- Reno Omokri has taken to social media with a piece of advice for men
- The author noted that men should set boundaries between their financial and romantic life
- Omokri’s tweet generated mixed reactions from his followers
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Popular Nigerian author and lawyer, Reno Omokri, has once again shared his wealth of knowledge with fellow men on social media.
Omokri in a post shared on his verified Twitter page touched on the topic of money and women.
According to him, they are two things that can separate family members including twins.
According to the author, there is a need for men to learn how to draw up boundaries between their love life and financial life.
His tweet read in part:
"If you want your brotherhood and friendship to last, compartmentalise your life. Have boundaries between your love life and financial life."
The author’s take got his followers talking in the comment section although there were some who faulted him for the PSquare reference.
Read what some people had to say below:
"Bitter truth but no b money cause Psquare dem breakup so i object that part sir."
"Boss, why are you hitting hard on women. There's God ooo. We didn't create ourselves, God created us. We are not as bad as you portray us. In other words, any man that allows a woman to separate him from his brothers and sisters or even twins needs his brain to be examined."
"You have no right to call the Psquare brothers into this to be used as an example. How do you think they will feel if they see this? What is wrong with you?"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Omokri touched on the difference between feminism and Christianity.
The writer and online critic noted that one can either be a feminist or a Christian, but not both.
Omokri explained that a Christian wife must submit to her husband, something feminism kicks against.
Adeyinka Odutuyo is an entertainment/lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over three years of working experience in the media industry.
He has a degree in Linguistics and Communication Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When he is not writing about celebrities, you will find him blogging about local Nigerian recipes on Instagram (@playfoodbyyinka)