Kevin-Prince Boateng first to marry on Metaverse

Kevin-Prince Boateng first to marry on Metaverse
The metaverse is a virtual environment in which friends and family can participate in an online ceremony.

Ghanaian International football legend, Kevin-Prince Boateng is the first human to marry on the metaverse, a virtual environment.

The metaverse is a virtual environment in which friends and family can participate in an online ceremony.

On Saturday, the 35-year-old married his fiancée Valentina Fradegrada in a beautiful ceremony in Siena, Italy.

Boateng has been seeing Valentina after his divorce from Melissa Satta.

Boateng married his lover Valentina Fradegrada on Saturday in Siena, Italy, despite his career being affected by ailments.

Enzo Miccio, a well-known Italian wedding planner, was in charge of the ceremony.

The couple took marriage to a new level by sending out invitations via NFTs, which cost 50 Euros each.

Since they began dating, the Ghanaian international and his girlfriend have experienced romantic moments together, culminating in a beautiful wedding ceremony over the weekend.

Through the metaverse, friends and family were able to participate in the event.

“I wanted to do something unique for Valentina, something that had never been done before.” “Thanks to OVER, we can celebrate our love in a way that no one has ever done before, in space,” said Boateng, who is now a Bundesliga player at Hertha Berlin.

Kevin-Prince Boateng spent last season at his boyhood club Hertha Berlin, where he helped them survive a relegation playoff against Hamburg.

In another report, the Ghanaian Coalition of Muslim Organizations has denied charges that the Ghanaian government wasted public funds on the construction of the National Mosque in Kanda.

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The Coalition, in a statement released on Monday, June 13, unequivocally disputed the charges made by Dr. Paul Opoku-Mensah, Chief Executive Officer of the National Cathedral, during an interview on GTV on Sunday, June 12.

After expressing their displeasure, the Coalition demanded an apology from the CEO of the National Cathedral.

 

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