Single mother, Davida Anane has revealed that she used to be violent towards her baby daddy and this may have caused her relationship.
In an exclusive with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa, the Deputy guard deployment officer at K9 Security Agency indicated she has always been a tomboy with temperament issues.
“I’m a little stubborn with fights. That's why I wanted to go to the military for some training but I quit. With my baby daddy, it went on a few times. I'm bigger and taller than him and he likes women too. So when there is a misunderstanding, I throw my hands sometimes,” she confessed.
According to Davida, she always wanted to become a military officer, however, she could not complete her training due to personal reasons.
“I wanted to go into the military so that I can be tamed. I've always been difficult and a ‘hard girl’. I couldn't complete the training,” she said.
David's however stated that she is a changed person now. But most people still think of her as violent especially men. Hence her current relationship status.
Kindly watch the full interview on YouTube; SVTV AFRICA
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