- Moet opens up on why she is yet to settle down with any man
- According to her, she hasn’t found a sensible man to marry
- The actress explained that she isn’t ready to grow with any man
Renowned Nigerian Actress, Moet Abebe, opened up about her relationship status, confidently stating that she remains single at 34 due to the lack of understanding exhibited by most men.
The actress bemoaned that most guys “don’t have sense,” adding that she hasn’t yet met a “sensible man.”
She unmasked the societal pressures that often confine women, prioritizing her happiness and self-growth over settling with just any man, while challenging the stereotypes imposed upon women to nurture a grown man.
She talked on a recent episode of the podcast Bahd and Boujee, co-hosted by reality personality Tolanibaj.
Moet said: “I’m still single because I’ve issue with men. My issue with men is that they don’t have sense.”
Actor Daniel Etim-Effiong, who also appeared on the show, suggested for Moet to find a man she can nurture, but she replied that she isn’t ready to “baby” any man.
In another one of her podcasts, Moet Abebe revealed that“she can’t date a man that lives on the mainland”
Moet Abebe presented her viewpoint on dating, specifically in the context of physical location in Nigeria, during a podcast talk with Tolani Baj, a former Big Brother Naija competitor.
Moet Adebe stated unequivocally that she could not picture herself dating a man from Nigeria’s mainland and that she would only consider dating someone from the island. Her point of view on the subject has created debate and piqued the interest of her followers and the wider public.
Tolani Baj, on the other hand, expressed a more open viewpoint during the podcast conversation.
She stated that the location of a potential spouse was not a top priority for her. What was more important to her was the person’s willingness and capacity to be there when required, regardless of where they were.
Moet Abebe gave a practical counterargument, pointing out that if she lived on the island and her spouse stayed on the mainland, the difficulties of commuting could make spending time together difficult.