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Saturday 25 August 2018

Why Many Women In The UK Love Nigerian Men - Singer, Gee4 Discloses

A Nigerian singer, Gee4 has revealed why many women in the United Kingdom actually love Nigerian men Gee4, a fast rising singer, who currently shuttles between Nigeria and the United Kingdom told Saturday Beats that contrary to the popular belief that Nigerian men are seen in a bad light abroad,  women in UK love to be in relationships with Nigerian men.
The singer who currently has a child with a Briton told Saturday Beats that most British women love to date Nigerian men because they consider them to be very caring.
He said, “They like Nigerian men. In the United Kingdom, people don’t disrespect Nigerians or think we are all fraudsters. A lot of people I know like to hang out with me because I am a Nigerian. They believe Nigerians know how to take care of women, especially Yoruba men. They also know that we are talented, hardworking and go-getters.”
Although the reward for his music is gradually paying off, he told Saturday Beats that his childhood was not a rosy one because he lost his mother when he was six years old and his father was never there for him. “I lost my mother when I was very young, precisely six years old and I didn’t grow up knowing my father. I was raised by my grandma. My mother died after a brief illness. I am cool with my father; he loves my music and he is proud of me.

“The fact that I did not grow up with my parents has inspired me a lot because it was actually tough for me at that time but it taught me to be hardworking. I was living with my grandma until 2001 when she passed on; I was still in secondary school. I had to grow up quickly by doing menial jobs like painting, selling phones at Computer Village in Ikeja, Lagos, among other kinds of odd jobs. It was not a smooth journey for me at all. I had to do many things to survive. At times, I would not go to school for three weeks because I was working to make a living but I am grateful to God for where I am today,” Gee4 said.

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