Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Ghanaian & Nigerian Men Are Intimidated By My Success- Yvonne Nelson

Oh dear! I have heard successful single ladies say this a million and one times, now Yvonne Nelson? God needs to step into their boats! While speaking on KSM’s Show on Metro TV, Yvonne says she wants to get married, she wants to be in a relationship, but confessed that both Nigerian and Ghanaian men of her age are scared about her success, they are intimidated and that is where the problem LIES. Here's what she said on the show;

“This year I’m a secondary virgin I’m just trying to concentrate on my career. I’m not in a rush; I don’t want to marry today and divorce tomorrow because it happens a lot in the industry. Marriage is a beautiful thing but it has to be right. I don’t want to let my mom down, I want to make her and myself happy. Most Ghanaian and Nigerian men are intimidated; most often when it’s age appropriate; then they think I’m doing better than them and that I’m going to be bossy and control them around. Those around my age are bothered that I’m an independent lady. That has always been the problem”. Continue...

“There was about two guys who got scared. But I really don’t mind. Middle of last year, I was trying out something and I wasn’t convinced so I backed off. It had to do with the man not being matured enough” she explained.

She however described her dream man to be...


“The person has to be age appropriate – a five year gap is okay. But I don’t want someone too old because when that happens, you can’t hold a conversation with such a person”.

24 comments:

  1. Hmm i see this one as another way of seeking attention.

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  2. Don't worry. You will get married at the right time scheduled by God

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  3. Don't worry. You will get married at the right time scheduled by God

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  4. She must have been meeting the lowlifes

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  5. Step up your game Yvonne. Be humble, you will meet a man in your class

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  6. It's African mentality that men should not settle down with an independent lady because she might be bossy

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  7. Where is the Nigerian man that will start eating ajeku?

    Why not try Togolese men or men from Republic of Benin? They are used to eating left overs and crumbs and they may be comfortable with your level of 'success'.
    If they are not, try those from Ivory coast.

    I beg leave Nigerian men alone.

    -olu@atlanta-

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  8. She has the same problem as Genevieve Nnaji and Rita Dominic. Omotola would have had the same problem but she is lucky she got married on time

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  9. @ Olu Atlanta uou are so mean!

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  10. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    All for promotion shah nothing else.....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  11. Who believes this one

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  12. The problem is not with us but u women.cos u are independent u size us men up.I ave a similar xperience with a girl cos she is a medical Dr ,n I an ond she turn me down.2yrs down she is yet to get married.

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    1. Ond find ya level na. You sef wan marry dr, u like trouble o, dreamer!

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    2. Water must always find its level...how will u feel if u spent ur money to train a medical doctor, and she comes up wt an ond holder for marriage...what happened to her classmates or other graduates...no go find ur fellow ond marry...dey dia!

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  13. First of all Nigerian men can never be intimidated by someone like Yvonne nelson. Naija men too jaaa jorrr, we know yall prostitute up n down fucking al them biggie men asides all d movies yall produce. We dont wanna be caught in ya shameless games. Keep consoling yaselves bout us feeling intimidated while yall get old n worn out

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  14. All this is bullshit! I am a SSCE holder and my wife is a graduate of business administration and she loves and respect me like love itself and I do love her also. Stop setting stupid standards ladies. You won't know what's up till you are 65 years without a husband.

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  15. All this is bullshit! I am a SSCE holder and my wife is a graduate of business administration and she loves and respect me like love itself and I do love her also. Stop setting stupid standards ladies. You won't know what's up till you are 65 years without a husband.

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