Submissiveness and respect are ranked as two of the most significant attributes that Stonebwoy finds appealing in a woman.
He leans toward women who listen and feel the need to seek his advice, claims the well-known Ghanaian artist.
He admitted during a conversation on The Breakfast Club that “if you are over the top, I perceive you as another man.”
“I find being submissive to be really attractive, and I think it’s very cool…
I respect women that don’t mistreat you or anything like that. For me, that is beautiful. If you are over the top, it’s as if you are a lady to me instead of a man.”
The majority of African men, according to Stonebwoy, want to treat their wives well and take care of all of their requirements. He also talked about how his gender is influenced by submissive partners.
But he added that a woman shouldn’t be subjected to toxic control just because a man wants her to be subservient.
“I mean they (men) have to be in charge, that’s what a man has to be as far as I know. It is not about the women being dull but you know, we love to have women who are respectful, submissive, supportive and they consult you…it is general, men love to be consulted and I think that is how it is for African men,” he explained.
He also shed further light on how men demonstrate their love for their wives by supporting them by being providers.
“Submission from a man is showing love. From the African man’s conversation, submission will be him taking care of and listening to the woman’s problems. All that she wants to do and ask how she wants to get it done. That for me is attention because women love attention and men have to see them as humble and submissive,” he added.
Catherine Jidula Satekla and L. Janam Joachim Satekla Jr. are two of Stonebwoy’s children from his marriage to Dr. Louisa Satekla.