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YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video in which Ghanaian musician, Nana Boroo, has flaunted his collection of wigs.
According to him, he changes his wigs every day in a bid to look good and feel comfortable.
His statement followed doubts raised by the hostess with regard to the quality of his weeks as well as the frequency of usage.
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In the video, she was of the view that she had seen the current wig he is using, an assertion he denied.
A video obtained from celebritiesbuzz.com.gh shows Nana Boroo, also known as Berose 3Sixty, leading her to his car boot from which he pulled out a black polythene bag.
He then opened the bag wide open to show smaller bags each of which had collections of hair packed in groups.
The hostess than attested to the fact that they were truly of good quality and were virgin hair.
Berose 3Sixty argued that most women in Ghana may not be able to afford the kind of wigs he uses
YEN.com.gh has learned that each wig costs an estimated GHc14,000 and he changes them every day.
Some social media users passed comments about his revelations:
@abenatalkactive: Eeeeeeiii ehuuuoooo hmmm
gra_ve12: Sense he no get
@jungleville2: From bleaching to wig. From wig to transgender
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Nana Osei Bonsu, famed as Nana Boroo, has decided to rebrand completely and has altered his stage name and his personal appearance.
The Aha Yede singer after the rebranding would like to be known by the new stage name Berose 3Sixty, dropping the former name Nana Boroo entirely.
As part of efforts to come back strong into the music industry in Ghana, Nana Boroo has also changed his personal looks and it appears he would also change his closet.
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