By Ayo Onikoyi
On-the-rise Yoruba actress, Bridget Amos has clear ideas about what she wants in her career and she seems to know exactly how to go about getting them. In one past interview with Potpourri, the busty Kwara State-born beauty said she loves setting certain standards for herself, and unlike many of her peers, she would produce only one film per year.
As cocky and as sure of herself as she is, Bridget seems to have issues with matters of the heart. In a recent post on Instagram, the actress vented her frustrations with loving a man and satisfying one.
“What do you really want? So complicated and confusing to please,” she wrote, questioning men on her list.
“If you try to please them, you are cheap; if you make love to them you are a love peddler; if you don’t, you are playing hard to get; if you show them love you are too emotional. If you give them attention, you are bugging them, and if you don’t, you are with other men. If you dress sexy you are attracting other men, if you don’t, you are awkward and local. If you cook; wash their clothes, you are desperate of getting married, if you don’t , you are not a wife material”
Continuing: “If you’re independent you are chasing other men; if you are dependent you are a liability. If you try to satisfy them in bed you are a sex addict; if you don’t, you are making sex boring. If you get pregnant you want to trap them down; if you don’t, you have damaged your womb. If you are beautiful, you can’t stay with one man; if you are not, you are not up to the standard; if you ask for money you are too demanding and if you don’t, you are forming”. Then, she hits the nail on the head, “they think we can’t do without them. At times, I don’t think they know what they want”.