- Asamoah Gyan has taken social media users by surprise
- He has released a photo flaunting his riches
- In the photo, Gyan is captured showing off his exotic cars
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Former Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, has flaunted his riches on social media.
The former Sunderland goal poacher has proven that he is one of the richest football stars in Africa.
The Legon Cities striker has justified that by releasing a fresh photo from his Weija mansion.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Gyan is captured looking dapper as he posed like a model.
Gyan wore an African outfit complementing his looks with sunglasses.
From the photo, one can clearly see the expensive cars of the football star lined up behind him.
Gyan's photo has caught the attention of his followers on Instagram.
@blacck_city_vybes: "Boss dash me the 2012 car na ma fa fam abr3."
@maninblue2829: "Bra... please is there any cleaning vacancy anywhere that I can do? I need work so bad."
@kwame_pogba: "Love you."
@kwamina_tandoh: "Baby jet."
@eddiesgodfavoriteson: "Nice One boss."
Meanwhile, Black Stars goalkeeper, Fatawu Dauda, has married his long-time girlfriend, Faliatu Alhassan, in a beautiful wedding ceremony.
Little is known about Faliatu as of now, however, YEN.com.gh gathered that the two have been seeing each other for quite a good time now.
From the photos seen, the two look just gorgeous together, and Fatawu is sure to be a man with good taste as his wife's beauty is one to make heads turn.
In other news, Mary Owusuwaa Fatima, one of the ladies in the ongoing dating reality show on TV3, Date Rush, has shared the story of her life and why she lived in an orphanage for 19 years.
While speaking in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, Fatima revealed that growing up, her dad neglected them and it made life quite difficult.
In recounting the difficulties she had to go through, Fatima revealed that financial constraints pushed someone to send her to an orphanage for her to be able to survive.
Fatima said she was taken to the orphanage, she was only five years old at the time and she had to spend the next 19 years there.
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