temporary custody of their three beautiful daughters and has moved out of their home since Valentine Day this year with their kids to an unknown location with the support of her family due.
Sources claiming to be close to the couple tell Ghana Music.com they never should have been together in the first place but Nana Queen has tried to make it work for the past 15 years even though her husband has been very manipulative and controlling, not wanting her to work or go back to school since she has been in the USA despite the fact that she has her green card.
Nana King, the former Hip hop/Hiplife musician is now a born again gospel musician with his wife are domiciled in USA.
Nana Queen is also the elder sister of hip-hop artist "Scientific". Nana King and his Ashanti International studio played a major role in the music careers of hiplife artistes such as Samini, Tic Tac, Ex-Doe, Akyeame, Ogabie, TTL, VIP, Kokovelli and more.
The couple will be back in court at the end of this month. We are trying to get both parties to confirm or deny these allegations, but to no avail yet.
Source: Nii Atakora Mensah/Ghana Music.com
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