Reality TV star, Tolani Shobajo popularly known as Tolanibaj, has revealed the specifics that are top on her list of turn-offs in men.
The Big Brother Naija All Stars ex-contestant said she cannot date a man who does not have an international passport or struggles to get travel visa.
Tolanibaj also modified her earlier position about men that dance, saying she doesn’t want a man who dances on social media, and she specifically finds it irritating when a guy is doing dance challenges on video-sharing platform, TikTok.
The Disc Jockey made her preference known during her newly launched podcast, Bahd and Boujee with co-host and Video Jockey, Moet Abebe.
When Moet asked if she can make an exception for a TikTok influencer, she said she will never be with an Influencer on social media.
Furthermore, Tolanibaj said she is spontaneous and she wants a man who would be able to take her to luxurious destinations around the world without hitches.
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I can't date a man that dances on Social Media — Tolani Bajpic.twitter.com/VXK77jB1y7
— Instablog9ja (@instablog9ja) October 13, 2023
In related news, Gbextra Blog reported earlier that Nigerian Video Jockey, Moet Abebe, has said she cannot date a man who lives in Lagos Island.
The 34-year-old media personality stated this on the maiden episode of Bahd and Boujee pocast co-hosted with reality TV star, Tolanibaj.
Tolanibaj said she does not care if her man lives on the mainland so long as if she calls him by 11pm he should be on his way to her house.
Moet said she would not want to be in a relationship with someone who will be giving excuses about lateness or police checkpoints if she wants to see him at night.
But the BBNaija star replied her by saying her man uses police escort so he is not bothered about being stopped by police at night.
The Video Jockey said; “I’ve always said this thing, I can’t necessarily date someone that lives on the mainland. I feel like if I call him at night he’ll probably give me some story like ‘It’s too late, there’s police on the street. I can’t come.”