American actor and model Kofi Siriboe never felt bashful about praising Black women. He often speaks about his love and devotion towards them.

The California-born artist is best known for portraying the lead role of Ralph Angel Bordel in the Television drama series Queen Sugar. He co-starred in the 2017 romantic comedy film Girls Trip. Kofi is also a model associated with Wilhelmina Models and Vision.

From The Film: Kofi along with co-stars Dawn-Lyen Gardner (right) and Rutina Wesley in the third series of Queen Sugar (Photo:

Kofi Siriboe made his television debut in the 2003  fantasy drama series Strange & Charmed. He rose to popularity for his supporting role of Javy Hall in the 2008 comedy-drama, The Longshots. He appeared in a recurring role as Tyler Miller in the MTV  teen comedy series, Awkward from 2014 to 2015. 

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Some of his notable works include CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2012), Kicks (2016), and Snowfall (2017). Kofi played the role of Ziggy in the short film Jump, released in 2018.

Kofi Siriboe's Family Support Is Lit

The multitalented actor was born on March 2, 1994, to Ghanaian parents; his father, Kwame Boakye, and mother, Koshie Mills. Koshie also happens to be his manager. He also has two brothers named Kwesi and Kwame Siriboe, and both of them are actors.

Kofi is fortunate to have family who supported him throughout his career. Talking to Essence in November 2016, he stated that his family was the critical factor for his successful career. He added that they supported and backed him even though he was a little apprehensive.

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Talking about his personal affairs, Kofi was linked with an American actress and writer Issa Rae in 2017. He used to get flirty with Issa by reacting and commenting on her post on social sites. However, the alleged dating affairs entirely stopped as Kofi confirmed his new relationship in March 2018.

A Loss Inspired Kofi Siriboe's 'JUMP!'

The hunky Queen Sugar star proved to the world that he has more than to offer to the industry through his latest work, a short film, JUMP. He wrote, directed, produced, and starred in the film, which was released in October 2018.

JUMP is an inspirational film portraying Kofi in the role of Ziggy-who is battling with an intense mental health issue as a consequence of grappling with grief. It shows the tormenting struggles one undergoes as a victim of depression. 

Inspirational: Kofi's short film JUMP is an intimate portrait of grief & introspection, that follows Ziggy, a haunted man detached from reality. (Published: October 2, 2018)

The captivating truth behind the filmmaking is the cause behind it. Kofi set off to make this film to let his frustration out for losing a friend/mentor to suicide.

It happened around the time he was on a break from Queen Sugar and left him in utter grief. He found this movie as a medium to create a relatable subject and help the victims to grow resilient in the meanwhile. 

Guess Who's Kofi Siriboe's Girlfriend!

Kofi confirmed his dating relationship with the East African supermodel, Duckie Thot, through an Instagram post on March 8, 2018, which has now been deleted.

He uploaded a series of pictures with a poem dedicated to her on the occasion of International Women's day. 

Similarly, Duckie also uploaded a picture of Kofi on her Instagram two days after his confirmation. The photo was taken in front of the Eiffel Tower, France, and she wrote a caption mentioning that she was forever at her happiest by his side.

Girlfriend Loves Me: Kofi's girlfriend, Duckie, uploaded his picture with a lovely caption on March 10, 2018. (Photo: Duckie Thot's Instagram)

Before the relationship, Kofi had opened up about his deliberate affection toward Black women at the 10th annual ESSENCE Black Women In Hollywood event in 2017.

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He insisted that it is a response to the treatment they receive from society. Further, he added that he loves Black women, who are giving each other credit without relying on the man or the system.

It seemed like he finally found his perfect partner—someone who could have been his wife in the coming years. But, sadly, it wasn't meant to be.

Kofi Siriboe And Duckie Thot Call It Quits!

Yes, you read that correctly. Kofi and Duckie have called it quits in their relationship. The couple has ended their relationship and, from the looks of it, not on good terms.

After a year of a happy and secluded relationship, the pair have now gone their separate ways putting aside all the romantic poems and messages.

As for the reason for their breakup, Duckie revealed that Kofi was having an affair with multiple women while still in a relationship with her. Understandably, the news left audiences in shock.

What seemed like a perfectly matched relationship was not as it appeared. The alleged affair left Duckie in a state of grief and anger. As for Kofi, it seems he has put aside his past and has moved on to establish his career. 

Kofi Siriboe not Ready to Get Back to Dating

Not long after the breakup, Siriboe candidly spoke about why he was single during an appearance on the Yes Girl! Podcast (via. Distractify). He explained that he would not be in a relationship unless he were really able to commit to his partner, be it a girlfriend or a wife. 

Before I'm able to commit, I have to show myself that I can commit to myself and become the man I want to be.

He went on to explain that he was working on himself and that he had his priorities straight.

Siriboe wanted a woman in his life; he wanted kids; he wanted to amass a fortune, but before all of that, he had to work on himself.