No man should come to me for marriage, because I'll bounce him, says the comic actress.
Gyimidi, also known as Gifty Arthur in her private life, is a rising Ghanaian comedy actor who recently disclosed in an interview with ZionFelix that she has been receiving a lot of offers from guys, but she is not ready to accept any of them.
Gyimidi has stated that she is not ready for any of the several offers that have been made to her. She made it clear that marriage is not in her future plans at this time.
Even the pressure from her mother will not compel her to enter into a marriage. The actor has claimed that she is concentrating on her job at this time.
She did, however, reveal that if a man is prepared to accept her line of work and make accommodations for her, she may be able to modify her expectations slightly.
According to her, it's all about understanding and prayers, and as a single woman, Gyimidi men are the furthest thing from her thoughts.
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