Angela Eguavoen: “Men and women are scum, just find a scum worth it”

Actress, Angela Eguavoen has has labelled both men and women as scums, as she advised a followers just to find a person worth their time.

Taking to her social media page, the highly talented actress gave the advise to her followers, as she told people to refrain from self deceit.

See what she wrote below;

“Men are scum!
Women are scum!
I am done with men.
I am done with women.
Yen yen yen
Las las we can’t do without each other, let’s stop deceiving ourselves; we’re stuck here together wallai. Most of you that decided to switch to same gender have now realized that cheating/scum is even worse on the other side.
Both gender are scum nor worry. Just find you a scum that’s worth it. You get it abi? Okaybye”

It can be recalled that Angela Eguavoen recently called out people who always celebrate male celebrity success but criticize female celebrities to acquire properties.

According to her, people always question the source of income of female celebrities anytime they acquire luxury but fail to ask the same questions for the male celebrities.

Below is what she has to say;

“If na woman flaunt the kind house wey don jazzy just acquire now, internet for don burst two seconds”

“Them go say na man she sleep with take get the house. Them go begin cook up rubbish and foolish lies. Set awon “where una dey see this money?”

“You all don’t see the stress, the hustle, the late nights, early mornings and hard times. Enemies of progress, bitter souls, feasting on just the wins”.

“Congratulations to all the women that stay winning notwithstanding, Congratulations to all the hardworking strong women, you keep killing it. well done. You all rock, You all are stars and rare gem” — Actress Angela Eguavoen reacts after Don Jazzy acquired a new mansion.

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