Someone has to help you get to your destiny in life, and for Yaw Dabo, it was Kwaku Manu. It happened when he couldn't get any slots in the Kumawood fame, and Kwaku Manu had to help him out. Kwaku Manu has been extremely helpful to Yaw Dabo, providing him with encouragement, mentoring, and counsel.
1. His unsurpassable humility
He did not have an easy time breaking into the spotlight, and he, like many others, faced rejection. However, he was rejected because of his stature, despite the fact that he was humble and willing to play any role. Kwaku Manu, a well known actor in Kumawood, later introduced him to the industry, and he has since appeared in over 60 films.
2. His love life
He is attempting to locate a life partner despite the fact that many people reject him because of his status. Vivian Okyere, a coworker in the Kumawood sector, was undoubtedly the center of attention until early this year when a photo of him and a half caste baby was circulating online.
Although it is yet to be confirmed, many believe that the actor is married to a white woman. It was confirmed in a video she shared of the two of them to inform the public.
3. His businesses
He owns a lot of cars and has helped a lot of businesses. His true interest is football, for which he owns three local football clubs in addition to acting in movies.
4. Handling the fame.
Yaw Dabo is one of the most popular Ghanaian actors on social media. Anything he does at this point flies all over the media, from Facebook to WhatsApp, and people can't stop talking about him and making fun of his comedic videos and speeches. He's been on the rise for a time now.
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