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#KingisComing! Adesua Etomi, Reminisce, Sola Sobowale, Omoni Oboli, Osas Ighodaro to star in Kemi Adetiba’s “King of Boys”



Last year, ace filmmaker Kemi Adetiba revealed she had a new movie in the works and to say the least, we were pretty excited.

Fast forward 2018, she made the official announcement that her film titled “King of Boys was going to be released this year, and this left us wondering which actors were going to make up the cast.

Thankfully, we don’t have to wonder anymore as movie and music stars have been sharing photos on their various Instagram pages letting us know they are featuring in the movie.

The movie will feature stars such as Adesua Etomi, Reminisce, Sola Sobowale, Omoni Oboli, Osas Ighodaro, Akin Lewis, Nedu, Paul Sambo, Toni Tones, Ademola Adedoyin and many more.

See their photos below:

Omoni Oboli

Adesua Etomi


Sola Sobowale

Demola Adedoyin

Toni Tones

Osas Ighodaro


Akin Lewis

Paul Sambo

Sani Muazu

Photo Credit: @kingofboysmovie


  1. Amy

    January 17, 2018 at 4:13 pm

    Geh Geh!! lol Can’t wait

  2. nonsense

    January 17, 2018 at 4:17 pm

    God created man and woman on different levels
    They are humans but with different roles

    Why the need to fight men on their own role?
    Stay on your lane and achieve what you are meant to achieve

    WHICH ONE IS KING OF BOYS? very predictable that a lady will be the king of boys

    Any time i see instagram names of ladies like KINGijeoma, kingchioma, kingbisola…i get turned off. What is meant for females is the role of Queens not KINGS.

    You all are so confused that you keep striving for what is not needful

    The sky is so wide mehn…Whether you are a man or woman, you can achieve whatever you need to achieve. King of boys ko, Queen of girls ni

    Nonsense and ingredients

    • Im here for Kemi Adetiba

      January 17, 2018 at 4:38 pm

      Im so glad you signed your name as NONSENSE since this is exactly what you’re chatting; NONSENSE! Have you seen the film? NO! Have you read the script? NO! Did the writer personally discuss the script with you? NO! But somehow in your infinite wisdom you managed to decode the ENTIRE storyline and premise of the film from just a title and pictures of the cast! She did a series titled King Woman so that DEFINITELY what this film is about too abi? Full hands for you o! Abeg shift let us see front with your self righteous BS. mchewwww

    • A-nony

      January 17, 2018 at 5:01 pm

      Sorry. No vex.

    • Sweetzie

      January 17, 2018 at 5:10 pm

      I’m a woman and I totally agree!

    • King Bae

      January 17, 2018 at 5:20 pm

      I feel the same way too, abi oooo

    • bee

      January 17, 2018 at 5:22 pm

      why you gotta say my name though-bisola like why?

    • Wendy

      January 17, 2018 at 6:57 pm

      Apart from the fact that you didn’t make much sense, is this even necessary? I saw King of Boys and thought “Witty title, movie must be about some area fada or area moda (which exist)…” But I see insecurity has made you and others turn it into another gender wars rumble in the jungle.

      Well, since we’re here, why not?
      1. In my language(and many others). King is not gender specific. Queen translates to wife of king. A female king is just that, a king. Most of your gender-related biases are religion influenced.
      2. You are assuming everyone believes in God and the ‘roles’ He made for women. Maybe humans are just from science? p.s. I’m a believer.
      3. Speaking of those roles. Where are they stated in your holy book outside of the premise of marriage?
      4. Lastly, people that speak as you do try to pretend that these separate and different roles are somewhat of equal importance/relevance, so there’s no need to aspire to masculinity.
      Check this: for a woman, calling herself king is seen as overly ambitious and breaching her bounds (literally), yet if a man were to call himself a queen, he is seen as lesser than and sissified. Why? Aren’t women strong, organized, and rock of our society?
      Continue to deceive yourselves.

      Kemi, please continue to write whatever tf you want to write… just let it have substance. Finito.

    • Cocolette

      January 17, 2018 at 7:31 pm

      @nonsense… I agree! Why do women strive to be Kings? Are Queens any less than kings? Are women any less than men? The whole thing is tiring.

    • Jummy

      January 17, 2018 at 8:00 pm

      Wendy you’re a believer? Hmm who wudda thought?

    • Wendy

      January 17, 2018 at 8:22 pm

      @Jummy, yes please go on and make this about me or your perception of me. Your thoughts are a very relevant contribution to the conversation… care to expatiate?

    • jade

      January 17, 2018 at 10:13 pm

      it looks like Kemi Adetiba is really trying to compete with men. Even to dressing like one of the boys at Banky’s wedding. So unnecessary.
      Her series, “king women” was one of the best I’ve watched.

    • Oy

      January 18, 2018 at 1:03 am

      Guys I think you should do a bit of research. My unity in her early 60’s/ late 50’s spoke about “king of boys”. She said anyone in her age group that lived in Ibadan should know. He was notorious and I can’t remember his name it may be Adedibu or so. Ask around
      If I’m right this movie is
      a biopic/autobiography with history in it

      Let’s not be quick to attack Kemi and project our prejudices

      I may be wrong oh!!! What do I know
      Research is key
      2018 don’t jump into the wild see of conclusions- you’ll drown oh.
      What do I know 😀

    • Wendy

      January 18, 2018 at 3:43 am

      @Jade: cognitive dissonance much?
      And speaking of which, to the saint second-guessing my belief system, I hope it’s because I leave comments that may be considered tart? If it’s the science and God statement, I’d like to inform you that both are in no way contradictory.

    • CrazyWorld

      January 18, 2018 at 3:58 am

      Wendy your ignorance is showing o! I don’t know what the guy up there is talking about but you are saying nonsense!

      Meaning of Queen:
      the female ruler of an independent state, especially one who inherits the position by right of birth

      Queen doesn’t mean wife of a king alone. You just don’t want to identify with being a female. You feel being male is being strong so you attach. You are part of the problem

    • Wendy

      January 18, 2018 at 5:14 am

      @Crazyworld: lol. You’re not quite bright now, are you? Why are you yelling the definition of a Queen in English at me? I said in my language… I’m Nigerian, is my language English? For someone quoting the dictionary, you lack basic comprehension skills. Goodbye. NEXT.

    • Lailatu

      January 18, 2018 at 9:56 am

      Guess the woman calling themselves “king women” have not heard that the most powerful monarch in the world is a queen!

    • nonsense

      January 18, 2018 at 9:59 am

      It is so great to see the kind of reactions this comment has generated.

      For those who are not matured enough to give constructive criticism, but to result into abuse, we are not on the same level! I leave you to wallow at your level!

      Fighting with men over a common nomenclature means you are vission-less. goal-less and what have you? i wonder why Queen Elizabeth didn’t strive to be named king Elizabeth.

      Oh, look no further why relationships and marriages are crashing like a speed of light in this age. This is because people dont know their roles. How did our parents do it? many of you, your parents are still together cos they know their roles and they stayed in them. Two drivers can never drive a car at the same time, the car must crash! Two pilots can never pilot the affairs of the plane at the same time, due to difference of opinion and route to take, the plane must definitely crash land. Reason they are called co-pilot.

      For those who care to listen, you cannot be the *king and Queen* of your relationship, marriage or work place at the same time. THIS IS DEEP IF YOU UNDERSTAND IT!

      Ladies, go and be successful, go make giant strides, go and invent, create, establish, found businesses, employ people, solve human problems, put smiles on faces, have kids and husband (if you want), make yourself happy, serve God……Aren’t these some of the things that can occupy an individual?

      Fighting with men on their roles, to me, scream that someone is intimidated, someone feels lesser, someone is insecure….and feels the need to strive with him to get his roles.

      Life isnt worth all the stress. I cant recollect all the big madam them in this country fighting to be kings…Okonjo, Dezzieani, Alakija, Bola Shagaya, Dantata….They are all busy making things happen and making money. Who has time for nonsense, worthless fight over who is King?


      nonsense and ingredients

    • Damilola

      January 18, 2018 at 12:15 pm

      In your attempt to sound enlightened, you ended up being foolish. Leave it to Nigerians to like things without thorough thought process.

      I agree, “nonsense” might have jumped into conclusion about the movie because nothing there stated it’s a men vs women fight storyline. However, all the other things you wrote is pure nonsense.
      If king is not a specific gender role, does that apply to Queen or princess as well. Should men and boys walk around calling themselves that too to prove a point. If that’s the case, do you dress in men’s suits, haircut, manly voice, go around hunting for men or suddenly have a penis to prove hey I can be a man too. If you are a man, do you walk around in skirts, dresses or suddenly grow boobs to prove you can be a woman too. I don’t expect a man to get pregnant, and breastfeed. These roles are there for a reason. Separation of these roles is important, otherwise it will be a chaotic world. Let’s stop all these rada rada confusion and focus on the real message.

      Yes, some of these roles were created by human(mostly men) to oppress and suppress. There are different roles and all are just as important. The fight shouldn’t be how equal but how important and valuable. Just like how water is not equal to salt/sugar/spice but both are just as important, needed to make a delicious meal. If I want to prove I’m just as equally qualified, capable for a job as my male counterparts, get the job done and let it speak for itself. Calling myself a king now is unnecessary. I don’t even call myself a queen.

      “Not everyone believes in God, and it might be science”. This must be a comedy line. Science didn’t get here by itself, it was created. Just like babies don’t magically happen. All the things around us, whether the airplanes, the computers we use didn’t just happen, someone created these things.

    • Wendy

      January 18, 2018 at 3:41 pm

      All I still see here are stories and narratives that pander to the male ego. Not new.
      And of course a round of applause to the numerous people that have comprehension issues… I wonder if it’s a side effect of having your heads so far up the male gender’s derrière you can’t even pay attention anymore.
      I clarified my science statement but no, please educate us more. And even when you’re done, not everyone is obligated to accept our believe is God as truth so yeah… your different roles by God story won’t fly with everyone.
      And how did i try to sound enlightened? I kept things simple, my first reference was even to my indigenous language. So I’m wondering what it is about my comment that made me sound pretentious? Cos I can clearly state my case without appealing to religion? You’re cute.

      My summary is this… women can want to be men all they want, there are no divine rules against that. All of you will still gather and buy the nonsense ‘think like a man’ book… yet come at people like Kemi with plenty grammar. SHIFT.

    • Wendy

      January 18, 2018 at 3:49 pm

      Lmao! And I love that @nonesense response entire epistle of a response was totally based on MARRIAGE.
      Ha! Whoever did this to Nigerian women deserves the hottest spot in hell.
      I’m still waiting for ONE person to tell me what binds a woman from taking on any roles outside of the premise of marriage.

    • Damilola

      January 18, 2018 at 7:28 pm

      If you don’t want to appeal to the male ego and religion(God is not religion, religion is man made) then come up with logical points not an emotional rant. Some women formulate their opinion based on how badly men treated them, their hearts been broken, insecure men let’s put all that pettiness aside. And you are actually feeding more into men’s ego than what you think. Unfortunately, with that type of mindset underneath it all is insecurity and inferiority. So, you want to prove so much that you can be a man, is that a way to validate your existence and identity. Which means women should still strive to be something else(male gender) in order to show their strength and capabilities. The interesting part is, strong, independent women or should I say real feminists don’t speak so irrational. Michelle Obama,Margaret Thatcher, Oprah, Hilary Clinton, Angela Markel, some of our mothers didn’t base their journey on trying to be a man. I don’t remember HIlary clinton wearing men clothing, speak deep to prove how manly she can also be. The focus has been equal pay in the workforce, equal education for girls, against sexual abuse where women often feel powerless, equal opportunities freedom and respect. No other group perpetuated these “men rules”, feeding into men’s ego than women themselves. If I choose to be a president today, let me have the freedom. If I choose not to get married or have children today, let me still be treated with respect not less.

      Yeah, people can choose whatever for their lives but to say there are no divine rules or there should be none is ludicrous Says who? You obviously didn’t create yourself neither did you or anyone else chose and made the biological organ you came in. When that happens let me know, maybe your rant will be more sensible. If there are no divine rules then human beings should come out from the womb with no biological organs or mixed ones(hermaphrodite). There are societal rules and some of them are rationally based on the biological structure of a person, roles(placed by men) and standard truth. Agnostic or creationist, no man has power to change the standard truth whether you agree with it or not. And to suggest to be genderless or roleless is pure insanity.
      I am a woman for a reason, a man is one for a reason, roles interchanged but each has roles specifically to them. Even in a gay relationship between two men, they both are not doing the same roles.

    • Wendy

      January 18, 2018 at 9:01 pm

      Lol. @Damilola, no insult intended but I wish I could get the time I spent reading through your response back. I thought I would find the answer to my question but no, you even ended it by referring to gy people, still talking relationships.
      I’ll ask again. Where in your holy book is there a specification for the roles of men and women in the world OUTSIDE OF THE CONFINES OF MARRIAGE?

      Now let me engage one of your preambles.
      “Michelle Obama, Margaret Thatcher, Oprah, Hilary Clinton, Angela Markel, some of our mothers didn’t base their journey on trying to be a man. I don’t remember Hilary Clinton wearing men clothing, speak deep to prove how manly she can also be”

      1. What feminist goes about dressing like men and speaking in deep voices? Why are you so given to ridiculous exaggerations? You seem intelligent, please learn to make your point without arm-waving hyperbolic additions.
      2. The first problem conservatives had with Hillary in the 90s was that she wore pantsuits as opposed to previous first-ladies who dressed ‘lady-like’ for the most part. They saw this as an acclaim for feminist views and a presidential (masculine) ambition.
      3. While some of you draw the line at a woman calling herself a king (which I repeat is a direct translation for queens in MANY languages), some people, draw this line at
      – Working: men are sole providers
      – Being outspoken: women should be seen not heard
      – Voting: in the past, it was the man’s role to cast a vote for his entire family. Your opinion as a single woman is then automatically not considered.
      – Education: refer back to the first point.
      In short, ALL arguments against the emancipation of women has been based off your point: the roles of men and women are different. Wherever you now choose to draw that line is what has been grayed out by people masquerading to be for the movement whereas the are straight-up sexist or have internalized their oppression so much they can see clearly.
      Lastly, all the women you mentioned above struggled to do what men did. Fought to have the same place they did. This coy, pandering to male-ego is in no way progressive.
      Let a woman walk her journey as an independent human however she wants. If her ambition is fueled by wanting to outdo all the men in her company, FINE. On the other hand, if it is inspired by women how have walked the same path and

    • Damilola

      January 18, 2018 at 11:04 pm

      I don’t feel insulted. You read it, that’s what is important. So whether you take back the time or not is irrelevant. You obviously didn’t read thoroughly to have full comprehension. The argument against the emancipation of women were rules enforced by “insecure, chauvisnistic men” and that itself is against humanity. So, to conclude my point is what some evil men based their action on is a very wrong assumption/judgment on your part. I’ve said it repeatedly, there’s an abuse of power, right in the course of this gender roles journey. Oppression/suppression has been used as a form of control.

      My argument against your point is, there will always be gender roles as long as we have biological organs. I am a woman, have gender roles but I don’t allow it to define or limit me. I can still kick butts in the boardroom. We all know the word king is reserved for a man, queen for woman. Elaborate on the language where We can call a man a woman, Vice versa because they look and act the same. Even when a woman ruled Egypt, she was named queen hasheptu where she did what any ruler of Egypt did, so it didn’t lower as a leader just differentiated the gender. I exaggerated a bit with trying to be a man but it’s not also too far from the extent men and women go nowadays to prove they can be the other gender too.

      Hilary wears suit pants majority of the time, so she did it her way not succumb to the “role”. Those conservatives have a distorted definition of how a woman should look and behave. I wear pants than dresses because that’s my preference/comfort. And nobody can make me feel less neither am I trying to prove anything.
      My point is, women be proud of being women, queens, wear your dresses and go kick butts in your heels too.

    • Wendy

      January 19, 2018 at 12:16 am

      Ah ah!! Now we’re talking! I’m taking your final response to mean that there are no God-given roles for women – because all we know about God are from the holy books right? Or we’re just going to infer?
      Since you’re Yoruba, I’ll pick an easy one. Oba is Oba in Yoruba. In places like Akure where they have female kings, they are still referred to as Oba. The Queen is ayaba – aya (wife) oba (king).
      How do you know the Queens of Egypt were referred to as ‘queens’. Aramic/Arabic translations may very well be different.
      What most people fail to see is that feminism is not a western trend. As we just in the American elections, the west may very well even be more backward than some developing world when it comes to gender issues. My passion for independence and a voice for myself started from reading about people like Mrs. Ransome-Kuti more than anything I saw on American TV.
      Anyways, please try to be more open. Let people be themselves. Kemi didn’t ask to be called he. She simply did a series using a translation from her mother’s dialect.
      I like that you want to wear heels and kick butt – I love women that slay in heels! You know who else I love? Women that are rough around the edges and want to work ‘manly’ jobs! Because either way, we are all fighting against a system designed to neglect us until it’s time to pop out babies. Your biology doesn’t define you! The only thing it defines is a PERSONAL part of your life when you choose to or not to reproduce. Outside of that, you’re human. Apply yourself. Follow your passion. Don’t let any roles and labels the SOCIETY has set be a mental block to you.

    • Damilola

      January 19, 2018 at 3:26 am

      The discussion is not about being open or close minded. My point is, women don’t have to “force” wanting to be a man to show they are not subjected to expected women’s roles and prove a point.
      I mean, there are female engineers, women doing jobs where they are definitely not wearing heels or dresses, rough around the edges but I won’t start classifying them as men. They are still women. And women have been doing so many things before feminism came in the picture raising kids themselves, going to farm cut down trees etc but I won’t suddenly call them men for that.

      This is where we differ, I believe biology defines a person, Biology is what makes me who I am, different from others whether it’s my genotype and phenotype,
      Then societal additional rules Is a different ball game

    • nonsense

      January 19, 2018 at 9:45 am

      God bless you Damilola

    • Wendy

      January 19, 2018 at 1:15 pm

      Alrighty then, continue to let your biology define you. Next time someone refuses you a job/housing cos of periods and pregnancies, or heck! because you’re a chick maybe you’ll rethink your stand.
      You speak as if you understand feminism and the struggles but you are adamant against the key driving factor of the ideaology: GIVING WOMEN THE RIGHT OF CHOICE. I think some women have gotten comfortable and think the rights they enjoy now did not come by FORCE.
      Look, as long as men are still seen as better, there will always be women who are motivated by being ‘like men’ (not being men, gender dysphoria is totally different issue I’m not even going to attempt to bring up here). And until the power structure equalizes, you’ll be decieving yourselves telling these people they are in the wrong.

      @Nonesense: best comment so far! Cheering from the sidelines definitely suits you best.

    • Ade

      January 19, 2018 at 1:37 pm

      Let me invite myself into this “feminists” warzone. Make una no chop my head off o, I’m innocent. Women should always remember they have more power, voice than they give themselves. Don’t just talk, take action. Three comments that caught my attention
      @Nonsense you came from a spiritual perspective which is very much applicable
      @Wendy Your perspective is, there are set roles for women but women don’t have to comply with them. Women should do whatever the hell they want. That’s understanding.
      @Damilola You are a gifted communicator. Your points are very clear and balanced.

    • Damilola

      January 19, 2018 at 11:13 pm

      It’s obvious you don’t read but like to argue on baseless foundation. Jump itchy to say the same thing. So, you are the one who understands feminism and women’s struggles? Your comments on here shows your limited understanding just a myopic viewpoint. I’m a member of the Massachusetts women’s Political caucus. These are the issues we deal with and take action on to make a change. No group does grassroots work the way we do. We fight for women’s right, respect and equal opportunities not all this extra pettiness. Since you know better than me, please donate to support this organization. Take action not just talk.

      I’ve reiterated myself, Biology, the aspect I’m coming from is different from the “rules” men have put in place to control women. It shouldn’t be that difficult to comprehend.

    • Damilola

      January 20, 2018 at 8:24 pm

      I didn’t see the need to explain this because I believe it’s common sense but let me elaborate. The biology I’m referring to is, women are physically built, wired differently than men whether we like to agree with it or not. Yes, men have used that in a negative way to oppress, limit women and excuse foolishness(It’s a different story). I believe there are certain jobs, roles men will naturally gravitate towards than women and even do better just like there are certain jobs/roles women will do better than men. This doesn’t cross out exceptions.
      So, if I work at a construction company, most likely will be given a role that requires less physical heavyweight duties unless I believe I can also be a laborer like my male colleague then I should be given that opportunity. The same with electricians, car mechanics, earth drillers, these are male dominated field just like children daycare business, hair braider not dresser(men can hook up a good weave now) is a female dominated field. Over the years, some traditional roles have mixed up which is good but there will always be roles that will be known to men just like some known to women and it shouldn’t be a problem.

  3. MO

    January 17, 2018 at 4:33 pm

    Toooooooooooooooooni tones’s!!!

    • King Bae

      January 17, 2018 at 5:20 pm

      She’s a hottie

  4. Temi

    January 17, 2018 at 5:25 pm

    Well at least two Wedding Party actors are in the film. Her directing could not have been that bad. We wait. Me and Anthony Joshua are rooting for you. ? Good luck Kem Kem. ?

  5. Awesome

    January 17, 2018 at 5:36 pm

    Which Wedding Party Actors? The Wedding Party we don’t want to see again…!! We are tired of all these Instagram actors and show movies !!

    • Temi

      January 17, 2018 at 7:02 pm

      Since you asked, Sola Sobowale and Adesua Etomi.

  6. Awesome

    January 17, 2018 at 5:37 pm

    At first, it was King Women, now the Women have finally become the King of Boys… It’s alright!!

  7. Sugamama

    January 17, 2018 at 5:56 pm

    You lot are just haters with no sense of direction. The title just says “King of Boys” and you have already written the plot and ending. Abi you people got the script and have read the story? Do you not see men and women alike in the movie? But no, jump to conclusions because she had a different project called King Women.
    The only thing you can say about Kemi is, she seems to like the word “king”.
    King on Miss Adetiba, please King on.

  8. Awesome

    January 17, 2018 at 6:08 pm

    @Sugamama – The Script is everywhere now… Alot of persons have read it, it has been circulating since. Can’t you see all of them in that pix reading it, if you know any of them in the pix above you can ask the person to show you…

    • Bolaji

      January 17, 2018 at 9:02 pm

      A lot of people. People.

    • Olope

      January 18, 2018 at 3:45 am

      Persons is right. Be slow to call people out.

    • Bolaji

      January 18, 2018 at 11:28 pm

      Where is the fun in that?

  9. Paul Sambo is a Hottie

    January 17, 2018 at 6:53 pm

    ☄️??? e i e i ooooo

    • Mawi

      January 18, 2018 at 12:32 am

      Thank you o, better person. While others are busy quarrelling over kemi and her king kini, all I see is Paul Sambo ? “hello bae. I like u”

  10. Sewa

    January 18, 2018 at 1:33 am

    Toni Tones… my gawd have mercy!!! *drinks ice water* *fans self* *faints*

  11. Drknite

    January 18, 2018 at 2:03 am

    Demola needs to get those feet manicured

    • Olope

      January 18, 2018 at 3:43 am

      You mean pedicured?

  12. How does it work please?

    January 18, 2018 at 5:08 am

    I see the same actors and and actresses over an over over over again.

    So I’m wondering, do audition ever take place with these people? Or do they just select who they want and get university students to the the waka pass roles?

    Sad because I know so many people with so much talent who can’t get a break, because they don’t ‘know anyone.’


      January 18, 2018 at 1:50 pm

      I TOTALLY AGREE. I love Mrs Banky W, but i am just tired of seeing her. We did not breathe during the BAAD buzz cos she and her man were everywhere.

  13. nonsense

    January 18, 2018 at 10:59 am

    BN, where is my comment
    you ate it abi even after it was posted?

  14. Mrs chidukane

    January 18, 2018 at 11:59 am

    I don’t know why men are easily threatened by women. Very insecure bunch. You say we can’t compete but how dare a woman call herself a king? It shouldn’t bother you nah since you claim to be all that. Men in dresses and makeup and even transgender women dont bother me. I don’t even know why this king woman project is still causing trouble. She clearly said it is a name in her mom’s dialect given to strong women who have greatly achieved. Men and women alike refer to such women by the name which is interpreted to mean King woman. Abeg Wendy, I endorse your comment.

    • nonsense

      January 19, 2018 at 9:56 am

      “Men are easily threatened by women”….Mrs Chidukane!!!

      Madam, is your husband threatened by you? Just personalize it and let us know?
      Threatened kwa? What does she want to have that i cannot have (or have)
      Thank God for her success and may she prosper more….but to be threatened? Haba
      I am not handicapped, i went to school, i went further than Bsc, i have potentials and talents, i know God…so what will hinder me from achieving what any other person has achieved (be it a man or woman)? I will work (currently doing), establish business (which i have) and serve God…why wont i be successful or be intimated by anyone else?

      We all know *that particular gender* that loves free money and prefer to have it on a platter of gold than work for it!!!!

    • Jade

      January 21, 2018 at 7:01 pm

      Well, insecure women are the ones who whine about men being intimidated by them. Who are you? Are you the only successful woman on earth. What do you even have that other women don’t have.
      If the men you meet, know are intimidated by success, it’s your fault. Make better judgment or change your circle.

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