Fast rising Nollywood actress Chineye Esther Anakulu Nze popularly known as Chesan Nze has come put to reveal what it takes to be her husband for prospective men.
The actress who is also a singer and skin care therapist hails from Anambra state is a graduate of Nnamdi Azikwe University from she where studied banking and finance has featured in a number of movies like Moon Maid, Village Thief, Professor Johnbull among others in her four year sojourn in Nollywood.
She recently spoke about her sojourn in the movie industry as well as her views on relationship. How true is the getting laid for movie role rumour? The industry is full of bad and good people. If you are not lucky you meet the bad people first.
And if you are lucky you meet the good people who would help you and set you on the easy path. I must say it’s easier for men than women, especially beautiful women, because everyone wants to have a taste of you.
If you are good, your talent will see you through but if you are not, they will only use and dump you. I have the potential and they saw the talent in me, I was accepted, so why would they want to sleep with me when they know I’m good?
How she has gone with her music career she said: So far, I have released just one single, titled ‘Body Therapy’ featuring Ronkay and DJ Joenel, produced by Lirrupy and mixed and mastered by Brain on the Mix.
The video is not out yet but the audio is online, it was released in 2015. Influence of being an actress on her romantic relationship My last relationship died because the guy I dated then had issues with my acting.
He’s a jealous guy, he said I was always surrounded mostly by men and he didn’t like it. What it takes to win her heart, Chesan said: The guy must be educated, God-fearing and cute enough to give me good-looking kids.
He must also be rich, hardworking and independent. When I say independent, I mean he must be a boss man, a boss of himself, not one who works under anybody. I can’t marry a man who collects salary.
I’m a boss lady, so, I must marry a boss man too. Can you date a man much older than you? If there is love I can, and the limit age I can date is 45 years. From your experience, are Nigerian men romantic? They are not really romantic, only few are.