Moet Abebe, the media personality, says she cannot date men who live on the mainland in Lagos.


In an interview with Tolani Baj, the reality TV star, Abebe said calling someone living on the mainland late at night might result in excuses such as it being too late or concerns about police presence as reasons not to meet.

“I have always said this thing, I cannot necessarily date someone that lives on the mainland,” she said.

“I feel like if I call you at 11 pm, you will probably give me some story like it is too late, there are police on the street, I cannot come.”


In 2021, Abebe stated her disinterest in marriage, dubbing it a “fraud”.

In June, she shared details of enduring an “abusive” relationship with her ex-fiance for about two and a half years.

Recently, she remarked on the societal pressure leading many women to marry for the wrong reasons.


“I have just noticed that a lot of people are getting married for the wrong reasons. A lot of people are doing it because of pressure,” she said.

Known for her roles as a TV presenter, video jockey, and OAP, Abebe has also ventured into acting.

She has starred in various movies and TV series, including ‘Red Card’, ‘Oasis’, and ‘Living Arrangement’.


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