Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson has subtly given Ghanaians who care to know the personal reasons behind her decision to remain single even at a relatively old age.
In a series of tweets, the 36-year-old bachelorette described those who force her to marry as ‘villagers.’ According to her, she has self-respect and will not kowtow to societal pressure to settle down.
Giving reasons why she is not in a hurry to socialize with strangers who may be interested in her for marriage, Lydia Forson said her parents have taught her not to entertain people she does not know especially men since she was a child…
Lydia Forson also added that she does get relationship and marriage interests from men on the regular but she has taken a personal decision not to allow strangers into her life.
The award-winning actress, who happens to be one of the female celebrities who are under severe pressure by the Ghanaian public to marry, said she decides on who she gives her punani to, therefore, that shouldn’t be the burden of anyone.
Read Lydia Forson’s Reasons Below
“So me refusing to give my number to a stranger who sent someone to get it has turned into a national debate; even by so-called reputable media houses. I swear you people are always offended by women who don’t cower to you. Is this even an issue or by force?”
“I’m really questioning how some of you were raised if you think it’s ok for someone to sit in their car and send a stranger to take your number? Same people will turn around and call a woman cheap for jumping into a strangers car. See eh, do you let me do me.”
“And they’ve turned this discussion into why I’m not married? So you really want to believe that in this my life I’ve not had proposals or men interested in me? The person discussing me loudly on radio sef is in my DM. Be honest you’re just mad I don’t want YOU.”
“But there’s a much bigger story here a majority of people, as usual, are missing. Little girls and even boys are being molested all over the place because you people encourage them to engage with strangers /adults out of respect.”
“Even as a teenager my parents were very stern about me never following strangers. (men especially) One man reported me to my dad because he called me across the road and I didn’t go; my dad asked why as the adult he didn’t cross the road but expected me to.”
“I swear these bloggers and media houses come for me and try to tarnish my image ONLY because they’re mad I fight back. They want me to kiss their ashy asses and I won’t. Unlike some, I don’t need your validation oh, I’m good over here.”
“Nkrasiefuor nkoaaa Try me, I have the time and energy. Every day you’re monitoring my pussy and who I give it to and what I do with it because you’re mad I won’t give it to you. You people always make it seem like it’s wrong for a woman to have self-respect.”
Try me, I have the time and energy.
Everyday you’re monitoring my pussy and who I give it to and what I do with it because you’re mad I won’t give it to you.
You people always make it seem like it’s wrong for a woman to have self respect.
— miss forson (@lydiaforson) January 9, 2021