Men Don't Have The Balls To Propose To Me Because They Think I'm Very "High Maintenance" – Yvonne Okoro

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Most of the time we assume female celebrities especially the very pretty ones can have any man of their choice with just a snap of the finger and more often than not we sincerely wonder why most of them claim to be single and lonely despite the number of people all over the world who have crushes on them. It appears this is not the case and most of them are seriously “gnashing”, and it is not because they are not “girlfriend material” per se. It seems the men with all their “too known” are afraid of these gorgeous high-class women and will prefer to tell their friends they have a crush on them than actually pluck the courage to approach them and let them know how they feel.
Maybe it is the fear that they are not up to the standard of these women or they think women who get all that attention from males everywhere they go are some stuck-up b*tches who will not even look their way let alone respond to their greeting and start a conversation. And even when they manage to get into the much-dreaded friend zone, they never progress from there because they do not feel like they have what it takes to maintain these ladies.
Actress Yvonne Okoro is obviously not impressed with this “spinelessness” by most men and says that is why she and women like her are single. Those who are bold enough to approach them tooo turn out to be so insincere and fake and hence true love remains but a dream to the “high class” female celebrity. Speaking to Showbiz in an interview Yvonne said, “A good number of celebs are single because they are confused as to who to accept in their life. You see, you are not sure if the person is coming in because of your fame and money or the person wants to be with you because of real love”.
“The issue is men don’t have balls to come forward to ask me out because they think I am already hooked or perhaps I am very high maintenance… Also, I may still be single because most people think celebrities are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing partners but that is a very wrong perception”, she said.
She was however quick to add that the fact that she is single doesn’t mean she is desperate and will accept just anyone. But if a man has a bright future and is hard-working, she might just give him a chance.


Ms. Ama Dzidzor, Staff Writer
Wolf in sheep's skin. I bark low and bite hard. I like to think of myself as open-minded yet set in my ways. Way more than what you see, so you need to look a bit closer.