Osebo: Nana Aba's baby daddy wears kente and sneakers to Ghana Movie Awards 2019

Osebo: Nana Aba's baby daddy wears kente and sneakers to Ghana Movie Awards 2019

The 2019 Ghana Movie Awards came off at the National Theater on Friday, December 20, 2019.

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, there were lots of fashion on display with the likes of Nana Ama McBrown, Afia Schwar, Akuapem Poloo, Salma Mumin, among others dazzling on the red carpet.

But it was not only the females who turned up the style at the awards show as many male celebrities also looked dazzling.

One of the most iconic male styles on the night came from celebrity stylist and owner of the Zara boutique, Richard Brown aka Osebo, who is also n=known to be the father of Nana Aba Anamoah's only son.

Appearing on the red carpet, Osebo was spotted wearing a colourful kente cloth made to like a sleeveless.

While one would have thought that an outfit like kente will be matched with the locally made slippers, Osebo decided to go for a pair of blue sneakers, Balenciaga long boot type.

Osebo who posed with actor Prince David Osei shared the photo on social media with the caption: "Fashion is madness."

Osebo was also seen in a video from the event.

Following the popping up of the photo and video, some social media users have reacted to Osebo's fashion style/

@kwabenagyenyame was inspired by Osebo's style: "Just love the way you changing trends in GH fashion. Making some of us feel like ...we can finally bring out what's within."

@antwi1426 hailed Osebo: "Eiii today be different flavour koraa......undisputed Osebo."

@uniquepiecesbyng liked the style: "Yessss, yessss yesssss. All kinds of fashion. Me like. You both are killing it ❤️❤️"

But @suzzy.2230 was wondering what Osebo was wearing: "Eiiiii na ɛnɛ deɛ Nana abɔ kɔla? ."

Have national and human interest issues to discuss? Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?

Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page

Source: Yen Newspaper

Hot:
Mailfire view pixel