Nollywood actress, Lilian Afegbai has dished some vital tips for ladies to identify quality and ideal men for a relationship.
She said that someone can only attract what they put out and hence why saying positive things about men attracted the right ones to herself.
Taking to Twitter, Lilian Afegbai admonished women not to expect high-quality men when they are constantly making negative comments about them.
The former Big Brother Africa contestant advised them to speak into existence what they want and watch it come to pass.
Lilian said: “What you put out, you attract I want to share a tiny secret here The minute I started saying positive things about men, my love life and all. I started attracting the kind of men I wanted in my life. You can’t keep saying men are trash and expect quality. Speak into existence what you want and it will come to you.”
In other news…
Nigerian singer, Oludipe Oluwasanmi David, better known as Spyro has revealed the type of woman he would like to marry.
The ‘Very Fine Girl’ crooner said his ideal woman is one who knows God and does ‘bad things’ in private just for him.
Spyro, who described such class of women as “Jesus’ baddies”, insisted that his future wife must dress and speak well, and not be mediocre.
The singer made the disclosure in a recent interview with Hip TV where he talked about his his music genre and relationship.
Spyro said; “My spec is a Jesus’ baddie. That’s my spec: Know God but be a baddie. Don’t be a mediocre because you know God. Dress well and speak well. Do those things that bad girls do but do it for your husband alone.”
In response to those urging him to choose between gospel and secular genre, the singer explained that his songs, though secular, are such that they can be sang anywhere without it compromising his God values.
Spyro said: “In anything you do in life, you will always get criticised. And we just have to take a stance. It’s either you are hot or you are cold. It’s either you are for God or you are not for God.
“I’ve always known even before now that I’m going to get criticised for what I stand for. But it doesn’t mean it’s going to change. I’m a Christian and I make music. You can be a banker and still represent God in your field. I’m saying that I love God and I’m using my platform to talk about him. It doesn’t mean I shouldn’t go about my business.”