Ghana’s upcoming dancehall artistes, Klarah Kay, has hit it hard on young women who date older men.
She added that any young lady who dates ‘old man’ is simply an opportunist.
Klarah Kay was speaking on the topic on the table ‘dating older men’ hosted by Ekumfi Princess, Mercy Bee on eTV Ghana’s Girl vibes. She implied that those young girls who usually date older men like their father don’t want to sweat to get money but just for their selfish interest.
She said any lady around her age as at now who still date a man in fifty’s and sixty’s is simply an opportunist. Therefore anytime she sees or hear of any young lady dating a man of her father’s age, it simply tells her that particular young lady is just lazy and want things on silver platter.
She charged young ladies to work extra hard to earn something for themselves instead of depending on older men.
Klarah added that ladies who prefer depending on older men do so because they assume that those men can provide them will all material things they require anytime. According to Klarah, working rather hard to earn a living is better than those acts.
She concluded that such acts are not good and it makes young ladies become lazy.
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