Hammer Shares Insights into why his Initial Marriage Ended in Less than Five Months

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Hammer Shares Insights into why his Initial Marriage Ended in Less than Five Months

Renowned Ghanaian music producer, Hammer of the Last Two, has revealed the circumstances leading to his divorce in 2004.

During a candid conversation on D-Black’s ‘Uncut’ show, Edward Nana Poku Osei, popularly known as Hammer, opened up about his brief marriage, citing a lack of genuine love as the primary reason for its dissolution.

He explained that their decision to marry stemmed from the fact that they shared a child together, and he didn’t want her to be labeled as a ‘born one.’ However, after less than five months, they mutually agreed to separate as they realized they were not compatible.

“It wasn’t about the industry. I feel like marriage is divine and I was one of the unlucky ones. A match wasn’t made in Heaven and we are great friends because we raised the kids together. It lasted less than five months. After the ceremony we had a mutual [understanding to go separate ways]. This is 2004.

“With my marriage, I think it was a typical issue that a lot of people go through. We had a kid and I thought it wise to not let her go home as a ‘born one’.

Hammer emphasized that despite their differences, they remained amicable and focused on co-parenting their children. He acknowledged that while the marriage wasn’t built on deep romantic love, they maintained a respectful friendship.

Since the divorce, Hammer has chosen not to remarry, prioritizing his children’s well-being. However, he expressed openness to the idea of marrying again in the future, particularly when his children have completed their education.

“I haven’t remarried. I’m married to my children. They are beautiful and my best friends. I will marry again. I have seen a couple of great women and currently with a very great woman because I do not want to make her a mother before she becomes a mother, my kids are in the university now so until they finish,” he added.

Hammer’s marriage to Lydia Konadu Boateng in 2004 ended in divorce within a short period of less than five months after the ceremony.

 

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