- Humanitarian, Sally Suleiman shared a tweet advising about the type of women they should be with
- According to Sally, people need to be with partners that match their energy
- Sally while responding to a curious Twitter user stated that she once dated someone below her class and regretted it
Nigerian humanitarian, Sally Suleiman has shared her thoughts about the importance of men dating withing their class.
In a recent tweet, the ivory beauty explained that men are 'premium packages' who should never date below their class. According to her, men who complain about women that love money should learn to date employed ladies.
She added that people should date partners that match their energy.
In her words:
"I strongly advise men not to date below their class. You are a premium package. When I see them complain about women who is all about their money etc. You have a job right? Then date someone who has a job. You are generous right? Then date someone who matches your energy."
In another tweet, she stated that giving shouldn’t be limited to men only.
Her post which seemed to have rattled several internet users had one questioning if she ever had issues interacting with people outside her class.
To this, Sally responded in the affirmative.
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"Yes I have and I highly regret it and I would never do it again. I’m never dating below my class again.
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In other news, 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.
He opined that ladies should go for rich men who love and want them. Wisebaba also added that 70% of broke guys leave their girlfriends once they become financially stable.
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