The outspoken actress has taken to Instagram, to share her thoughts on wooing in Ghana–saying, most Ghanaian men are losers when it comes to making a woman feel special.
She stated that: “A lot of Ghanaian men have much to learn in the art of “wooing” a woman.”
“Most don’t know how to take a girl on a date, and if they do it’s always “food”, which automatically translates to love, and once those words are spoken it’s enough foreplay to begin a sexual affair, first by attempting to shove those long tongues into your mouth and swirling it around,” she said.
Read below what she wrote:-
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