By Ayo Onikoyi
A-list Yoruba actress, Liz Anjorin is no stranger to controversies, as she has had to wriggle out of so many of them in her illustrious years as an actress. The saying, “When the going gets tough, the tough gets going,” best describes the character of this indefatigable woman who would rather die than lie down, on any challenge that stares her in the face.
In a recent Instagram narrative, the actress likens herself to a queen and posits that if you treat her like a queen, she would return the favour by treating you alike and claims she has always treated every man like a king, provided, the man has done likewise to her.
“Treat me like a queen that I’m, and I’ll treat you like a king. But if you treat me like a game, I’ll show you how it’s played. I treat every man like a king and every woman like a queen, trying to shove my face in the mold will only bring out the demon in me, be warned and be guided,” she writes, showing off her no-nonsense nature.
Then, lending a word of advise to women who cheapen themselves before men, Lizzy was as frank as she could manage.
“Some women may decide to table themselves as slaves, that’s not my concern though. As a real woman, you have to table what you have mentally, spiritually and physically, because what we need as women is beyond pussy, big bum and big boobs, all you need is your senses and your pride. You do not need to fight for front row or rub shoulders with men, when you are eloquent and smart, they will reserve your chair/place in front row. When you are not active people will say please don’t worry about her but when you are eloquent they will say please keep her share because she’s a monster.”