Ya br3! We don't want hankies, cufflinks, shirts on father's day - Van Vicker suggests gift ideas

Ya br3! We don't want hankies, cufflinks, shirts on father's day - Van Vicker suggests gift ideas

  • Actor Van Vicker is tired of fathers receiving the same set of gifts on their special day
  • Ahead of this year's father's day, he has shared some gift ideas for children and mothers
  • No more handkerchiefs, shirts, or cufflinks, he says

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Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker has shared thoughts on the kind of gifts he expects ahead of the upcoming Father's Day on Sunday, June 20, 2021.

In a post on Instagram, he listed items he does not want at any cost on the day set aside every year to celebrate fathers.

Ya br3! We don't want hankies, cufflinks, shirts on father's day - Van Vicker shares gift ideas
Ya br3! We don't want hankies, cufflinks, shirts on father's day - Van Vicker shares gift ideas. Photo source: Instagram (@iam_vanvicker)
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Vicker mentioned gifts that are supposedly seen as go-to options, and in all caps, perhaps for the sake of emphasis.

"WE DO NOT WANT MUGS, HANKIES, CUFFLINKS, SHIRTS, TIES, ETC FOR FATHER'S DAY. WE ARE TIRED OOO," reads part of the post by the actor.

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"Please change the narrative this year. Study daddy(father) and you will decipher what he TRULY NEEDS. Let me give you some insights: *Watches *Shoes *Customized Grooming sets *Masculine travel bags * Exquisite pens * New glasses frames * Sunglasses."

He also stated that the list is not "exhaustive," adding "Ya br3."

"We buy what we can afford, so it’s gonna be a mug this year," commented Lady Claud.
Wallangnwaha also added: "thanks for letting someone know what you need. Very thoughtful of you"
"we will reward you according to your works, if na table spoon you deserve na table spoon you go get," shared Chive Ifeoluwa.

In other news, Stonebwoy has shared a revealing insight into his days as a Tema Methodist Day Senior High student.

Speaking in an interview with Rev. Erskine on Y 107.9 FM's Leaderboard series, he disclosed that people in the community he grew up in thought he was learning to be a mechanic.

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Stonebwoy has previously spoken about how he was crippled in the leg after he was involved in an accident at age 13.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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