It is not all the time that a man will have two equally beautiful women (except that one is dark and the other is mixed) chasing him. This only happens in Hollywood movies or if you have some REAL cash—serving as the attracting magnet.
After it emerged last week that Ghanaian football star-Michael Essien has managed to beat us all to the game to marry his Manager/PR & mother of his two kids-Akosua Puni, many have brought back his ex-lover Nadia Buari into the picture.
The common question has been; why did Essien marry Akosua Puni—-I mean the deciding factor.
It surely must have been pretty easy for Michael to move from Nadia Buari to Akosua Puni, after all, he was not losing anything when it comes to beauty. He seems to have moved on well with his new wife and has proved those who expected a come back WRONG!
Apart from fathering two children with Akosua Puni, GhanaCelebrities.Com has learned the two have mega investments together—all around the world.
We sat down to brainstorm to see if from afar we can establish what was the real determining factor for Essien when he was confronted to make a choice—We know this time came!
We looked at the question; when you have two equally beautiful women at your feet and you have to make a choice, what will matter most?
Pretty much and easily, we all agreed that since the two are equally beautiful, the determining factor will not be appearance. Beauty will easily go through the window.
When men are pushed to the corner like this, they look for other things like how the woman can fit in his dreams, help him achieve his dreams and be able to take care of his children and home.
Considering these, Akosua Puni who served as the Manager/PR of Michael Essien in a far away country at the time was at a far advantage, compared to a glamour movie girl who spent time with different individuals on different sets and had no direct effect/interest in Essien’s career and dreams.
We’ve just been wondering about this and we think we’ve cracked it….Essien had to look beyond beauty and in that regard; Akosua Puni was a better choice.
Do you agree?