Nollywood Media | 18 October 2014 14:53 CET

After Dating a President, I Can’t Date an Ordinary Man……..Ella Matins [Pictures]

Top Beninoise musician and actress, Ella Matins, has revealed that her embarrassing moment in life was when she performed alongside DJ Arafat and during the performance he stopped to kiss her. While revealing that fans also tried to have a feel of her backside after a good performance with Nigerian singer, Orezi.

She explained that people actually think she did a surgery on her hips which causes stare at public places that a man once told her he would give his life just to feel her bum.

Recall that in 2013, news went viral alleging that a Beninoise actress-cum-musician, was having a romantic affair with Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji, where she denied and claimed she is now being disturbed by the story.

She confessed that she kissed Genevieve, but just a normal one with no string attached. "We kissed, but it was nothing extraordinary, it was normal kiss between girls. I mean girls do kiss each other normally, even guys do too.

Speaking about affairs before marriage, the actress explained that she is of the opinion that it is good and welcomed as it will help both partners to know each other well. Revealing that she has once had an affair with a President who later broke her heart and now she finds it difficult to date an ordinary person.

Giving her reason, she said the President made her feel mature because he was always attentive. Adding that she is working towards releasing a movie based on the experience.

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