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He must have money – Victoria Kimani on top qualities she looks for in a man

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He must have money – Victoria Kimani on top qualities she looks for in a man

Kenyan singer and songwriter Victoria Kimani has for the first time opened up on some of the top qualities she looks for in a man.

Speaking in an interview with a local TV station, Ms Kimani disclosed that she cannot date a broke man.

The China Town singer went on to say that she cannot date a man without ambition because she is not lazy.

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Victoria Kimani added that she has always fallen in love with the bad boys, stating that she is single because she thinks the person she wants to date, does not want to date her.

I’m not dating anyone, there’s someone that I want to date but I don’t really think he wants to date me. I think I go for the wrong kind of guys. I think I go for bad boys and that’s not good. Swag successful, he needs to look good have a little bit of money he can’t be broke or if you’re broke, No you can’t be broke I’m sorry, I really am. I can’t. I want someone who has ambition, I don’t want someone who is lazy coz I’m not lazy, I don’t want someone who lacks vision, I want someone with a business mind because my business mind is not that great, there needs to be a balance,” she said in the interview with Betty Kyallo.

Pastor’s daughter

She also opened up on being a secular artiste and at the same time a pastor’s daughter.

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Victoria revealed that although her parents would prefer if she used her voice to serve God through Gospel music, her success was important to them and they support her in her secular music career.

“I think my dad appreciates the music part of it as he is a musician, my mother definitely would prefer that I sing gospel music. It's definitely their preference but honestly, my parents just want me to be successful more than anything. If I am successful, they are happy and even with the few successes I have had they post things on Facebook they are proud,” she said.

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