Former Fenerbahce and Juventus midfielder Stephen Tornado Appiah did not find himself on the right side of Ghanaians on social media after an old image of the former black stars captain resurfaced on the internet.
Stephen Appiah has been in the good graces of the Ghanaian populace for selfless service and passion for the country through football. However, he wasn't spared at all when an image of himself popped up on social media with a very questionable fashion sense.
He wasn't spared of trolls and mockeries on social media as he dripped in an awkward African-designed costume. Many social media users who chanced on the image were with the view that the former footballer's costume was designed or influenced by Osebo.
Osebo is a great fashionista, a boutique owner, a businessman, a former lover of ace media personality Nana Aba Anamoah and a baby daddy of the media guru's child.
Check out some of the comments captured on social media below;
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