- Nollywood actress Ini Edo has shared in a recent interview her thoughts on the modern-day man and relationships
- In a recent interview, the 36-year-old actress expressed that men of these days only go into relationships for money
- She stated that men are not what they used to be
Perception is different from reality but it is true that one forms their own reality from what they perceive from the outside world. So when Nollywood actress, Ini Edo recently opined that most men of now-a-days only go into relationships because of financial gains, a lot of questions sprung up among social media users.
In a recent interview, 36-year-old Ini Edo stated that the modern-man is a world different from the kind of men that existed before. She revealed that prostitution has reduced and women are now finding ways to be more independent. According to her, the repercussion of having so many independent women, is having men who now move from one relationship to another, in hopes to gain financial assistance from hardworking ladies.
There’s no saying where she might have gotten the wind of the idea that most men are now taking advantage of independent women, but Edo is one of the Nollywood beauties who is self-sufficient and in fact, to the public she’s single. One might now begin to ask if she’s been approached by the kind of men she describes or perhaps has heard many stories that has made her conclude that most of the modern-day men are gold diggers.
Speaking to TheSun she said: “Men of these days are not what they used to be. But the issues are not addressed. Nobody is talking about it. Ironically, prostitution has reduced drastically. Young girls now go into different kinds of small-scale businesses like makeup, hair dressing and creams making. They now hustle more to make a living but I can’t say the same thing for men.
I’m sorry but that’s the truth. For some men, their job is to move around from one woman to another for money. It’s like a full time job for them and nobody is addressing the issue. Don’t get me wrong, not all men do it, but some of them.” Indeed! It’s a serious issue. Meanwhile, Kenyan socialite, Vera Sidika, has advised women not to depend on men for survival. She expressed that all a woman needs is her man’s loyalty.
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