I’ve Stopped going to Church Because People Look at you ‘Some Way’ when You’re Unmarried — Vicky Zugah

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Actress Vicky Zugah says she has stopped going to church completely because the church has morphed from a house of God to a house of judgement.

According to her, when unmarried ladies like her go to church, especially those with kids, even the looks they get is enough to show that others are judging them.

Zugah poured her heart out in a Facebook Live video in which she reiterated her recent comments that she’s ok with being single and is not in search of a man.

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According to her, people get married and get divorced, whilst others are in relationships and suffering physical abuse, therefore, she’s content with being single at the moment.

She admitted that the pressure on her to get married is unbearable to the extent that she had to quit going to church.

“I would rather be single than to be married and be miserable. Looking at the divorce rate out there, I think I am okay being single right now,” she said.

“The pressure is everywhere and it’s not funny anymore. Some women won’t marry because they haven’t found the right person and that is what I want people to understand.

“Everyone looks at you some way when you enter the church especially when you have children and you are you’re not married. For now I’m happy and I don’t even think about a man now,” she added.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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