I Wear Eyelashes To Look Nice BUT I’m not gay – Pappy Kojo

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Hiplife artiste Pappy Kojo says he wears cosmetics most of the time especially when he is to appear on screen. He said his makeup extends to him wearing eyelashes, which he says makes him look nice.

On Friday, the ‘Realer No’ hitmaker prevented the cameras from taking shots of him on his way to 3FM for an interview.

Born Jason Gaisie, the popular Takoradi artiste said making up has become part of his appearance as an artiste. “I do that all the time.” The Fante rapper says many assumed his wearing of skinny jeans as being homosexual. “I am not gay,” he clarified.

He is out with a new single Abena, which features Bisa Kdei and Mr Eazi. The song, he says, is dedicated to his fans to mark this year’s Christmas. He will be in Takoradi to have fun and spend time with his family, he disclosed.

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