A woman’s chest is my comfort after heavy criticism – Kidi

Talented musician Kidi says whenever he comes across heavy criticisms, all he needs to do is to rest his head on the chest of a woman.

Kidi, who holds the opinion that no man can live a thorough life without a woman, also believes that there are women who were made to render support to their men rather than lead.

Known for songs such as “Odo,” “Adiepena,” “Thunder” and more, the Lynx Entertainment signee also revealed that he preferred dating women six years older than him.

“…Five, six at most six years [older], not more than six [years]. My former girl was just a year older than me. Personally, maturity is so attractive to me. I like a woman who knows what she wants and goes for it. Doesn’t mean if I meet a younger person who is matured, I will say no,” he clarified.

On the Gee Spot with MzGee, Kidi, Multimedia’s KMJ, celebrity makeup artiste, Minalyn Touch and actress and CEO of Africa Tertiary Awards, Regina Adu Safowaah, deliberated on the topic: ‘Who runs the World.”

“This industry, I find myself in, there so many things I go through on a daily basis. There are so many things people are saying to me that as a human it gets to me, sometimes, I try to deal with them by myself but sometimes all I need is to lay my head on the bosom of a woman who will tell me that it will be okay,” Kidi added.

Source: adomonline.com

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