- Yaa Jackson has caused a stir on social media with a photo of her boyfriend
- The actress and singer posted a photo of a young man and apologized to him to posting late
- Many people have wondered which man is in Yaa Jackson's life but she has flaunted him on her own
Experienced actress and budding musician, Yaa Jackson, has wowed social media with a photo of the man she says is her boyfriend in a rare 'flaunt your lover occasion' on the internet.
In marking International Boyfriends Day the world over, Yaa Jackson joined the band of courageous females showing off their lovers on social media.
The Tear Rubber singer, therefore, took to Instagram to post a photo of a young man and celebrated him on the occasion.
In the photo, the young man believed to be called Gideon, was seen seated in what looked like a plush apartment.
He had his legs resting on a table as he went through his phone in a rather relaxed mood.
Gideon also had a towel resting on his shoulders and it could be possible that he had just gone for a swim judging by the fact that he was still without his shirt.
After posting the photo, Yaa Jackson captioned it:
"Sorry for the late post my love. happy International boyfriends day"
As the photo was gathering momentum and getting attraction on social media, the actress decided to limit the attention and took down the post.
Further checks made by YEN.com.gh have shown that the photo has been removed and no reason has yet been given by the actress for the move.
In other entertainment news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that award-winning Ghanaian hiplife artiste Emmanuel Kofi Botchwey known in the world of entertainment as Kwaw Kese has spoken about the COVID-19 fee charged at the airport.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram page of Kwaw Kese, the Abodam crooner was bemoaning the exorbitant fee being charged travellers coming by air to Ghana.
According to Kwaw Kese, the $150 being charged by authorities at the Kotoka International Airport for COVID-19 test was too high and tantamount to extortion.
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