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Women Who Show Nudity Not Taken Serious By Most Men– Gasmilla
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Gasmilla has joined the ‘war’ against nudity, and indicated that women who bleach and show nudity are not taken serious by most men.

According to the musician, born Odartei Milla Lamptey, men only use such women to satisfy their sexual gratifications and then abandon them. He explained that men never consider such women as marriage materials.

Gasmilla, who was advising young women against showing nudity on Net2 TV and Oman FM on Friday, observed that some women always think that wearing long Brazilian wigs and clothing that reveal their nudity are surest tickets to finding a man to marry.

But, he said that is never true. “When men are ready to marry, they look at character,” he pointed out.

“Please it is not wearing of clothes to showcase your body that will make a man love you. If a man will love you, it is not about that. It is your character a man looks at and also how you carry yourself as a well-cultured lady or woman. The time you waste to bleach, wear different clothes to show nudity and buy Brazilian wigs, invest that time on working on your character. It is when you have a good character that a man will stick to you. If you don’t have a good character, men will only exploit you and go,” he said.

Gasmilla’s advice on nudity comes at the time most Ghanaians are criticising Ebony Resigns over what she wears on stage and in public.

He, however, didn’t single out any particular person or mentioned names. He only gave a general advice to those who are into the business of showing nudity in public.

Source: Daily Guide

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