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“Women Buy Charms To Entrap Rich Men…” – Lady Drops Confession

Women Buy Charms Entrap Men
"Women Buy Charms To Entrap Rich Men..." - Lady Confesses

A Twitter user has blown the secret of today’s woman involving buying charm openly to entrap rich men and milk them of their money.

According to the lady identified as @Girl_isBlessed on the platform, it’s saddening that women openly buy and sell charms to entrap men but no actions have been taken against them, as society considers it as normal.

Expressing her displeasure, she noted that we live in a society with double standards, adding that if a man were to drug a lady to take advantage of her, there would be outrage, but women regularly charm men without there being any outrage or arrests.

She tweeted:

“Women openly market charms that keep Men vulnerable in order to milk all their money, Women openly buy, no outrage, no arrests.

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“If a man laces a girl’s drink To sleep with her he’s a monster. If a woman uses dark powers to milk a man’s wealth she’s securing the bag.
One day… She dresses well, speaks fluently, has beautiful, firm boobs, but there’s a smelly concoction in her handbag?

“Dirty, Smelly, disgusting set of people. U have them as friends, u support them, u celebrate their “Wins” on ur WhatsApp status. Murder*rs in lingerie”.

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