- A Nigerian lady recently took to social media to explain why she’ll never date a broke man again
- Identified on Twitter as Eniola, she revealed that she once dated a broke man who she helped financially
- Eniola stayed that he stopped calling her after he got a good job and then tried to come back after he lost his job
A Nigerian lady has weighed in on the much talked about topic which often centers around why women prefer men who are financially stable.
Identified as Eniola, she got Twitter users talking after she recounted her personal experience dating a broke man.
According to her tweet, she dated him because she believed he had potential and thus supported him financially by sending money to him twice a month to cater for his feeding.
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However, things took a different turn when he eventually got a good job. According to her narration, he stopped picking her calls and that’s how the relationship ended.
Eniola revealed that he lost his job six months later and tried coming back to her but she ignored him. She added that she knows what it's like to have money thus she won’t be dating someone without money.
“I once dated uncle fine boy without a job because I thought he had POTENTIAL, I’d send him money for food twice a month. Well, he stopped calling and ghosted me when he had a good job. I know what having money feels like so I won’t be dating anybody WITHOUT MONEY.
By the way, he got fired after 6 months then he tried to “HEY” his way back into my life since 2016 but his messages are still there ON READ,” she wrote.
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Meanwhile, Nollywood actress, Lilian Afegbai, recently took to her social media page to advise ladies on what to do that would earn them more respect from men.
The film star said that ladies should build empires with their men because it is more respectful for them to do so. She also said that ladies should stop waiting on men to do everything for them and that they should ask their mothers if they are in doubt.