Dancehall entertainer Elephant Man opened up about what he looks for in a woman.

Dancehall artist has a way to surface headlines with dramatic stories relating to his sexual life.

In a recent interview, the Jamaican entertainer, whose real name is O’Neil Bryan, opened up about what he looks for in a woman. This includes a woman who the deejay believes he can trust.

Elephant Man Talks What He Looks For In A Woman

 

“I look for a straight up woman, an honest woman. A woman who is not ‘manny-manny’. I look for a woman who can hol’ her tension. Like if I’m on tour she can hol’ it. She nuh haffi cheat. She can call me and say ‘babes you know what let us make love on the phone.’ She nuh haffi cheat or go roun no corna. I look for trust in a woman,” Elephant Man explained.

When asked if the artiste is single, in a relationship, divorced or married, he replied… “Mi single like pringle. I am busy working you know, the studio and the work, all a dat come inna it.”

In a 2012 interview, the artist said he is the father of 22 children.

Elephant Man started out his musical career as a member of the Scare Dem Crew, later continuing as a solo artist.

He was later characterized for several trademarks, such as his dyed yellow-orange hair, his unique low-key voice, and his stage performance, which included jumping and running, or even climbing on stage props and monitors.

His acoustic trademark is a light lisp.

“Willie Bounce” has been described as one of Elephant Man’s most recognizable songs, with the corresponding dance still enjoying popularity as of 2015.

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