- Nana Aba Anamoah was called on Joy FM's Super Morning Show to share some red flags she feels women should avoid
- The renowned media personality and general manager of GH One pointed out unrealistic expectations in bed from men who consume adult content online
- The media personality felt that such expectations put an unnecessary burden on women as they would not be able to meet such expectations
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Ghanaian television personality and journalist Nana Aba Anamoah has shared her thoughts on the red flags women should avoid in men.
Speaking on Joy FM's Super Morning Show, the popular media personality did not hold back as she listed the red flags that women should watch out for.
According to Nana Aba, one of the biggest red flags in some men is their consumption of adult content on the internet.
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She pointed out that men who consume a lot of such content often have unrealistic expectations of their partners based on what they have seen on their screens.
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A man who expects you to do things he sees on adult websites is a very serious red flag. You can never satisfy such a person, she said.
She added that women couldn't perform at the same level as professional adult performers, so being with someone with such expectations would be difficult.
Nana Aba also highlighted other red flags women should be wary of in men. She mentioned that a man who overeats could not be her partner, emphasizing the importance of a healthy lifestyle. She said a man should eat moderately and not exceed the standard limit.
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In addition, Nana Aba pointed out disrespect as another significant red flag in men. She stated that any man who disrespects her or anyone around her would not be considered a potential partner.
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