Beverly Osu, a Nigerian actress and model, has stated that she is not emotionally strong enough to be a mother.
According to Beverly Osu, she would prefer a family union in which she would love her partner and then bear children.
The actress, who insisted she loves to love and is open to a relationship that could lead to marriage, chastised the younger generation for playing with people’s feelings.
Speaking on Vanguard’s online TV show, “Lunch Date with Vanguard”, Beverly Osu said she feared having a child out of wedlock, that she would rather enjoy motherhood as a happily married woman.
Asked about marriage, she said, “If dem come marry me, I go go naw. Sincerely, there was a time I used dream about weddings. I see my wedding dress but now I don’t see anything. I just want to live and of course pray to God that I don’t breed children out of wedlock because I want to be under a family. A unit. I always say this to my friends and family, I am not emotionally strong to be a baby mama. I can’t do it all by myself. I know I have supportive system; I have friends, I have family that would be there. But I can’t do that. In a case where it happens, then the child would be in his father’s house. I know they say when you have the child, then you know better, but I tell you, if that happens the child will be in his or her father’s house. That’s why I want to try my best to do it the right way; marriage. And I love love. I want to be in love and obsessed with my family; my partner. We give birth and breed the child together.
Beverly Osu further added, “This generation is making love look so hard with cheating here and there. These days, cheating is now a norm. For me, I can’t. Maybe because I am old school but I can’t. I just to love and have a companion. But so far, I am so single. I think this is the longest that I have been single. And I am open to love. The next man I date, I am going to expose him on social media so that I will know the fate of the relationship early enough. Maybe he is dating over 5 girls in this Lagos, you never can tell.”