Watch Jim Iyke’s Future Wife talk dirty…(Blank Stare)

| December 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Like someone said in one of the comments “You can’t turn a H*e into a Housewife”. Who really cares about Jim Iyke and his side piece? , but then i read an interview where Jim Iyke is blasting Nigerian Women. Read Below: “I have nothing against the Nigerian woman.

As a matter of fact, I think some of the most beautiful women are in Nigeria, and indeed Africa in general. But I have made my choice, and my choice is a Jamaican woman, someone who has come to understand and appreciate me for who I am .

I do have my grouse with the Nigerian woman, though. Our women often go by the dictates and symbol of status, parental influence or pedigree as opposed to substance. I struggle hard to make them understand who I am, but I am always unsuccessful.

I am tired of that struggle. I have come to realize that it is better to deal with a foreign woman. With our women, you struggle to define yourself. Foreign women are willing to take you for who you are, as opposed to what you are, which our women tend to emphasize.

If I am in a relationship with a Nigerian, and I am seen outside chatting up another girl – innocently, with no strings attached, I will have a lot of explanation to make to gain back her trust – even though I have nothing romantic to do with that woman.

It’s always a struggle to prove that you are not the person the society has defined you to be, and I am really tired of that struggle.” So as you can see, Jim Iyke has a problem with Nigerian women being “normal” and having “dignity” so what does he do? Get himself a girl that’s pretty much been around the block (few times). [b][/b]Blank Stare)
Like someone said in one of the comments “You can’t turn a H*e into a Housewife”. Who really cares about Jim Iyke and his side piece? , but then i read an interview where Jim Iyke is blasting Nigerian Women. Read Below: “I have nothing against the Nigerian woman.

As a matter of fact, I think some of the most beautiful women are in Nigeria, and indeed Africa in general. But I have made my choice, and my choice is a Jamaican woman, someone who has come to understand and appreciate me for who I am .

I do have my grouse with the Nigerian woman, though. Our women often go by the dictates and symbol of status, parental influence or pedigree as opposed to substance. I struggle hard to make them understand who I am, but I am always unsuccessful.

I am tired of that struggle. I have come to realize that it is better to deal with a foreign woman. With our women, you struggle to define yourself. Foreign women are willing to take you for who you are, as opposed to what you are, which our women tend to emphasize.

If I am in a relationship with a Nigerian, and I am seen outside chatting up another girl – innocently, with no strings attached, I will have a lot of explanation to make to gain back her trust – even though I have nothing romantic to do with that woman.

It’s always a struggle to prove that you are not the person the society has defined you to be, and I am really tired of that struggle.” So as you can see, Jim Iyke has a problem with Nigerian women being “normal” and having “dignity” so what does he do? Get himself a girl that’s pretty much been around the block (few times).

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