I need the kind of man that’ll worship me – BBNaija star, Angel
Former Big Brother Naija contestant, Angel Smith, has said she deserves to be worshipped as a pretty woman.
The reality TV star and brand influencer, stated this via her Twitter account, adding that she hates men who know their worth and won’t grovel before a woman.
Angel, who seemed to have been speaking as a result of a recent experience wondered why she would ghost a man and he would reciprocate the act.
The BBNaija alum noted that she expects him to beg her and offer to give her princess treatment.
She wrote: “I hate when a man knows his worth. Why will I ghost you and you sef go ghost me back, na so dem dey do for here?
“Instead of you to beg me, pretty princess, you want booty rubs too, abi?”
In a separate post, Angel made an open call for a man who is going to worship her and added a male emoji at the end of the tweet.
Meanwhile, ex-BBNaija contestant, Ifu Ennada has said she loves UFC middleweight champion, Israel Adesanya.
The actress said she would not mind going on a date with the Nigerian-New Zealand mixed martial artist if he is open to the idea.
Ifu stated this in an interview while talking about her favourite sporting activities and athletes that she admires.
When asked who she prefers between Anthony Joshua, Kamaru Usman and Israel Adesanya, she picked the latter.
In her words; “My favourite would be Israel, and aside the fact that he is extremely handsome and hot, the fact that he is also petty, I love it. What he did to Pereira’s son by mocking him the way he mocked him after he won, I love it, some people were saying ‘why’, and I’m like ‘why not?’ I like the fact that he looked for the guy and gave it back to him.
I know he is an adult but that is something someone like me would do, so, I love him for that. He is very confident, I just love Izzy, he walks into a room and you can feel his energy, and that is the type of person I am as well.”
Ifu Ennada added; “If he wants to go on a date with me, why not?
“I used to be a big fan of wrestling until I discovered that their matches were scripted, I also like boxing but I don’t really follow it. What I follow now is the MMA and there are some Nigerians there like Israel Adesanya and Kamaru Usman.”