Ghanaian Actress Juliet Ibrahim has warned women to understudy men who approach them before they fall in love.
It’s generally believed that love is so sweet. However, when it’s not reciprocated, heartbreak sets in.
The actress, who after years of unsuccessful marriage with her Ghanaian husband, relocated to neighbouring Nigeria, perhaps to start a new life is nursing a broken heart inflicted by Iceberg Slim.
Though both Juliet and her boyfriend, Iceberg have not come out to deny or confirm the rumours surrounding their split, the actress since then has grown wild on men.
In a post on Instagram, Juliet Ibrahim urged women to hand out the photocopy of their heart first when falling in love. But is that not fake love?
Well, Juliet Ibrahim wrote:
“I just learnt that when falling in love, you don’t give out your heart just like that; you hand out the photocopy first and wait; I knew that already.”
With her latest post, it can be assumed that the actress may be going through tough times after being dumped by her Nigerian boyfriend. That’s life anyway.