I really hate it when women or people go like “I was there for you when you didn’t have” as they popular saying goes “nobody cares, until you’ve made it”. If Agya Koo didn’t become successful, will she be telling us all this? I guess not. I really hate it when women want to take all the credit for a man’s success just because they stood by you. I’m saying this from experience.
Agya Koo and his wife’s seems to be a never-ending story whilst no one really know the cause and also the cure. As much as Victoria Owusua Adomako (Agya Koo’s wife) decided not to comment, she couldn’t keep her lips sealed, these are the few words that came out of her mouth
If my husband doesn’t love me anymore because he is now rich and famous, the best thing is to divorce me but not to accuse me of theft”,
Just the usual, it’s either money or fame, I bet it would have been the same if the shoe was on her legs. Money and fame really change people, I personally think Agyaa Koo has done well by sticking to her after his success but all this brouhaha is irrelevant. She continued to say,
“Agya Koo himself knows how much I have contributed to his career. At the beginning of our relationship, there were many hard times for us. At one stage, he was not working and I was earning two cedis a day but I shared it with him. Even though it wasn’t enough, we managed. Agya Koo started behaving funny when he began to rise in to fame with movies like Asoreba, Ohia Asoma Wo, Wonyame Som mpo Nie and Otan ne Ahooyaa.
“He would not eat my food and would insult me at the slightest disagreement. Victoria said she left her matrimonial home to avoid the continuous intimidation and humiliation and rented a single room at Kasoa to have her peace of mind.
I might not know the truth behind it all but that is one thing I find wrong about celebs and their relationships, it should be kept between them and these comments are not necessary. Agya Koo on the other hand is also killing his career slowly and gradually. We’ll bring you more. Keep it locked.