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I’m Ready To Be A Third Wife, I Need A Man Badly – Nollywood Actress Cries Out

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Nollywood actress, Christabel Egbeny, has lamented that she needs a man badly in her life.

Naija News reports that the Nollywood actress who made this confession in an interview with The Sun newspaper said she does not mind being a second or third wife as long as her happiness is guaranteed.

The CEO of Label Beauty World confessed to Inside Nollywood that she’s presently not in any serious relationship and therefore she is ready to welcome a man into her life now, the Sun reports.

Her words: “When it comes to serious relationship, for now, I don’t have a man. But that doesn’t mean I don’t have a boyfriend. I need an understanding man. I need a man who will love me for who I am and will support my business and all. It’s better if he is rich, handsome and dark. Who doesn’t like better thing? That is every woman’s prayer. However, I can marry from any tribe. It doesn’t matter if he is Igbo, Yoruba or Hausa; as long as I am happy with him, it’s okay. I can even be a second or third wife, it doesn’t really matter as long as there is true love and happiness.”

The Enugu State-based role interpreter, however, lamented the COVID-19 lockdown that has affected her business.

“My shop has been on lockdown. There is no movie and no income. Staying at home is even a burden because there is no light to do anything. Things haven’t been easy. I feel very terrible because there’s no money at the moment. The cosmetic goods in my shop are changing colours, and I am losing millions. For now, all I do is sleep, wake up, do some exercises, and then pray. I miss traveling. I am not used to staying in a place. I love working. I just pray this pandemic ends soon,” she lamented.


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