- Beast of No Nation star Abraham Attah has been captured wearing earrings on both ears and rasta hair
- Some Ghanaians have commented on the photo with arguments
- While some of have condemned Attah for the earrings, others have supported him
- The movie star was in the news recently for a photo he shared showing his 6-packs
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Ghanaian-American movie star, Abraham Attah, has caused a stir with a photo of him wearing earrings on both ears with rasta hair.
The actor was seen playing with his phone as he relaxed calmly.
The photo has garnered massive reactions on the internet and it appears Ghanaians are totally divided over the actor.
This is because while some have admired the photo, others believe it is not the Ghanaians culture and as such, it was wrong for him to wear the earrings.
Still, others have supported the young actor.
Victor, for instance, says Attah is now showing his real character after becoming rich:
Maame said Attah is looking good with the earrings:
Yoo also observed that Attah’s level has changed:
Joyce argued that Attah should be left alone since he is using his own ears:
Yaw also said the boy should be left his live his life:
Michael wrote that Attah is in the States and his behaviour is allowed there:
Vitamine also said Attah should be given a break:
George also made his own argument:
There are more comments showing how Ghanaians feel about Attah’s earrings and rasta hair.
Attah was in the news recently when he wowed internet users with a photo showing his cute 6-packs.
That photo led to him being compared with his co-actor Strika.
Some people blamed how Strika looked in the photo, and accused him of causing his own failure.
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