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Marrying A Poor Man Is The Biggest Risk A Lady Can Take – Popular Tiktoker

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Marrying A Poor Man Is The Biggest Risk A Lady Can Take - Popular Tiktoker

A popular Nigerian Tiktok star has caused a stir online as she advices her fellow ladies not to marry a poor man… according to her, that is the biggest mistake any lady can make.

The Tiktoker took to her social media page to share her wild assertion, sharing evidence as well to support it.

She said that a woman shouldn’t consider marrying a man if he cannot afford to supply her with anything that her father can readily provide.

She went on to say that although she has chosen for herself not to wind up with a broke or impoverished man, she is not stopping anyone from marrying anyone they choose.

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The lady added that people who are often impoverished and frugal tend to have poor cognitive abilities.

Netizens reacted:


“Your papa get money before ur mom married him? Don’t worry u will learnt on the hard way. Where is even the husband out there?? By the time u are 40yrs,body will tell u..”


“Said by a girl papa ya na mama ya bi na one room”


“Who go come marry the poor dey play”


“Otele but your mama marry your papa she still born 11 children join for inside one room ey…”


“She doesn’t want to make the mistake her mother made. It’s understandable”


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