Wanlov’s sister is hot, no doubt, mostly news that we hear around town is our fresh, young, sexy and succulent female celebrities do sugar daddies to survive or to keep up with their stars life. What I’ve heard is, the rich and powerful sugar daddies normally like to have some quality time in bed with new female stars and pay them ransoms or give them properties. One girl who who won’t take sugar daddies for a partner is Deborah Vanessa or is she saying it to get their attention? Read below as News1Ghana explains it better.
If you are an old man and have dreams of approaching TV star Deborah Vanessa for a love relationship, then you should forget it.
This is because the cute lady hates the idea of dating what is famously known as sugar daddies.
“I don’t like old men, no. I like young boys, young men, yeah not old men,” she told NEWS-ONE in an exclusive interview.
She added, “I don’t like arrogant cocky men. Men who think they can buy you with their money, it really turns me off. It is like an insult.”
The beautiful lady was named among five hottest women in Ghana a couple of weeks ago by 4syte TV.
She placed third on the list, behind Joselyn Dumas and Nadia, beating Becca and Stephanie Benson who came fourth and fifth respectively.
She is one of the people making news in recent times.
Deborah has stated that she is not dating now, though she said she had dated before.
“I’m not dating anybody. I am single and not searching. I am focusing on my career right now.
I don’t think it is right for me to sit and say I’m lonely and so am searching for a guy.”
Asked what her prospective man should be like, Deborah said, “It is always different because there was this boy that I dated in the university, this Nigerian boy; I couldn’t stand him.
He was bossy and I didn’t like the fact that he was bossy.
He has a cute face though. He pursued me like three months.
Women love attention and like to be pampered so it was cool. I like someone who has good sense of humour.
I like laughing, joking and fooling and I don’t like guys who will say I’m silly because I do that. So you must have a good sense of humour.
If even you are not successful, you should be hard working. You have to have something going.”
Deborah is currently described as one of Ghana’s fashion icons.
She was adjudged the best dressed personality on three episodes of popular television show, Fashion 101 and overall best for the season last year.
She is not just a television presenter but a video vixen, fashion and set designer.
Deborah grew up in Accra, attended Christ the King International School then to Wesley Girls High School.
She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Publishing Studies from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana followed by a Masters Degree in Book/Journal Publishing from the University of the Arts London in the UK.
She has shown her professionalism and passion for her chosen field by working successfully for both small enterprises as well as big corporations in Ghana, the United States and United Kingdom.
She found herself in showbiz because naturally she likes being the centre of attention since her childhood.