Celebrities in Ghana are given some level of respect in this country, Ghana. Due to their popularity and fame, people get interested in their private lives. Whiles others have no problem publicizing their private life on social media, minority of these celebrities wish to keep everything related to their private life, private. The worst victims of these are celebrities who make the general public believe that they have no relationship, as in girlfriend and boyfriend. "Single" celebrities indirectly create an impression to their fans whenever they are seen having a little intimacy. These impressions are long lasting ones.
Gary Al-Smith is a sports Journalist. He shared a picture of Kwame standing right in front of a pink luxurious car. The picture was captioned "Nice Leather Seat, Kwame Eugene". The intention behind this a caption is not clear. However, one thing is very certain. Gary Al-Smith was not interested in the seat; he was trying to draw the attention of Ghanaians to the occupant of the seat. The woman's face is concealed but some part of her lower body was shown.
After this post was made, Ghanaians reacted massively. They were very shocked at why women like seating at the front seat. See the Reaction of Ghanaians.
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