Rising Ghanaian actress Xandy Kamel has said that she sees nothing wrong with dating a married man.
According to Xandy, she personally sees no problem with dating a married man.
She stated however, that it depends on how the lady handles her relationship with the married man so that his family is not affected.
The actress made this revelation in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh on Thursday, November 1, 2018.
Explaining her assertion, Xandy said dating a married men sometimes is the best therapy available for such men because they may be facing challenges at home and need something or someone different to cool them down.
“Some of the married men are facing problems at home and want a relief from somewhere, so sometimes it’s no problem when you want to date a married man,” Xandy told YEN in that exclusive interview.
She added that it would not be good for the lady to act in a way that would deprive the man’s family anything.
She was also of the view that it would be totally wrong for the lady to go attacking the wife of the man, and said such dating should be handled in a “respectful and quiet” manner.
Asked if she has dated such a man before, Xandy answered in the negative, but revealed that she would happily welcome the idea of dating a rich married man if available.
The actress has for some time now been trending in the news.
This follows her brawl with Zylofon actress Benedicta Gafah whom she seems to have issues with.
In a recent report by YEN.com.gh, Xandy said Gafah has dated many married men even though she is married.
She said also that one of the married men slept with the Zylofon actress after luring her with “ordinary” khebab.
According to Xandy, she has evidence to back all her claims about Gafah, adding that she would release all those evidence in due course for the world to know that she is not lying.
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