Ghana’s hottest actress, Kisa Gbekle (@kisagbekle1), this evening advice her fellow ladies to respect themselves and raise their value as a woman. And also advised them to quit give guys more than they need.
The Ghanaian celebrity who is working very hard to put the Ghana movie industry On the globe, this morning took to her Facebook page to advise ladies on what to do to Make it In life now matter what there are going through.
Here is Kisa Gbekle’s Facebook Post :
“LADIES pls read this .
Introduction is not marriage💍! Boyfriend👨 is not Hubby! Fiancé is not Hubby💑! Living together is not marriage💑.
What is the problem here? Don’t you all know the meaning of marriage again:mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:? You have not been acknowledged, introduced to the world by him,with his family, yours , elders and clergy or court officials in waiting, you have not been given a ring💍 and you are calling him your Hubby👨”. This is not right on all levels . I’m not trying to judge but we need to respect ourselves .. Respect your parents👪 as well…Quit confusing these guys👨, quit giving them more than they are ready for, calm down with your desperation💋💋, raise your value!!! Know your damn worth!!! Today you visit, you leave toothbrush! Tomorrow you leave slippers👡👡! Yesterday you left shoes.Next tomorrow, you will leave a whole box of clothes .
Have you been asked out yet👀? Are you sure he is even ready ? Stop turning yourselves to free foods that could be eaten anytime by any man. Enough is Enough, be wise from today. AM I MAKING SENSE.!! He who keeps a woman in his house without paying her bride price is a kidnapper😂😂😂.Some girls need Jesus in their lives.I pray u receive sense🙅🙅 #Amen# Ask God to give you wisdom from above to guide your decisions
Kisa Gbekle hails from Aflao in the Volta region of Ghana, currently is not relenting in her quest to be one of Africa’s celebrated movie names.
From a humble beginning in Ghana’s movie industry, she’s now entered Nigeria’s Nollywood movie industry, becoming Ghana’s last export to Nollywood.
Kisa started as a musician then featured in the TV series, The Miser, Accra Runs, Accra Hustlers, Stand By Me, 8PM and others.
Source : Www.Dklassgh.com