Controversial Nollywood Actress Esther Nwachukwu has explained why she prefers dating married men over single ones.
Esther revealed in a recent interview that married men take better care of their ladies than single men, even if she admitted she isn’t dating a married man right now but would be happy to if given the chance.
“I am not dating a married man but if I see one, I will date him. They (married men) are less stressed and they take care of women better than single guys. If a married man has a girlfriend, he would take care of the girl. But, single guys have divided attention; they are always jumping from one woman to the other.”
Esther revealed the strategies she uses to avoid being caught by her lover’s wife and whether or not she is concerned about being humiliated or attacked for dating a married man.
“One just has to respect the boundaries, and don’t interfere in his marriage. As a ‘side chic’, one should not call him when he is at home. As long as he is taking care of one, one does not need to blackmail him with his family. It is when one disrespects the family that it becomes dangerous.
“Whether I date a married man or not, a side chic will date my husband. It is normal. It is the nature of men to cheat. The important thing is for him to respect me.”
The actress went on to say that she deliberately creates controversy on social media in order to gain popularity.
“I am not a prostitute. I just decided to become controversial because I wanted to trend. I have been to so many auditions, but in the end, if one does not have money to produce one’s own movie or pay directors to give one a lead role, one would keep being a ‘handbag’ (being relegated). That is now what I want. I have auditioned for Big Brother Nigeria more than six times. I even got to the final stage but they did not pick me.
“I have also been in Nollywood with nothing to show for it. It is either the director wants to sleep with one in exchange for a role, or one had to pay money, which I considered to be nonsense. That was why I decided to become controversial.”