Bosom P-Yung also known as Prince Ofori was born and raised in Berekum and the youngest child of his parents. The Ghanaian hip-hop sensation, is back in the headlines, this time for his new hairstyle rather than his heavily fused trap songs.
He was spotted in the limelight when he released his hit single "Ataa Adwoa" earlier in 2020 and has since then been a household name
The ‘Ataa Adwoa' singer is back on the news for a new hairstyle he wore while grocery shopping.
He has been missing in action for quite sometime now with his signature pink-dyed low cut hairstyle and baggy jeans which he has ditched for a new look.
On his official Twitter page, Bosom posted some photos of himself, this time with more multi-colored hair than most of his fans and Ghanaians are used to seeing him with. Some followers were not pleased with the makeover whiles some just made fun of it as they know that it's his nature to do things out of the ordinary.
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