Captain of the Ghana Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan, appears happy in a new photo seen by YEN.com.gh.
Apart from his demeanour, the photo also showed that Gyan has put on weight, a common sign interpreted to mean that one is at peace.
Another thing that catches one’s attention in Gyan’s post is his caption.
The famous striker used "winking" and "praying hands" emojies with no words at all in captioning the photo.
Gyan’s post comes on the heels of reports that his wife Gifty Gyan has hinted of forgiving him for all the embarrassment and confusion brought into their marriage which has produced three children.
The photo has triggered massive reactions on Instagram, with some people observing that Gyan has put on weight.
Phenom and Richard, for instance, said Gyan was becoming fat:
wiz_phenom: “Big man.. You're becoming fat.”
richardadu509: “U dey make fat oo bro.”
Young and Abena wrote that Gyan was looking good in the photo:
yungpapi_10: “Yessir looking fly .”
abenashy_lipz: “I luv ur pic,”
Yaw heaped lots of attributes on Asamoah Gyan:
yaw_vinny: “No word to describe this man. Beyond the extraordinary, mentor of mentors, humble etc. Name them. I really love u BJ. Mmmmmwah.”
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported earlier that Asamoah Gyan’s wife, Gifty Gyan, had hinted of forgiving him and perhaps remain in their marriage.
Gyan had brought reproach on his family when he made it public that he wanted DNA tests carried out on all the three children he had with his wife.
He also indicated that he was no longer interested in their marriage and so wanted the court to annul it.
Unfortunately for him, the DNA tests turned out to be positive, in that all the children belonged to him.
YEN.com.gh earlier published how his children reportedly snubbed him.
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