- A Nigerian man said he is not willing to marry a lady that doesn't ask him for money two months into their relationship
- The young man with the Twitter handle @rayzor776 said such a lady is too independent for his liking
- According to @rayzor776, a lady who refuses to ask her boyfriend for money despite dating him for two months will be very rude
A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @rayzor776 has got people talking on the social media platform after saying whoever he is dating must ask him for money two months into their relationship.
According to the young man, he will not be willing to take the relationship to the next level if the lady doesn't ask him for money because she is too independent for his liking.
"If you're my girlfriend and in 2 months after we started dating, you don't ask me for money, I swear, Olorun n gbo, you cannot graduate to the wifey level cos you are too independent for my liking. O ma rude gaan."
Nigerians flooded the comment section of his post with their thoughts.
Tweep with the handle @thewallflawa commented:
"I saw this tweet on WhatsApp and I just had to come find it here because I need directions to where I’ll see men like this."
"Hmmm... She asks she too demanding, she doesn't ask she's too independent... Wahala."
"Tell this to your fellow men who will shame the same girl for being broke n hungry."
In other news, the former lawmaker that represented Kogi West senatorial district at the upper chamber, Dino Melaye, has jumped on the ”Stingy Men Association of Nigeria (SMAN)” trend.
In a video shared on Instagram by the former lawmaker, he could be seen singing and dancing to the association's anthem, a song by Oliver De Coque titled Simple Man by Nature.
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Sharing the video on his page, Melaye wrote:
”I hear say na this be the National Anthem of the Stingy Men Association of Nigeria (SMAN). Na true?”
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