- Nigerian actor Jim Iyke, in a video, paid a visit to the shop of popular Ghanaian fashion personality, Osebo The Zaraman
- The popular actor and Osebo chitchatted as the fashionista suggested some designer shoes, such as Ferragamo and other luxury brands, to him
- Jim Iyke told Osebo that he wears size 45 with a worried look on his face, but the fashion icon told him not to worry
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Popular Nigerian actor Jim Iyke recently paid a visit to the shop of Ghanaian fashion personality Osebo The Zaraman, and the encounter was caught on video. The two celebrities engaged in a friendly chat while Osebo suggested some designer shoes to Jim Iyke.
During their conversation, Jim Iyke expressed his worry about finding shoes in his size, as he wears a size 45. However, Osebo quickly reassured him, telling him not to be concerned.
Osebo, who is known for his fashion expertise, took the opportunity to showcase various luxury shoe brands he sells, including Ferragamo, that he believed would suit Jim Iyke's style. Each recommendation seemed carefully chosen to match the actor's impeccable fashion sense and charm.
The video showed a sense of friendship between the two fashion-forward individuals. Fans of Osebo were happy when he shared the video on his TikTok page. They took to the comment section to express their excitement about the linkup. Some marvelled at Jim Iyke's shoe size. Osebo has built a successful fashion business over the years.
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Osebo and Jim Iyke's encounter sparks reactions
SEZY THE BODY said:
these are MEN shoes (men who have Made it in Life)
Size 45 paaa? Akoa kote b3 so papa
na igboman be that, see as em dey set jim iyke up so he can buy more.
Legends, purely brotherhood❤️Africa can be free from jealousy
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In another story, Ghanaian fashion icon Richard Brown, popularly known as Osebo The Zaraman, recently reflected on his past as a luxury car collector.
According to Osebo, his turning point came when he realised that cars were not sustainable investments.
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