Ghanaian Highlife singer Peter Fameyeh Bozah, popularly known as Fameye said he saw nothing wrong with celebrities wearing both fake and original brands together.
Fameye in an interview with Andy Dosty for Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz said that he likes mixing imitation brands with authentic ones despite the possibility that some people may notice and ask him why.
He claimed that while wearing both fake and authentic outfits in public simply served to demonstrate his ability to tell the difference between the two, he occasionally enjoyed donning fake clothes.
Fameye stated that this isn’t the case because he lacks the financial resources to wear only original brands because he has accomplished so many things that, when he was a nobody, he never thought he could.
The “Praise” hitmaker added that he would always defend himself against any criticism that might be leveled at him due to his sense of fashion, so people should trust his branding because it makes him feel good.
During his interview session with Andy dosty, Fameye also talked about buying a pair of shoes worth 250 Euros and vowed to wear them repeatedly for three month.
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In other news, Sensational artist Nathaniel Owusu, also know s as Lasmid, has apologized to Ghanaians for claiming to be the biggest artist in the country right now.
In an interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM, Lasmid proclaimed that he was the biggest artist in Ghana at the time.
Because his song “Friday Night” is the biggest and most well-known in the country, he claimed to be the biggest musician there is.
Some Ghanaians were offended by his pompous assertions and criticized him for what they saw as a disrespectful act toward his musical predecessors.
In an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on the Delay Show, Lasmid expressed his regret to the Ghanaians who found his statements to be boastful and impolite.
He said that others weren’t genuinely in agreement with him since they didn’t comprehend and didn’t pay attention to what he said, but he only meant to make a serious point to his colleagues and fans.