Ini Edo, a well-known Nollywood actress, has admitted that she was brought up to respect and value males.

The actress recently discussed why she doesn’t identify as a feminist.

I’m not a feminist, she declared, but I prefer to rule alone as a queen and let men serve as kings.

Ini Edo revealed this in a recent video, noting that she doesn’t refer to herself as a king like other women because she was raised to value males.

In the statement she made in the video, she said, “I was raised to respect and value men; I don’t see myself as a king like other women.” I’m not a feminist; I prefer to represent both genders because I was raised that way. “I’m not the type of woman who tries to be the king; I prefer to be a queen on my own and let the man be the king.”

In other news

“My Uncle is not here, but he is here in spirit” Beyonce says as she receives 32nd Grammy Awards.

Beyonce makes history as she receives her 32nd Grammy award.

Beyonce becomes the most decorated artiste in Grammy’s history.

The singer wins 4 out of her 9 nominations at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Beyonce has broken the record for the most Grammy Award wins of all time, after collecting her 32nd awards, breaking a record previously held by the late composer Georg Solti, who had 31 career trophies.

The singer won the best dance/electronic music album for ‘Renaissance’ at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Receiving the prize, she said, “ I’m trying not to be too emotional. I’m trying to just receive this night. I wanna thank God for protecting me, Thank you God. I like to thank my uncle who is not here, but he is here in spirit. I want to thank my parents, my father and my mother for loving me and pushing me. I like to thank my beautiful husband, my beautiful three children who are home watching me”

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