During the 2019 African Cup of Nations edition, several critics have criticized Senegalese footballer Krepin Diatta, labeling him ugly. Ivorian musician Serge Beynaud, a Senegalese footballer attributed on his Instagram page to DJ Arafat's ex dancer "La Beaute."
A declaration that angered his admirers, especially those in Senegal. The latter did not hesitate to tell him, generally in a destructive way, what he needed to know.
Although Krepin Diatta didn't take these taunts into consideration, no one could expect he would find love so quickly. According to a Senegalese news source, Krepin Diatta married his boyfriend at a lovely marriage ceremony on a website known as wiw sport.
However, he had many people's backing. We can cite late DJ Arafat who decided to reject the trend by conveying a message of solidarity to the international Senegalese.
Krepin Diatta married Aissata Mairame Aw on Saturday, 13 March 2021, in Mbour, Senegal, a ceremony held at utmost discretion.
Diatta is currently playing in Ligue 1 for AS Monaco. Many people wonder whether Diatta married this young woman for the love she has for him or whether she has other motives.
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