Popular Nollywood actress, Iheme Nancy, has used her latest Instagram post to respond to a male fan who asked to be her "sugar boy." The actress took to her Instagram story to reply to the male fan, where she disclosed that she is someone who loves money so much that she cannot afford to have a sugar boy.
She explained that even if she decides to have a sugar boy, that person must be rich and ready to spend on her. She maintained that because she loves money, she cannot have a sugar boy because she cannot afford to be the one spending on him, saying that it has to be the other way around.
In the statement made by the fan on her Instagram story, she said, "I wanna be your sugar boy." The actress, in her own response, said, "I love money; I can't afford to have a sugar boy; even if I decide to have one, he must be rich."
The actress has established herself as one of the most sought-after Nollywood actresses, thanks to her talent and the roles she plays in movies, which have helped her achieve more fame in recent times.
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