My ideal man must be funny, spiritually inclined – Tems [Video]

My ideal man must be funny, spiritually inclined – Tems [Video]
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My ideal man must be funny, spiritually inclined - Tems [Video]

Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Temilade Openiyi, professionally addressed as Tems, has revealed the qualities that her ideal man would possess.

The Grammy winning musician said any guy she chooses must be very funny, have emotional intelligence and be spiritual inclined or mature.

My ideal man must be funny, spiritually inclined - Tems [Video]

Tems talked about her spec while having a chat with Korty EO on her YouTube show, when asked if she would be open to welcoming new people.

She said it might be difficult because most times she knows men’s intentions and its very obvious that they want one thing from a woman. The songstress said she often sees new talking stages as ‘fake’ being that he has a hard time trusting what the guys say.

She went on to issue a public service announcement to interested suitors, saying that boy who like her should prove it with their actions.

Tems said; “The thing is I know their intentions, most of the times they have one intention, as most guys do [Laughs]. They are very obvious, so how can I even trust this conversation we are having it’s not even real, everything you say is fake.

I have thing I am looking for, You have to be emotionally intelligent, very funny, and you have to be spiritually adept, inclined and mature. Just on that journey of your own. To boys that like me ‘show me’.”

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