Connect with us

Celebrities

Men don’t know what they want – Luckie Lawson

Ghanaian actress, Luckie Lawson, is still trying to find answers to what men want in women. She believes men are confused as to what they want in a woman because it is very difficult for them not to cheat.

“Men don’t know what they want and they will never know what they want. In fact what do men want? This is a question I have been asking myself for such a long time and I don’t seem to find answers to it,” she told Showbiz on Tuesday.

According to Luckie Lawson, she was disappointed to see the ladies her exes cheated on her with. “It is annoying when you see some of the ladies your man cheats with, you wonder what they have and you don’t have,” she stated.

She disclosed that she always advises her friends never to bend over backwards trying to please a man because they will forever cheat.

“It is a waste of time to hit the gym and look good just for a man. If a lady is doing it for herself to stay healthy that is fine but it should not be for a man.

“I was very slim and had to put on weight just to please one of my exes but he still cheated on me and that led to our breaking up.

“The long and short of it is that men cannot be predicted on the next action they want to take. Women are more faithful in a relationship than men and I can say that on authority,” Luckie Lawson said.

Asked if her husband has ever cheated on her, Luckie Lawson, who has been married for 10 years, said no but the suspicion is always there.

On what’s going on with her acting career, Luckie, who has starred in movies like Forbidden Love, Bad Church Girls, Familiar Strangers, Haunted and Sometime In Yesterday, said she has just been featured in a movie called Hash Tag which is scheduled for premiere in September.

“I am currently focusing on my restaurant Lucky’s Place at East Legon but I shoot the movies as and when they come,” she said.