Entertainment of 2014-06-18

Soraya: If I were a boy…

Fast rising actress, Soraya Mensah, appears to have been looking around lately, checking out the pretty girls of Ghana and wishing that she were a boy.

According to the mother of one, if she were a boy, she would go for a lady whom she can manage in terms of warding off competition from other men, because she would be a jealous partner.

“I do not think I can have the heart to stand other men calling my woman because of her physical looks so I would opt for a moderate lady. I would love a girl with small lips, natural hair, who is not so endowed at the bust region and with few curves because I do not want guys to be hovering around her.”

Going further, she said that if she were a boy, she would not approach a woman she is interested in with sex on her mind. That is from her experience that has become the norm with guys who express interest in women.

“A woman would want to feel loved; a woman wants to feel that the man approaching her is coming because he wants to know her better. It is only on this note that she will feel secure and then she can give in. If you approach a lady with sex or anything sexual, the first thing that comes into her mind is that you are a hit- and -run dude and she will never be comfortable having you around” she said.

Even though most women would say that they would love to be “players” if they were men Soraya said she would be the calm, humble and respecter of women kind of guy.

“I would be a guy who would be nice to women but not extremely nice as I know that women do not want men who are always around them. I would also want a lady who has respect for God”, she said

She revealed the kind of physique she would love to have if she were a boy and they include, six-pack tabs, tall and a healthy look.

Soraya Mensah started acting five years ago. She hails from the Volta region and burst onto the scene in Sparrow Production’s ‘Scorned’ as Chris Attoh’s girlfriend.

She went on to feature in Venus Films Hail My Heart, Princes Bride and Material Girl. She also played a supporting role in The ‘Supremo’ alongside Prince David Osei and Jackie Appiah.

The beautiful actress went off the silver screens to have her baby and had been dormant in the movie industry, until she appeared in Nadia Buari produced film, ‘The Diary of Imogen Brownz’ at the latter part of last year.

Since then, she has featured in a number of movies expected to be released soon.