- UK-based Ghanaian singer Eyeson has revealed that she has been practicing lesbianism for sometime now
- The singer disclosed that she is currently in a relationship with a Kenyan lady who is her lesbian partner
- Eyeson alluded to the claim that men are not trustworthy, a reason she decided to become a lesbian
Fast-rising Ghanaian musician Eyeson who is based in the United Kingdom has confessed to being a lesbian.
According to the singer, she decided to go into lesbianism because the men she dated were not trustworthy.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Eyeson expressed excitement at becoming a lesbian for few years now.
"I play the front and back, I have a girlfriend and she is my partner. She is from Kenya," the actress revealed.
When asked the reason for her choice, the actress claimed that men do not know their left from right.
The singer lamented how some men dumped her after sleeping with her even though they promised love.
"But if you ignore the guys and you are dating a lady, when she broke you will know that she is broke," Eyeson noted.
Kindly skip to 12:05 to hear the exact confession of Efia Eyeson. Source: SVTV Africa
The young singer argued that there is less disappointment in dating a lady than when dating a man.
It is however surprising for Eyeson to be bold enough since such confessions are hardly made in this part of the world.
Some people are also likely to praise her for coming out to reveal her identity which many campaigns around the world are urging for.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has published a story about comedian and television presenter Afia Schwarzenegger as she is being accused of being a lesbian.
According to her former close friend Nana Tonardo, Afia Schwar has been luring chop bar girls and waitresses to sleep with them in her car.
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