Jessica Nkosi says that chivalry is dead and men lack 'Ukushela'

Jessica Nkosi says that chivalry is dead and men lack 'Ukushela'

Jessica Nkosi has been less than impressed with the dating game and that at 29 she has discovered that most men don't bother with the art of 'Ukushela' (courting).

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"There’s a famous phrase on social media now, ‘Shoot your shot’. It means you have an opportunity to take your chance via social media and you might end up being in a relationship.''
'’It's really sad that in this day and age we have lost it. He wants to comment on two photos for some attention, then DM and after that, it’s on? No! Or him sending a text saying, ‘Hi’. Just ‘hi’? What must I do with your ‘hi’? Am I supposed to ask, ‘How are you?’ Are you kidding me?” she said. Speaking to Move magazine in an interview, Jessica said there should be physical efforts to show love rather than this social media thing of sending messages and pictures. “Respect me enough to make an effort. Send me flowers. Shock me. Surprise me.''

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