Gospel singer Empress Gifty has expressed her concern about what she calls the growing trend of young women lusting after married men.
She has questioned what it is about married men that entices young women nowadays. She also wondered whether sex with married men is any different from sex with their boyfriends.
She made these comments in reaction to news of a police officer in Kumasi, said to be married with children, who allegedly shot and killed his 26-year-old girlfriend.
The singer advised women against engaging in such relationships with married men.
She warned that such men could become obsessed and insecure, leading to them killing their mistresses.
She advised women to be careful and leave such relationships, as they are unlikely to end in marriage.
Empress Gifty also cautioned that when the married man becomes insecure, the women need to leave the relationship before they become abusive.
For those women who want to leave such relationships, Empress Gifty advised that they should be careful and take it slowly.
She suggested that they start with fasting and prayers, immersing themselves in the blood of Jesus and asking God to help the married man take his eyes off them. They must also stop giving the men sex.
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