Men shouldn’t pay attention to women’s body count BBNaija’s Modella – Esther Abimbola, popularly known as Modella, a Nigerian reality TV personality, believes that men should not be interested in their partners’ sexual histories.
In an interview with Saturday Beats, she stated that women don’t focus on men’s body count, therefore the favor should be reciprocated.
Modella said; “Females don’t pay attention to guys’ body count. Most times, it is men that take it seriously. Most guys have lost count of the number of sexual partners they have had. It is only few men who don’t like sleeping around that can keep track of their body count.
“I don’t think any guy should pay attention to any girl’s body count. If you like the girl, go for her. I am not saying a guy should date a slut or prostitute; though some guys do that because that is what works for them.”
The former Big Brother Naija fake housemate also stressed that it could be challenging in these modern times to have an intimate relationship which is devoid of sexual relations.
Modella added; “Some girls are always meeting the wrong guys who end up breaking their hearts. This is the 21st century, and for most relationships one
goes into, sex is very important, except one chooses to be celibate.”
When asked if she would have been in a relationship with Bryann, the skincare guru said; “Before the game, I had no intention of getting into a relationship. But, I also knew that most times when one falls in love, it is not planned; it just happens. In my situation, we were friends. We both liked each other; though obviously, he liked me more. But, I just was not in that space. I liked our friendship and I did not want us to stop talking just because he wanted us to take it.(relationship) to the next level. BBN or not, if I was not going to date him, I would not date him.”
Speaking on the claims by critics that BBNaija is aimed at promoting nudity and x-rated contents, she said; “I don’t agree because there is no time during the show that housemates are asked to go nude. Sometimes, even if one overexposesnoneself, the camera would be taken off one.”