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6 Insecurities Men Don’t Care About In Women

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Ladies, it is very important to understand a simple truth: your beauty shines through, and your uniqueness, along with your flaws and insecurities, is part of what makes you wonderfully you.

It is also important to nurture self-confidence because most of the concerns we often worry about as ladies go unnoticed by the men in our lives. Those insecurities, in the grand scheme of things, aren’t a focus for men.

Regrettably, society has created an environment where women are pressured to feel insecure about their bodies and overall appearance. We are constantly bombarded with images of airbrushed celebrities, which can leave us feeling inadequate. The truth is, those images are unreal and unattainable.

Men do not dwell on the same insecurities that often trouble women. They are attracted to women who radiate confidence and embrace their authentic selves. So, ladies, it’s time to let go of those insecurities and embrace your imperfections.

Here are five insecurities that women may have, but men often don’t even notice:

1. Your Hair:

Most guys can’t distinguish between bone-straight and regular wigs. They genuinely don’t mind. While you might be comparing your hair to social media models, your partner is hardly able to tell the difference.

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Whether it’s natural hair, wigs, braids, or even a sleek ponytail, a caring partner will love your hair just as it is and in any style you choose. They aren’t meticulously scrutinizing every strand because they are too captivated by your presence and admire your beauty.

2. Makeup or No Makeup:

Men are not preoccupied with the insecurities you might have about your natural appearance. A 2022 survey showed that many men prefer women without makeup. So there’s no need to worry about how your face looks without makeup. Men are indifferent about it.

4. Body Imperfections:

There are times when we become concerned about cellulite, stretch marks, or what’s known as “hip dips”. You should realize that stretch marks are entirely normal, and men are not bothered by them.

Most men love to see stretch marks on their women’s bodies. A Dove study discovered that 90% of women have stretch marks, and only 2% of men consider them unattractive.

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A man who cares for you isn’t worried about these body imperfections. They aren’t inspecting your body inch by inch or critiquing every perceived flaw. You might even be surprised to learn that many men have no idea what “hip dips” are! So, hold your head high, sis.

5. How Much You Weigh:

Weight is a notable source of insecurity for many women. The quest for a flat tummy has gained popularity on social media, and it’s a desired goal for many these days.

However, the reality is that not everyone can attain well-defined abs, and not everyone has the drive for consistent workouts. Thus, some of us are left with our lovely tummies, which can eventually become a source of insecurity.

The good news is that 70% of men prefer women to be a size 14 or larger. African men, in particular, value women with curves, so embrace your figure as a lady with confidence.

6. Flaws You Notice, but They Don’t:

We all have imperfections that we are hypersensitive to, but others rarely notice. Men are no different. That scar, slightly crooked tooth, petite derrière, or even the characteristic African nose you’re self-conscious about – believe me, they don’t scrutinize you for these imperfections.

So, ladies, the next time you find yourself consumed by worry over these insecurities, take a deep breath, remind yourself of your worth, and carry on with confidence. You don’t need to pinch your belly or overanalyze every perceived flaw. You are radiant, and the right person will appreciate and cherish your beauty in all its magnificent forms.

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Reekado Banks Says Don Jazzy Changed His Life

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In the Nigerian music industry, artists often leave their record labels due to conflicts or disagreements. However, Reekado Banks is an exception to this trend. In a recent interview with media personality Daddy Freeze, Reekado clarified that his departure from Mavin Records was amicable.

During the interview, Daddy Freeze asked Reekado about his decision to leave the label. Reekado expressed his disapproval of the general assumption that his departure was caused by bad blood. He emphasised maintaining a positive relationship with Mavin Records and its founder, Don Jazzy.

“That man took me from absolutely nothing. I wonder why anyone would think it wasn’t amicable. The end of the contract came, I wanted to leave and he (Don Jazzy) gave me his blessings,” Reekado said concerning his departure.

Reekado also spoke about how the frequent conflicts between artists and record labels in Nigeria might be why people thought he fought with Mavin Records.

“I feel like it’s a tradition in the Nigerian record label business for artists to breakout angrily from their record labels and this is being imposed on my relationship with Jazzy.” Reekado Banks said on the assumptions surrounding his departure.

Reekado further emphasised the positive nature of his departure. He described Don Jazzy, the founder of Mavin Records, as a “blessing” and someone he remains “eternally grateful” to. This statement highlights the mutual respect and appreciation between Reekado and his former label, further dispelling any rumours of a negative split.

Reekado Banks’ departure from Mavin Records stands out as a positive example in the Afrobeats industry, which has often seen messy breakups between artists and labels. Unlike Reekado’s amicable split, other artists haven’t been as fortunate.

For instance, Brymo’s legal battle with Chocolate City was a long and drawn-out affair. Similarly, Skales and Baseline Records ended their relationship on a sour note, taking each other to court. Runtown’s highly publicised dispute with Eric Many paints a similar picture.

In 2022, the industry was rocked by the very public fight between Marlian Records and Mohbad, which gained even more attention after the artist’s tragic passing. These cases highlight the contrasting situations in the Afrobeats world, where Reekado’s smooth departure from Mavin Records is a welcome exception.

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Kate Henshaw Breaks Silence On Her Mother’s Passing

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Kate Henshaw lost her mother, who passed away on Friday, March 1, 2024. The news was first shared publicly by Emeka Rollas, the president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN).

Following the news, Kate Henshaw took to Instagram to confirm the passing of her mother. She also expressed her appreciation for the public’s support and requested that they keep her in their thoughts during this difficult time.

It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of my mother on March 1st 2024,” the actress wrote. “Your prayers mean the world to me during this difficult time. Please keep my family in your thought. Rest in peace Mummy. Love. Kate Henshaw,” the statement reads.

 

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The news of Kate Henshaw’s mother’s passing comes a few days after the President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Emeka Rollas, shared the news on his official Instagram page on Saturday, March 2nd, 2024. This suggests there may have been a short delay between passing and the public announcement.

Sad Day for Actors Guild of Nigeria. Kate Henshaw lost her mother earlier today and Mr Ibu suffered cardiac arrest according to his manager for 24 years Mr Don Single Nwuzor. I announce with deep sense of grief that Mr Ibu didnt make it. May his soul rest in peace. @actorsguildofnigeria,” his post read.

Fans and fellow actors from the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood, have flooded Kate Henshaw’s Instagram page with messages of condolence and support in the wake of her mother’s passing.

Sending you love sis, May God strengthen your family at this time. And May her gentle soul rest with the angels 🙏🏾 Hugs ❤️,” the actress Susan Peters said.

“God Abeg oooo! So sorry sis 😢😢😢 pls take heart,” the actress Uche Ogbodo said.

“Dear Aunty Kate, My Condolences 💐 It is well with you and your Family❤,” the actor Oluwaseyi Kelvin Audu said.

“My deepest condolence Sis. May God comfort you at this trying time . God rest her soul 🙏🕊️❤️,” actor Ken Erics posted.

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Burna Boy Achieves Historic Feat At Sold-out Boston Concert

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Burna Boy continues to solidify his status as a global music powerhouse with his captivating live performances. On March 2nd, the superstar headlined a sold-out show at the 20,000-seat TD Arena in Boston, marking another stop on his “I Told Them” tour.

This concert further cemented his reputation as a global entertainer following his historic back-to-back sold-out shows at the 19,000-capacity Scotia Bank Arena in Toronto, making him the first African artist to achieve this feat.

The Boston concert wasn’t just about electrifying the audience with his music. Burna Boy also received special recognition from the Mayor of Boston, who presented him with a plaque commemorating “Burna Boy Day.”

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Burna Boy’s success transcends individual performances and tours. Since his 2018 international breakthrough with the hit single “YE,” he has consistently broken records and achieved numerous firsts for Nigerian and African music.

Notably, he became the first Nigerian mainstream pop artist to win a Grammy Award, receiving it for his fifth album, “Twice As Tall.” He also holds the record for most Grammy nominations (10) for a Nigerian artist and is the first African artist to win three consecutive BET Awards.

 

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Burna Boy’s impact extends beyond the awards and accolades. He is consistently pushing boundaries in the live performance scene. He holds the distinction of being the first African artist to headline stadium concerts in both the United Kingdom and the United States, further solidifying his position as a global leader in Afrobeats and a true inspiration to the continent.

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