- Kuami Eugene has employed a new stylist who owns a plush boutique
- Reports have it that the stylist known as Richard Brown is the father of Nana Aba Anamoah’s son
- The new post comes after the singer was criticized on social media over his fashion sense
Multiple award-winning highlife singer, Eugene Marfo, known in the world of showbiz as Kuami Eugene, has employed the services of a new stylist to beef up his fashion options after he was criticized over his appearance at many events.
According to reports, the singer has employed the services of Richard Boamah Brown, known wildly as Osebo, to be his new stylist.
The stylist who is known to own a boutique in North Kaneshie, a suburb of Accra, recently made waves on social media over an issue involving award-winning journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah.
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A few months ago, Mr. Richard Brown took to social media to announce that he was the father of Nana Aba Anamoah’s 16-year-old son.
He granted interviews on the matter and recounted his side of the story to anyone who wa swilling to listen.
Apparently, he wanted to have a say in his son’s life but he alleged that Nana Aba Anamoah would have none of that.
The move by Kuami Eugene to get a stylist follows many calls from his fans and followers who teased over what they called ‘poor judgment’ when it came to fashion.
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During the One Week Observance of late Ebony Reigns, Kuami Eugene was mocked for wearing a faded T-Shirt.
He was also teased at other functions when his photos appeared on social media.
Richard Brown’s appointment would be to change the wardrobe of the singer since he is the noted for his sleek collection in Zara Clothing.
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