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John Dumelo Actor reveals why his hair attracts several ladies

Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo has revealed why his dark and shinning hair has become an attraction to several females.

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Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo was recently in Lagos, Nigeria and he revealed that his hair attracts quite a lot of female fans and friends.

The BO-16 brand ambassador, who spoke during the unveiling of Omotola Jalade Ekeinde as the Nigerian ambassador to the Nigerian market, said the curls and waves on his hair attracts attention from females.

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John Dumelo at the AMVCA


"When I say my hair attracts ladies, what I am saying is that it becomes and looks nice and some ladies are attracted to nice hairs and ultimately, it will attract quite a number of ladies," he said.

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Speaking on his ability to speak a little Yoruba and Igbo languages, he said, "I have had a lot of Yoruba and Igbo lady friends and having done quite a number of movies in the East, I have been able to pick up few of the words and phrases in Yoruba and English."

When asked about his relationship with Yvonne Nelson, Dumelo simply said the Ghanaian actress has been his friend for long and though they had a misunderstanding in the past, they have resolved the issue and have remained friends.

"Yvonne Nelson is just my friend, I mean we have enjoyed a beautiful friendship over a long period of time and we had some misunderstanding but I just thought about it and wondered, hey life is short, let's bury the hatchet and move on as good friends that we have always been."

John Dumelo, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde and Joselyn Dumas are the brand ambassadors of BO-16, a beauty product manufacturing firm.

Watch the actor speaking to journalists here >>>

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