Actress Christabel Egbenya warns people against living above their means

Actress Christabel Egbenya warns people against living above their means

- Christabel Agbenya has taken to social media to advise people about living within their means

- According to the Nollywood actress, people should learn not to have high tastes without a 'high income'

- Agbenya added that living above one's income is the fastest path to high blood pressure

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Nollwood actress, Christabel Agbenya, has taken to social media to share some interesting piece of financial advice concerning living within one's means.

In a recent Instagram post, Agbenya warned against having a high taste without having an income to match it.

According to her, everybody's time will come as life is "turn by turn". She further advised people on the need to live within their income or risk having high blood pressure.

Desist from having a champagne taste on a beer budget, actress Christabel Egbenya
Christabel Egbenya warned people against living above their means. Photo credit: @christabelagbenya
Source: Instagram

Sharing the post, she captioned:

"BP is real stay safe life na turn by turn congratulations no they finish."

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Meanwhile, when it comes to dealing with money problems in relationships, people often tend to have different takes on the matter.

While some people advise against being materialistic, others seem to believe in cutting their coats according to their fabrics and one of such people is Chidinma Aneke.

The Nollywood actress in a recent Instagram post, had some interesting words of advice for men who complain about women's love for money.

According to her, such men should learn to marry women that they can 'afford' as there is a woman for every woman.

She wrote:

"There's a female for every male. Please, marry a girl you can afford and stop saying women love money."

Still on relationship advice, a Twitter user identified as Wisebaba recently had internet users talking following his tweets concerning ladies who date financially struggling men.

Wisebaba in one of his tweets advised ladies not to feel guilty for breaking up with broke guys. According to him, there is no award for dating such men.

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He opined that ladies should and go for a rich man who loves and wants them. Wisebaba also added that 70% of broke guys leave their girlfriends once they become financially stable.

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