Popular Tanzanian actress Jacqueline Wolper has claimed that Tanzanian men use female entertainers as ladders to stardom.
Wolper accused a section of male entertainers of dating female superstars in the country to gain fame, and, thereafter, discard them.
Speaking to Amani newspaper, she claimed that many actresses in the country choose to focus on their careers and neglect marriage because of that issue.
“Many actresses in Tanzania have opted to grow their careers instead of giving marriage a thought. That’s why – in some instances –, five years would end without you seeing any female movie star tying the knot,” said Wolper.
Comenting on her relationship with Harmonize, Wolper disclosed that the singer cheated on her with his ex-girlfriend and she walked away.
“As a couple, we never had an issue posting photos of us together on social media. However, when Harmonize asked me not to post photos of my birthday party, which he threw for me, I was suspicious. I later learnt he was back with his ex-girlfriend, Sarah,” she disclosed.
She went ahead and admitted that of all the relationships she had, Harmonize hurt her the most.
“I don’t want to talk much about my ex-relationship with Harmonize, but of all my relationships, he hurt me the most.”