Nollywood actor and producer, Success John has narrated how he almost married an older women, who has been married 9 times.
The beautician turned-actor disclosed in an interview with Saturday Beats. When asked if he could marry a woman far older than him.
Success John said: “I almost married an older woman 10 years ago. Actually, two were pressurising and offering me plenty of money to marry them.
Speaking further the entrepreneur said: “One was a Muslim who wanted to take me to Mecca. In her words, ‘if you agree to marry me and convert to Islam, I will make you rich forever. As you can see, Alhaji, my husband, is dead’. I quickly told her to allow me think about it, and that’s how I ran for my life and she never saw me again.
Afterwards, I met another elderly woman who was old enough to be my mother. At first, she came as a client and was purchasing my beauty products with a very huge amount. After a while, she requested we go for a date. It didn’t take much time that I discovered she was an Echankar (Erkhist). She was very rich in billions. She said if I agreed to marry her, she would take me to any country of my choice and make me wealthy, and I should also join her religion.
She added that she had been married nine times to younger and older men, but she preferred younger guys because ‘they do all the magic in bed’. She also said what he loved most about me was my pointed nose and kissable lips. I told her to give me three days to think about it. Na so I Japa (run). So, my answer is no. I cannot marry an older woman, even one year older than me.”
Many actors sexually harassed by homosexuals
The actor who is also known as Dr Success, earlier revealed that many actors suffer sexual harassment in the hands of homosexual men in the movie industry.
“I am very well informed that such (homosexuality) exists in the industry because I have received many of such complains. However, I am not homophobic. Many friends and colleagues have told me about how they were sexually harassed by some gay actors, directors and producers in their bid to get movie roles and become stars. Some said they gave in because they did not have alternatives; while some that did not budge eventually had to leave the industry,” he said.