Popular Ghanaian Nollywood actress and film producer, Juliet Ibrahim, says she’s ready to give love another chance after enduring breakups and relationship troubles in the past.
Newsmen had earlier reported how the movie star had vowed she won’t be offering any service for free in 2020, in a bid to boost her finances as a showbusiness mogul.
Ahead of the new year, the 33-year-old actress said she’s now emotionally ready, having reevaluated her self-worth and redefined her standards.
“May my next relationship be my ‘I remember praying for this’. Amen. 2020, I’m ready to give love a chance again. I have grown wiser, smarter, emotionally ready, I’m aware of my tolerance level,” she wrote on Instagram.
“I won’t settle for less than I deserve, I know my worth and definitely understand how to add the tax to my worth going forward. Let’s give love a chance, shall we?”
Ibrahim had recently talked about her divorce with Kwadwo Safo, her ex-husband, who doubles as a son to Kojo Safo Kantanka, a renowned pastor.
She said she had first met him in a strip club, yet, his family didn’t seem to approve of her own moral values when it came to relationships.
“I was 24 years old when we decided to be together. And I’m the kind of person who works with what I have. So, if he had put all these into consideration and broke down what he expected from me, I would know how to handle things,” she had argued.
“But we didn’t have this kind of conversation. The only thing we talked about was when I had kissing scenes in some movies. So, I started controlling those. He and I spoke about it (the relationship) and we believed that we better off stay apart.”