Celebrity relationship must be sacrificial – Christabel Ekeh

Life is indeed a journey and its experiences help shape our thoughts,

attitudes and actions. This is the

mantra of sassy actress, Christabel Ekeh, as her

experiences have taught her to be cautious of

the men who come her way and want to be

more than just friends.

In an interview with her, she recounted her

experience with a man (name withheld) who

came into her life and wanted to be more than

friends. She agreed but in her mind she decided

to really examine the guy to find out if the

words he professed to her were genuine or fake.

"He was caring, loving, understanding and was

everything that a lady would want and at a point

I felt I had found my Mr. Right. But on second

thought and analyzing our conversations and his

deeds, I realised that he was in because of my

fame and worth," she said.

"I immediately stepped aside as I wasn't ready

for a heartbreak and don't like men who take

advantage of women," she added.

Touching on other issues, Christabel said she

doesn't believe in the myth that has been

created around celebrities that their

relationships do not last as she confidently and

repeatedly made it clear that such relationships

can work depending on the individual and she

does not have a problem marrying a celebrity

even though she's one and is aware of the

circumstances surrounding such relationships

especially with regards to making time for it.

In an answer to how hers would be different

from Yvonne Nelson/Iyanya, Nadia Buari/

Michael Essien, Okyeame Kwame and Nana Ama

McBrown etc. she said a relationship has to be

liberal, understanding and sacrificial.

"I will make sure I know him beyond his

celebrity lifestyle. I will not be in a relationship

because of his status or personality but it will be

because I love him. I will also not listen to what

people say about him because the relationship is

just for the two of us," she said.

On the other hand she would not date a man

who is insecure and is not humble.

The first runner-up of Miss Malaika 2008

contestant got her big break through in the

movie industry when she featured in 'Deadly

Passions' where she played a supporting role

with John Dumelo and Yvonne Nelson. She is

also the face of Star Assurance.

Delali Sika|Ghanaweb reported

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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