Actress Juliet Ibrahim says men should not wait for independent women to make demands

Actress Juliet Ibrahim says men should not wait for independent women to make demands

- Top Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, recently took to social media to advise men in relationships with independent women

- According to the film star, men just had to do things for those kind of women because they would not ask

- Juliet also noted that independent women would sort themselves out instead of waiting for their man

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Beautiful top Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, recently shared a word of advice on social media.

According to the actress, men who are in relationships with independent women need to know how to do things for them without waiting to be asked.

Actress Juliet Ibrahim says men should not wait for independent women to make demands
Juliet Ibrahim states fact about independent women Photo credit: @julietibrahim
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Stating her reason, the film star continued that such women would not ask and just go ahead to sort themselves.

The stunning movie star accompanied her caption with beautiful photos of herself in a beach hat and a cute dress.

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She wrote:

"If you’re dating an independent female you just gotta do things for her without asking or waiting for her to ask because she’ll do it herself."

See the post below:

Fans of the actress took to the comment section to agree with her statement.

Here's what some of them had to say:

Angelthebrand:

"Yes oh."

Jesutitomi:

"Hmmm. I want an independent lady."

Misserene_ewura:

"Correct caption."

Martha_collections_20:

"True."

Miz_linagh:

"I agree with you."

Olomo_deeno:

"I’d just let her do it herself.... I’m independent too and I don’t like when people invade my plans. I’m sure she already planned to do whatever it is."

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Juliet Ibrahim took to social media to preach against racism, tribalism, colorism, and segregation.

The curvy actress also spoke about how many Africans do not regard her as being black because she is light-skinned with curly hair, meanwhile, whenever she travelled abroad, people referred to her as a black woman.

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According to her, that is the kind of mindset people are still fighting to correct today. She also reiterated that she is a black woman.

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