From Kwabena Kwabena to Abena Abena; highlife musician adds feminine touch
The name “Kwabena Kwabena” sounded strange on the day he adopted the showbiz name because people are not usually used to using the choir’s birthday, but his latest photo seems strange because it evoked people’s response. Coming from a part of the public, they are curious about the decision that triggered the musician’s decision to apply toenails.
A visibly elated Kwabena Kwabena wears a red T-shirt and shorts, shorts and crosses his feet. His beard is half gray and well trimmed. Sunglasses of the same color as his earrings look to complement his appearance. A light blue white necklace hung around his neck, and his left hand grabbed a wine glass full of unknown substances.
A follower asked: “Does he want to nail nails now?” The follower asked, “What do nails mean? I’m not sure.”
Although fashion is evolving, some people cannot understand why men accept behaviors related to women, especially in Ghana. Exaggerated performances in this sense have led some to call popular musicians Kwabena sisters Kwabena, while others call him “Abena”-the female version of Kwabena.
In the West, it is not a strange phenomenon for men to paint their nails. In fact, some high-profile male celebrities have been seen, including nails of ASAP Ferg, Harry Styles, Asap Rocky and Pete Davidson.
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