Stella Dimoko Actor Alexx Ekubo Says Being A Man Is Not Easy....


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Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Actor Alexx Ekubo Says Being A Man Is Not Easy....

 This sounds like a shade to women!...


  1. You can join bobrisky directly. We know indirectly you are with him.

  2. Alex nobody is stopping you from applying foundation or putting on a pink coloured wig, do your thing brother.

  3. @ikoyilekkiajah_to_let10 November 2021 at 11:09


  4. I don’t believe a man has to be fine or handsome.

  5. Not true. There are lots of women who don't use those things you mentioned too and are beautiful. Wig, make up etc. Team natural.
    There is nothing difficult about it.

    Besides God gave you all fuller eyebrows and eyelashes, beards too which is like for you guys, so stop nagging!😋

    1. * fuller eyebrows....which is like makeup for you guys*

  6. At some point, the wigs and make up come off. 'Probably and partly why the shoe goes to the other foot in the course of the relationship. Which is to say, the men often have the upper hand.

  7. Alexander, you shared your opinion, let me share mine:
    That wig he mentioned there is the ugliest thing in the arsenal of women when they dress.
    They want to be like Caucasians, right?
    It makes those look so unnatural and bizarre.
    I wear my beautiful afro with pride. That is the way God has made me and he did not make any mistake.
    Most of my Caucasian friends and classmates who are of same age with me or even older are tanning their skins
    to be like mine. They say that we are so blessed to retain a healthy and firm skin as the years roll by.
    It is inferiority complex and non-contentment that makes ladies join that craze of bleaching and sewing wigs.
    Psalms 139:14 I am fearfully and wonderfully made and that is God's verdict.
    Song of S 1:5 I am dark, yet lovely 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

    1. Those Caucasian friends of yours have inferiority complex. They should also stay the way God made them.

      I am fair yet lovely 😊 😀😀

    2. Anon 11:24

      - White people tan to look biracial, not to look like negros. There's a difference.

      - Do you think it's also inferiority complex & non-contentment that make your caucasian friends tan their skin? Do you criticise them as such or do you only have the will to criticize your fellow black women?

      - Do you see women of other races condemn their fellow women for wearing hair extensions, altering their complexion (tanning), etc.?

      - Do you wear any makeup? Artificial nails? Lashes?

      Na question I ask o. Just curious

      By the way, I keep my natural hair as well. But I wear makeup sometimes, fix nails & lashes occasionally so I have no right to criticise others. Even I didnt wear anything artificial, I still would never look down on others for their choices. My opinion.

      I am Dark AND Lovely 😊😊

    3. @Rose and Lilly
      I did not praise them for tanning, did I? Yes, it is inferiority complex
      What I wrote above is "contentment"
      Be content the way God made you.
      And please Rosie, I am not "black" per se. I just like the way I am. In the States, and most western world
      I am referred to as "African," black or whatever. But in Nigeria, it is different.
      So sheath your swords 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁
      Just think about Monalisa of Nollywood, she is still referred to as "black" in the States. Funny, right?
      So, Rose, you are "black" 😁😁😁😁😁

    4. 13.53
      You sha haven't answered the questions posed at you.
      Do you wear artificial nails, lashes, make up?

    5. @Lilly
      I don't wear anything artificial. Go and read the songs of Solomon and Ezekiel 16 and 1 Timothy 2 to find out how ladies enhance their natural beauty. "My hands are strong for their task," (search) no time for those "artificial nails" 😁😁
      That word "condemnation" is only in your head not in my comments. If I don't like something, it is my right to state it.

    6. Lol... thanks for the response.
      You referring me to the bible is random & unnecessary though because I simply asked for your personal habits. Anyway I have come to accept how religion replaces logic for most. Have a good night/day

    7. @Lily
      I don't even see any "logic' in our discourse today. I said "I don't like A"
      Isn't that enough PERSONAL opinion?
      I did not write "Jesus does not like A"
      I wrote "I don't like A"
      Please read me and know when I refer to the Lord or to myself.
      And above all, read me without the "religious" biases. I talk about a person; Jesus
      and not religion.
      I was brought up in and followed religion for 18 years of my life and it only gave me sin and sorrows.
      When I met A PERSON; JESUS, I found peace.
      Good night dear. 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

    8. 1. "Go and read the songs of Solomon and Ezekiel 16 and 1 Timothy 2 to find out how ladies enhance their natural beauty."
      You referred me to the bible up there. What then are u denying?

      2. "I talk about a person; Jesus
      and not religion."
      You quoted a part of scripture that had nothing to do with Jesus though. That was you talking religion, not Jesus

      3. Above all, I dont care about ur relationship with Jesus nor do I care for ur beliefs. I only asked 4 simple questions.

      Learn to separate secular conversations from religious/spiritual ones. You come off as trying very hard to prove some point no one cares about. I'm a faceless person on the net. why do you care to explain your religious stand to me when I didnt even ask in any way? My questions had nothing to do with all that neither did the originating topic. It's confusing & mind boggling tbh.

      Just four questions. QED

  8. In other words, you don't blame the men who change their body to make money

  9. I'm trying so hard right now to figure out ur point.

    Ada ohafia

  10. Oya , ladies let's prove him wrong, can we show our real faces Without makeup??

    1. I am not proving anything to anyone, I unapologetically love good makeup on ladies not mmonwu ulaga kind of! I love good wigs too.

    2. So he can see there are pretty ones without make up.

  11. This is what passes for words of wisdom from this himbo

  12. You are very right Alex. I like the way I can change my looks. You can easily switch things up. Different versions depending on my mood, the occasion. Yeah, its beautiful being a female.

  13. Your bestie wears wig

    1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  14. Songs of Solomon 1:5 “I am black and beautiful, You daughters of Jerusalem, Like the tents of Kedar, Like the curtains of Solomon.

  15. Alex come out already you know you are dying to sway us with your frontal hair, high heel shoe and your two rounded balls on the chest. 😁😁😁

  16. Small talk, guy no man is ugly.

  17. Alex mumhen, hope u are not talking from a place of pain, i hope u are trying to shade fancy, cos baby gal issa goal.

  18. Being a man is more sweeter than been a woman. Sometimes, I as a lady get tired of fixing and wigs bcus I do feel heat, wearing bra and having menstrual camps is not easy. We are also in the generation whereby women now work for their money. Most women that want to relax and be taken care off ended in the arms of Ned Nwoko and short fuse Femi fani kayode. Alex, u need to thank God for been a man bcus African society is a patrichial society.

  19. We don hear you sir.Nobody is stopping u from applying makeup and wearing a dress.."Live ur truth,man"" Osheyyy baddest

  20. Why are you all angry? Lol
    How many of you still look good without make up??


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