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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Actress Queeneth Agbor Reveals Reasons Why ''Calabar Girls'' Are Seen As Husband Snatchers.

Queeneth Agbor has become one of the most talked about actress in the movie industry not necessarily for her roles in movies as she’s been getting quite a number of them. 




The lovely actress always has interesting things to say in her interviews making her quite a study. In one of her past interview, Queeneth who is popular for her movie Hooked said she did not get a role in a movie that had Tonto Dikeh as lead actress because she refused to sleep with the producer. 

This got tongues wagging on what she had tried to insinuate and the actress refuted these claims. 

The Calabar born Queeneth who readily shows off her heritage revealed to BroadwayAfricaTV reasons behind the popular myth that Calabar girls are husband snatchers.

She said; “I don’t think they are husband snatchers but we know how to keep a man to ourselves. Some men don’t like food so you might not be able to keep him through that, but men like when a lady is clean and of course that thing (Sex). So Calabar girl is a combination of all. They can cook, clean and good in that thing (S3x).”


And speaking of s3x, Queeneth who is a Christian said she believes in s3x before marriage because people need to have an experience of whom they will  spend the rest of their lives with.
According to her “You have to know your package, I am not saying just go into it anyhow but just test it, you need to know what you are going into so you don’t start cheating after marriage. Most marriages that break are solely because of this issue. So I think it is important for you to know what you are getting into.”


*Hmmmm,calabar women?I RAISE HAND AND LEG FOR THEM.I dont even think what they do is conscious..lol


57 comments:

  1. That myth is becoming overhyped biko! Who Calabar women sexual antics epp?

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    1. I was wondering too....
      It's all abt nature, some of these calabar girls sef don't like sex that much

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    2. Lolll...same here

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    3. Lolll....same here

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  2. Dont try our calabar women ooo. They know how to take care of men.

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  3. Enough of this crap about calabar women knowing how to keep men joor! Such nonsense!! Like as if sex and food is all it takes to keep a man?

    INI Edo how far with your own man? πŸ˜’

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    1. Jealous much? Ini Edo is from Akwa Ibom state and not Calabar. Calabar is in Cross River state thank you. Haa and yes not the same thing darling!

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    2. Dear Anon, there's absolutely nothing to be jealous about cos I know it's all tales by moonlight. Stories y'all use to boost your dead self-esteems lol

      Unless you can honestly prove to me that divorce and separations doesn't happen in Calabar! Or you can prove that married Calabar men don't cheat on their spouse!
      Then...I might believe the tale

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    3. Dear Anon, there's absolutely nothing to be jealous about cos I know it's all tales by moonlight. Stories y'all use to boost your dead self-esteems lol

      Unless you can honestly prove to me that divorce and separations doesn't happen in Calabar! Or you can prove that married Calabar men don't cheat on their spouse!
      Then...I might believe the tale

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    4. I'm from CRS and I can say that it's not a trait particularly found in us ONLY. It's just a myth. However, we have other skills. Cooking. Both the posh and local ones, once we hold pot it's over for all consumers.
      We all have negotiation skills we use on the men. No matter how stubborn, we will catch you.
      And we belive in grooming, that's why cosmetic business booms in that axis. The only people who can compete with us on that are the hausas. We can groom. This tumeric turmeric we sing today, first saw turmeric with my grandmother when i was a child. She told me it lightens skin. Na white chalk, or that scrubbing stone that they use to scrub your destiny off? From pics i see My mum had back length hair at 7 years. No relaxer. I ask my grandma how she did it, plenty local things I can't even try now. I wish we modified those beauty secrets to created our own like the Indians. We just embraced the western world's chemicals.

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    5. Thanks, Chikito. You are very correct. Cross Rivers girls are good at negotiating with men without coming off as aggressive or rude. I personally think that's their main secret. The sex thing is a myth.

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    6. Chikito, please how did your grandma use the tumeric.

      This thing is just lying waste, it still in its ginger state, dunno how to extract it

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  4. My calabar Sister are really good in 'that thing' but its not their only selling point. There a lot of talented and smart Calabar girls out there.



    *I intend to live forever*

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  5. They really a combination of everything.. "everything"..

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  6. Calabar girls i hail una oo buh make una no near my hubby maka holy ghost fire.

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  7. Fornication cannot be justified...it's a sin,dats y we do it in secret..stop coming openly to talk nonsense abeg

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  8. Stella pls don't raise hand and leg for us ooo.., Lol.
    This thing is hereditary.
    Our great ground mothers passed it on us and we re proud of it 😘.

    Sometimes I have pondered on why we AKS/CRS has these threat. LπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜„πŸ˜„L. 

    Least I forget, we don't "snatch", Godforbid. The men are the ones who come drolling on us to worship the feet we walk on.
    πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

    #ProudlyAKS

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    1. Ground mother Ko, Groundnut ni.

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    2. Princess the Princess.. onye oyibo.. "grand and drool"... anon please be nice to her it's a mistake.

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    3. Mma! Ur english is terrible!

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    4. Babe abeg swerve. You are NOT a "Calabar woman". Akwa Ibomites that are always fighting Cross Riverians. Now since the image here is positive, you're claiming Calabar. I repeat am SWERVE!

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    5. Eww typo errors..

      Broomstick, as your name implies get the fuck out of my comment, you are so arrogant with your filthy comment .. you lack common sense. That was an error.


      wall gheko....

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    6. Very nice! Calabar is the capital of Cross River o and the central language is Efik. Akwa Ibom predominantly Ibibio. Not the same as Calabar abeg don't get it twisted!

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    7. Broomstick please wats positive bout the comment above? Dat u guys r husband snatchers? Mtchew

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  9. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Am loving her already...
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  10. We haff heard o.

    It's no longer breaking news.

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  11. Never seen her in any movie...besides this Calabar girls are good in bed story is sooooooo clichΓ©...is it an acquired skill or it's inborn???

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  12. Stella we no de carry last, lol

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  13. Ete Yankee no de carry last for bed, ever ready people but them no born any of them well to take my man from me i never see that calabar girl

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  14. Pls calabar gals wat is kobnomi? Hp i got d spelling ryt? I heard them talking about it in the office, that it is wat most of dem use to hold a man, and dey won't explain any further. It is dia lil secret. Abeg help!!!

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    1. KikiKiki. Let someone else come and spill. I'd pass on this.... you know my profile name already 'implicates' me 😈

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  15. Stereotype. Well Akwa/cross women know how to pamper their men though

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  16. @Xes is food: Haba, anal bawo? Trying anal will only destroy the person's rectum? Pls it doesn't keep a man oh. If you like give every hole (ear, nose etc.) in your body, if he wants to "cheet", he will

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  17. If the so called calabar girls are good, how come other tribes don't marry them? Or am I missing something? My friend dated a calabar girl but didn't marry her. He married another girl from another tribe. They can keep a man my foot.

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    1. You got this your almighty conclusion from one case. Well done o.

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    2. You got this your almighty conclusion from one case. Well done o.

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  18. This is disgusting, anal sex ke.

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  19. Isn't Carole Danjuma Calabar/Akwa ibom. Tuface's wife? And so on. I have two Calabar friends, it is all a myth.nigerians and their myths. The only difference I noticed is they are submissive and very feminine. Not aggressive or quick to anger as ladies from other tribes.

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    1. Akwa Ibom people are not Calabar people, take note.

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    2. Reread, I have two Calabar friends. It is all a myth. I don't see men rushing to marry them.

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  20. Isn't Carole Danjuma Calabar/Akwa ibom. Tuface's wife? And so on. I have two Calabar friends, it is all a myth.nigerians and their myths. The only difference I noticed is they are submissive and very feminine. Not aggressive or quick to anger as ladies from other tribes.

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  21. Isn't Carole Danjuma Calabar/Akwa ibom. Tuface's wife? And so on. I have two Calabar friends, it is all a myth.nigerians and their myths. The only difference I noticed is they are submissive and very feminine. Not aggressive or quick to anger as ladies from other tribes.

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  22. Isn't Carole Danjuma Calabar/Akwa ibom. Tuface's wife? And so on. I have two Calabar friends, it is all a myth.nigerians and their myths. The only difference I noticed is they are submissive and very feminine. Not aggressive or quick to anger as ladies from other tribes.

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  23. Calabar/akwaibom is over hype abeg.

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    1. Kill yaself. We bad like that. We no hot na so my yoruba hubby leave him Igbo girlfriend come marry me?

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  24. Why is Isabella agbor ojong ayuk and get sister esame not married yet after all the prostitution in abuja, nonsense

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