A lot of women nowadays think they deserve the creme de la creme of men when it comes to dating and even marriage.
Most of these women believe that the man that steps up to them should fulfil certain criteria’s such as height, money and education. The list some women have on potential partners is so ridiculous that one questions the stability of some of these women.
Granted every human being has a right to choose and associate with whoever they want but one should realise that that right is afforded to every human. This makes it funny when the same women with a huge list of what a man should be and have get rejected by men for the things they lack.
They throw the nonsense of men being shallow and only interested in outward beauty as if they are offering anything more than that.
Recently Nikki Samonas in an interview with Abeiku Santana said she has no interest in poor men and many female celebrities in Ghana have said similar things. Yaa Jackson claimed that she turned down the advances a member of parliament when he couldn’t get her a store and car.
The question one might ask is what does these women bring to the table? Majority of them are usually jobless or in a low paying job. Some are uneducated, low ambition people who are looking for someone to carry their financial burdens therefore without their beauty and body, these women become bad assets.
Take Moesha Buduong or Princess Shyngle as an example. Apart from the body these women have, what else do they really bring to the table? Shyngle claims to have stolen an expensive watch from an ex and Moesha openly admits to sleeping with married men to sustain her lifestyle. This shows that the calibre of men these women are dealing with are successful.
Nana Ama McBrown for instance brings more than her beauty to the table hence can make demands from a potential suitor but if all you are bringing is your body then my sister don’t be offended if the man regards you only as your body.