- Celeste makes it clear that her happiness does not depend on a man
- She says that the thing she hates most about dating, are the expectations at the end
- Her new film is going to be released next month
Celeste Ntuli is a South African comedian and actress. Still fighting the struggle of the single life, but she’s not about to lose sleep over it.
Unsure whether or not she is swiping left and right on dating sites, but one thing for sure, she’s not about a man defining her happiness.
"I am 38-years-old, and I know what I want. As a society, if we stop putting all this undue strain on women, we can have a better understanding of each other in relationships," she told Bona magazine.
Celeste wants a man, a proper man. She wants a relationship where her future bae makes the move and she doesn’t have to become a submissive female to keep him around.
Briefly.co.za learnt that she finds the fact that men think them getting the ‘pudding’ after the date, is the toughest part of the dating scene.
"The expectation of s#x when a guy asks you out is a problem. You give a guy a chance to take you out, not lay you down. And, I think we've been giving men way too much credit. It is simply too much!"
In a report by the Sunday Times, Celeste highlighted the struggles of dating South African men.
She makes this clear in a viral video that she posted last year. In the video she told brothers they were suffering from mental slavery and slammed their preference for light-skinned girls.
“The fact that you have terms such as blessers and yellow bones, the only country in this f*#king continent. It shows the mental slavery that you’re suffering from.”
Looking For Love, Celeste’s new love film, is to be released next month.
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