Ghanaian actress and former girlfriend of Kofi Adjorlolo, Victoria Lebene, has openly declared her dislike for older men. According to her, she dislikes older men who are twice her age.
The 29-year-old actress who dated Ghanaian actor Kofi Adjorlolo said she prefers dating guys who are in the same age bracket with her or guys who aren’t more than five years older than her.
Victoria made the revelation in an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM Monday.
Her comments has intrigued several people who have been following the entertainment industry keenly because of her relationship with Kofi Adjorlolo.
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She had, at the time of dating Mr Adjorlolo, maintained that her relationship with him was out of love and not for any monetary considerations.
According to her, Mr Adjorlolo did not lavish her with money during their relationship as many people thought.
“I would not say that Kofi [Adjorlolo] was doing all that [showering her with money] for me. I mean I was working; I was hustling so it was my own resources. If he was rich then he should have bought me a car and a house and I would have accepted that,” she said.
“No, I don’t; how can I love sugar daddies? They have already lived their lives. I will build something with my age mate or someone five years older than me…” she answered to Andy Dosty’s question of whether she had taste for older people.
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While at it, she described the qualities that she would like to see in her man, saying he should be God-fearing and soaked in spirituality.
“God tells me stuff through visions and dreams. I love praying and seeing things as well,” she said.
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