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EntertainmentI have been gay since childhood - Abena Korkor


I have been gay since childhood – Abena Korkor

Media personality and mental health advocate, Abena Korkor has revealed that she has been gay all her life

Abena made this known in an interview with blogger Zionfelix where she unapologetically disclosed details of her sex life while discussing an ex-boyfriend.

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Having recently disclosed her sexual orientation as bisexual, Abena Korkor in her conversation with Zion also mentioned she has been bisexual since childhood and she had always known that.

” I am a bisexual. Normally, my boyfriend spends months traveling. I also have a strong libido. After growing bored with my sex toys, I went on Tinder and met this girl there. I told my fiancé and requested his approval. He accepted and asked me to share with him the images and everything. But when finished doing that he came back to say tell me he has broken up with me,” Abena expressed.

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Zionfelix further asked, “so for how long have you been a bisexual?” Abena Korkpr responded, “all my life”.

In addressing her approach to navigating the current economic hardship, the mental health advocate emphasized her commitment to living within her means.

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Consequently, she offered advice to young individuals, urging them to adjust their lifestyles according to their financial capacities. She stressed the importance of avoiding undue pressure to acquire items beyond their financial reach.

“Living within your means is generally okay because everyone is impacted by the cost of living. Don’t buy COCOVanilla if you know that you cannot afford it. I paid seventy-eight dollars this morning for four waakye. However, I will occasionally spend about $200.00 if I want to get a Burger from CocoVanilla because I can afford it. So you simply make due with what you have. I continue using Trosky (trotro). Cut your coat in according to your size. Make sure not to follow those sisters on social media, as you have no idea where they get their money.

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