YEN.com.gh has gathered beautiful family photos of Osebo and his children after hi ex-wife, Ohemaa, threatened to cut ties because of his skirt fashion.
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Ghanaian fashionista and businessman Osebo, known in private life as Richard Brown, is trending on social media.
This follows a new controversy surrounding him and his ex-wife, Ohemaa.
Ohemaa who has two children with Osebo, a 10-year-old girl and a nine-year-old boy, recently revealed her intentions to cut ties between the children and their father.
In a video, Ohemaa disclosed that Osebo's sense of fashion has been bringing shame upon their children and she will not sit down for it continue.
For those who may be wondering, Osebo who is also known as the Zara Man is often seen in public wearing kilts and long skirts as a form of fashion.
Osebo snubs ex-wife after she warned to take away their kids because of his fashion; wears skirt again (video)
But according to Ohemaa, mates of their children have been ridiculing them in school because of their father's skirt-wearing fashion.
This has led to the children often breaking down in tears and even when they told their father about it and he promised to stop, he still went back to it.
For the happiness of her kids, Ohemaa has decided to stop Osebo from making any contact with them. She even dared him to go to court if he did not understand.
Since the video of Ohemaa came up, Osebo has not spoken except to share some photos of his children and express his love for them.
YEN.com.gh has gathered some photos of the lovely children who have become the centre of the rift between Ohemaa and Osebo.
1. Osebo's son celebrated his birthday in October:
2. Osebo's daughter celebrated her birthday in June with a stunning photo:
3. Osebo's daughter and on inside their father's boutique:
4. Osebo and his children in his house:
5. Osebo poses with his children in the boutique:
Meanwhile, Osebo earlier told the BBC in an interview published by YEN.com.gh that “fashion is madness”.
He said though many people have issues with his fashion choice, he is not willing to please anyone by stopping.
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