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You have only two options when it comes to relationships, Juliet Ibrahim tells women

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By Ene Onoja

Ghanaian actor, Juliet Ibrahim, has sent a strong message to all ambitious women about dating and relationships.

She made this statement in a post on her Instagram page yesterday.

In it, she said that goal-driven women have only two choices to make when it comes to relationships and marriage.

Read also: Juliet Ibrahim & Iceberg Slim’s Hot Romance!

Juliet Ibrahim claimed that it is either they choose a partner who will support their dreams or they opt to be totally single. She believes that staying on course is very important and therefore any relationship that will take you away from your goals is definitely not worth it.

“Ambitious women really only have two options, a super supportive partner or no partner at all.” She said. Juliet ended her relationship with Nigerian rapper Iceberg Slim in September 2018 over cheating rumours.

The movie star was previously married to a Ghanaian businessman and the CEO of the Kantanka Group, Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jnr. They tied the knot in 2010 and divorced in 2014, a four-year marriage which bore a son named Jayden Safo.

Juliet and Safo always came across as the most beautiful and united couple. The actress, however, was quoted to have said they agreed on separation because of “irreconcilable differences.”

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