- Nana Aba Anamoah’s baby daddy, Richard Brown Osebo, has made an appearance on BBC Pidgin
- He was speaking about his fashion choices and why he dresses the way he does
- Osebo is noted for his ‘weird’ and ‘unique’ fashion sense, like sometimes wearing a skirt
- He is so happy to be featured on the world’s news channel
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Richard Osebo Brown, the baby daddy of media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah, has made an appearance on BBC Pidgin and he can’t keep calm.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Osebo’s Instagram, he speaks about his fashion sense and what motivates him to dress the way he does.
Osebo says, to him, fashion is madness and one must dress as such. He added that, that does not mean he is a mad man or whoever chooses to dress that way is mad.
Osebo noted that he prefers to be unique and not dress like everyone else does. He said he has been called all sorts of names, including that he wears maternity dresses following his choice of fashion, however, he is unperturbed.
According to Nana Aba’s baby daddy, the fashion that people are mocking in Ghana is making waves abroad as he has 15 orders to Canada, 18 going to Nigeria, and six clients from Ghana.
“So you see, people always say negative things about my dressing, but they do not know the brain behind it. It is pure business,” Osebo stressed.
He said nothing is going to stop him from what he does, and that he has to achieve his goal.
"The more they talk, the more I bring out different styles," Osebo started firmly.
Meanwhile, Osebo has mostly made the headlines with his choice of attires, especially in the early days of his trade.
Ghanaians often commented: “What is this?”, with some saying he wears female clothes.
Osebo is the father of Nana Aba’s son, Papa Kow, who has become so tall now and school abroad now.
Nana Aba had Papa Kow with Brown while she was still a teenager and had just completed secondary school.
Osebo in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh narrated how he came across Nana Aba and had a relationship with her.
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