- Instagram celebrity Roman Goddess has described present-day men as funny
- She told women that getting engaged to a man does not mean they would get married eventually
- The celebrity urged her female fans and followers to use their heads
Popular Instagram celebrity Roman Goddess has taken to her official page to advise young women.
The well-endowed woman stated that one of the biggest mistakes women make is having children for men they are not married to.
According to her, these women believe that because they are engaged to their partners, having babies for them would make them get married.
Roman Goddess urged her female fans and followers to stop having children for men until they legally get married. According to her, a man may eventually not get married to the woman he engaged.
Read what she said below:
"The biggest mistake women make is thinking because a man engaged them, if they have a baby, he will still marry them. Stop having babies for men until they do the needful by signing the dotted lines!! Except you just want to sha!!! See finish go enter am and he might still not marry you. with that engagement ring o!! These present-day men are all moving mad!!!
"Women need to start using their head."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Davido's 2nd baby mama happily bragged about the singer.
Describing herself as a beautiful woman, Amanda said she is on her own lane with her child. According to her, she is the baby mama who has no baby daddy problems.
And true to her words, since the beautiful young woman had her daughter for Davido, there has never been a situation where she calls out the singer for one thing or the other.
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Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.