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Ghanaian singer Okailey Verse, popularly known as OV is noted for her masculine style of dressing.
Many have condemned her style, in this regard, while some of them tag her as a lesbi@n.
In February this year, the Burniton Music Group act told Zionfelix on his ‘Uncut’ show that lesbi@ns are chasing her.
However, in a recent interview with Graphic Showbiz, she has stated that people should stop talking about her way of dressing, because that is her personality.
She also revealed that she represents the African culture, hence, there shouldn’t be any call for alarm, in this regard.
“I am an artiste and we are creative people, I think that should be of importance rather than how I appear. The cowries in my hair are not from outside, they belong to us right here so I represent us, our culture and Africa.
“We should be allowed to do what will make us comfortable and when we are, it reflects in our delivery, as in the songs we churn out,” she added.
She is currently promoting her single ‘Zaddy’.
Source: Yaw Sarpong | eFocusLive.com