A popular and controversial Nigerian actress has revealed some of the things she wants in a man.
Controversial Nigerian actress, Anita Joseph
Controversial Nigerian actress, Anita Joseph has revealed the qualities he wants in a man. The actress who said she is not bothered about marriage matters has said she is taking her time to make the ideal choice in order not to fall into the wrong hands like some of her colleagues.
However, she said the kind of man that would appeal to her would be one who commends her when she farts. She revealed this in an interview with Daily Sun.
The Anambra State-born thespian, said: “Marriage comes when it comes. I’m not bothered about it. If my boyfriend shoots well and I get pregnant, then that’s fine. Marriage crashes are everywhere but that doesn’t really bother or worry me. In fact, it makes me stronger and challenged. It reminds me that when I finally get married, I must remain in it because there are wolves out there waiting to devour the union."
Describing the kind of man that tickles her heart, Anita maintains that he must posses a charming sense of humour, along other qualities.
“My kind of man must be spirit filled. He must fear Jehovah God. There’s nothing more attractive to me than a man that loves God. He must also make me laugh a lot; charming good sense of humour. My husband must be a power dresser, smells nice. I don’t like loud men. I don’t like a man that picks or blows their nose anyhow, especially in the public.
“I love a man that I can fart in his presence and he will tell me ‘well done princess’. He can fart in my presence too, no problem. I don’t do cinemas; I prefer to stay indoors with my man. After all, I have television at home; all I have to do is to buy popcorn and Fanta, then off the light and enjoy the moment with my man."
Recalling her unforgettable moment as a celebrity, she said: “Hmmm… it was when some guys tapped my bum. I guess they found my butts irresistible. I can’t forget that day. I wanted to remove my heels and pursue them, but the actress in me held me back. If not, they would have seen the other side of me.”