Princess Shyngle Says, ‘A 35-Year-Old Comfortable, Cheating And Unmarried Man Is Bisexual’
The actress claims that these males are to blame for all of women’s heartbreaks.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Princess Shyngle, a Ghanaian actress, has said that any single 35-year-old male who is known to be a serial cheat is bisexual.
On Friday, December 3, 2021, the actress shared her thoughts on her Instagram page.
“Any man I repeat any man who is doing good in life, is comfortable and in 35 above but not married or never been married but is constantly changing women every minute like pants is a bisexual man and is in love with a young man somewhere 😂🤣😂,” she wrote.
“Most of y’all are the reason there is a lot of single women out there and y’all just using women as cover-ups breaking their hearts and wasting their time. Yes, I said it come and beat me 😂🤣😂 start living your truth and get out of that damn closet 😎“
The actress has a history of making unusual and occasionally shocking remarks.
Princess Shyngle is a Gambian actress who was born in the United States. She became a celebrity after placing third in the Next Movie Star Africa competition.
She went on to appear in other Nollywood and Ghanaian films.
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