- 2017 BBNaija housemate Uriel Oputa has expressed displeasure about how men see women who want a partner that is financially okay
- Uriel said that women who want a financially capable partner shouldn't be seen as gold-diggers
- The former reality TV star went on to note that she does not want to suffer like her mum did
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Ex-BBNaija star Uriel Oputa has taken to her social media page to talk about men who call women gold diggers, especially when the women want a man that is doing okay.
The former BBNaija housemate stated that both men and women must bring something to the table if they want to be together.
According to her, she loves her mum but she doesn't want to struggle as she did.
On many occasions, the former reality TV star has talked about her desire to be in a relationship. According to her, she has been single for so long and doesn't mind dating someone.
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However, she gave criteria for the kind of man she would love to be with and this included that he must be doing well.
Her stand on the financial capacity of her man has always been a cause for debate on her comment section as some followers especially men find faults with it.
Recently, a male follower told her to consider men who don't have money but are ready to work. Responding to his statement, Uriel took to her Instagram stories to share his comment while urging him to go and work.
According to her, she is not interested in dating a billionaire, however, she expects the man she would be with to be okay.
She went on to urge men to stop making girls who want more to feel like dirt.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Uriel shared a screenshot of a message she got about her body.
She took out some time to address a certain Instagram follower who slid into her DM to ask her to take down a post in which she had showed off her body.
The 'concerned' follower who stated that her intention wasn't to body shame, reminded the reality star that the post wasn't good for business.
In response, Uriel shared a screenshot of the message as she pointed out that her followers deserved the truth from her and not edited videos or pictures.
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