Ghanaian actress Joselyn Dumas has stated that guys with bad breath put her off and no matter how rich and handsome you are, don’t come near her if you have bad breath.
Bad breath is one of the most embarrassing disorders which has destroyed a lot of relationships in recent times, it will take someone who really loves you to tell you that you have bad breath.
It’s only God who knows the truth in what AJ Sarpong has said. Well, every lady who has been in a relationship before may have had one or two sleepovers at the boyfriend’s place depending on the situation.
But Radio and TV Presenter AJ Sarpong on Joselyn Dumas TV show ‘Keeping It Real With Joselyn Dumas’ stated without mincing words that she would never have a sleepover at her boyfriend’s house.
Undoubtedly in our part of a world, as a female getting towards a certain age if you’re not married the pressure starts to mount on you, especially from members of your own family who start questioning you in subtle and not so subtle manners.
This pressure can reach a tipping point and force some women into marriages they are not exactly prepared for.
Ghanaian actress, producer and tv show host Joselyn Dumas has come out swinging against the tendency to blame women’s dressing as the cause of rape and sexual harassment.
Dumas strongly denounced that type of thinking, labelling it as ‘crap’ and saying women should have the ability to dress without fear of rape or harassment.
Beautiful and curvy Ghanaian actress Joselyn Dumas has revealed that contrary to some public speculations, she has never done any cosmetic surgery on any portion of her body.
According to the star of Sparrow Productions’ ‘Potato Potahto’, she is simply naturally endowed with abundant gifts from her maker.
Author, tv show host and singer Michelle McKinney Hammond dropped a bombshell on Joselyn Dumas’s talk show ‘Keeping it Real’ with her revelation that attaining wealth does not make you happy, in fact it does the exact opposite.
The search for money is the driving principle behind most people’s hustle in this world yet according to the successful and wealthy author, attaining wealth is not going to bring the happiness most people imagine it does.
A common saying is that experience is the best teacher, and it is a truism that has survived through the ages. When something burns you, you are less likely to approach it the same way the second time round.
Ghanaian actress Joselyn Dumas ascribes to this saying, revealing that she is more cautious in her dating life these days because she doesn’t want to repeat the mistakes which led her to become a divorced mum.
An explosive episode of Joselyn Dumas’ latest reality show ‘Keeping It Real’ aired on Saturday (December 2nd) with the discussion centred on religion, spirituality and the unfortunate commercialization of both in Ghana.
The actress/tv personality moderated the discussion between the staunchly religious gospel singer Lady Prempeh and the fiercely anti-organized religion but pro spirituality Akosua Hanson.
Talking about sex in Africa is sometimes seen as a taboo especially when it comes to parents educating their children on the subject. Unlike other parts of the world where it is seen as a very important subject of which every teenager should know before attempting.
It is recently that people become bold to discuss it. Whenever the subject of sex is raised people hypocritically become uncomfortable and shun the subject even though they are practising it. You can even see the hypocrisy on the face of most celebrities when they are been hit with questions about their sex life in interviews.
According to Joselyn Dumas speaking on her new Tv Show “Keeping It Real With Joselyn Dumas” she has lost keeping a man whom she had interest in because she’s ‘born one’.
As the show says, it’s moments of reality and the actress kept it real on how sometimes it’s difficult to be a single parent.
Outstanding Ghanaian Tv Personality, Joselyn Canfor Dumas is set to debut her new Tv Show which will be airing on GhOne Tv.
The show sees ‘Hippy Josy’ with her friends gist about range of lifestyle topics whilst they share experiences from their personal lives.