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Sexy pictures won't get you husbands - Kwesi Ernest

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Chief Executive Officer of events and management company, Media Excel, Kwesi Ernest, has cautioned Ghanaian female celebrities to stop posting nearly nude pictures of themselves on social media if they want to find husbands.

According to Kwesi Ernest, the practice, which has become very common among female celebrities is now becoming a sort of competition which is rendering them “husband less”.

Kwesi Ernest made the statement while contributing to a discussion on Peace FM's Entertainment Review on Saturday, September 22, about some female celebs publicly expressing their desire to get married.

He argued that many men don’t value women who expose their bodies for public consumption and entreated them to turn a new leaf if they want to settle down.

“I don’t know who told these ladies that finding a husband includes stripping naked for the cameras and posting them. Posting your nakedness will not entice any man to marry you because sexiness is not the only quality men look out for in their partners.

“If finding a husband involves exposing one’s body, then I don’t think our Moslem ladies and even Arabian women will ever get married but we see them with their husbands and children every day," he said.

Kwesi Ernest, who once managed Gospel singer, Joyce Blessing, continued, “That should inform our ladies in the practice that it takes more than buttocks and the hips they flaunt on Instagram and their various social media pages to get a man to pay for their dowry. Besides, whatever it is that they need to cover has been seen by everyone, I don't know what I haven't seen yet.

" Interestingly, when things get very hot for them, they come out to say that they are bipolar. If they are bipolar, they should seek medical attention," he stated.

Celebs like Princess Shyngle have already taken the lead in heeding Kwesi Ernest's advice. Last month, the actress and social media celebrity earned the popular nickname, ‘Tapoli” when a picture of her in bikini caused a stir on social media.

Subsequently, she deleted all her nude pictures on Instagram and added a post which suggested the act was to please her future husband.

“Dear future hubby I have good news for you today so I decided to delete all my bikini pictures from Instagram cuz a little birdie told me you don’t like it when I show too much skin…where ever you are I want you to know that I’m already head over heels in love with you even though I haven’t met you yet”, (SIC) Shyngle said.

 

Source: Graphic.com.gh

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