I cannot date an African man - popular female musician reveals

I cannot date an African man - popular female musician reveals

Popular Kenyan musician, Akothee has never been one to hide the juicy details of her adventurous past and has recently stated that she cannot date an African.

What she has always maintained is that when it comes to her dating life, the dark skin beauty prefers dating white men.

In a hilarious Instagram post, the mother of five explained why she is weary of African lovers.

According to Akothee, during the time she dipped her toes in the dating scene, she would often punish her lovers if they dared to misbehave.

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The singer would smack them around and still the men would come back with their tails tucked between their legs.

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"I beat up oyinbo but I cannot date an African man because they will break my elbow! But for white men mmmmmmmm I am a husband beater. Do not copy my romance," she said.

Whenever she barked, they would cower like innocent cats.

"Just do your romance differently! And that is why I do not date Africans I am not easy," Akothee added.

However, Akothee noted that if she ever tried this with an African man, she would not live to see another day.

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The 'president of single mothers' noted no sane African man could ever put up with her madness and for that reason, she chooses to mix her chocolate with some vanilla.

Meanwhile, a young man became the apex of admiration when his height attracted lovely ladies around him at the 2019 Chale Wote Festival, an annual event organized to display mind-blowing crafts and artistry in James Town, Accra.

While the young man’s name was not disclosed, his senior brother, Delis, with Twitter name @delisworldwide, took to Twitter to recount moments when his younger brother stole the show at an event meant to entertain people through the appreciation of craft and artistry.

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