- Businessman Osebo a.k.a. Zara Man has named some Ghanaian female celebrities he will never date
- In a video, Osebo named Tracey Boakye, Akuapem Poloo, and Pamela Odame Watara as ladies he cannot date because they are not his taste
- Osebo made the list during an interviewing Angel FM on Thursday, October 15, 2020
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Fashionista and businessman, Richard Brown, popularly known as Osebo or Zara Man, has stirred controversy.
Osebo who is the father of Nana Aba Anamoah's only son, Jyoti Paa Kow Anamoah has listed female celebrities he will never date.
In a new video, Osebo indicated that he will never date Kumawood actress, Tracey Boakye.
Apart from the Kumawood actress, the Zara Man also named actresses and Instagram models Rosemond Brown, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo and Pamela Odame Watara.
Osebo revealed this while speaking in an interview with Okyeame Quophi on Angel Fm on Thursday, October 13, 2020.
The fashionista had been asked to date which of the ladies he would like to go on a date with if he got the chance.
In surprising answer, Osebo indicated that none of three ladies mentioned suited his taste because he would not know what to talk about when he goes on such date.
He added he can only date ladies who are submissive and listen to advise and not those who are stubborn.
Osebo went on to mention the names of Nana Ama McBrown,, Jacki Appiah, Deloris Frimpong Manso a.k.a. Delay, and Martha Ankomah as his preferences.
Knowing very well that his statements were controversial and were going to draw criticisms, Osebo stated that he has spoken his truth and does not care if he gets insulted.
YEN.com.gh recently reported that Osebo had opened up in a new video about his soft spot for actress Jackie Appiah.
In the video, he indicated that he would not waste time at all if Jackie Appiah agrees to marry him.
Osebo touted the actress's beauty, fashion sense, character and decency as her selling points.
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