- BBNaija’s Uriel Oputa has called out US rapper The Game on Instagram
- Uriel responded to a post shared by the rapper in which he suggested that ladies with flashy IG accounts are funded by men
- The reality star referenced herself as an example while calling on the rapper to stop being stereotypical
US rapper, The Game, has been trending on social media recently over his recent takes on financial responsibility in a relationship.
However, former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) star, Uriel Oputa, was in no mood for his latest post in which he suggested that ladies with huge IG pages are funded by men that they do not show off.
Uriel in her post made it clear that not all ladies who have popping Instagram accounts have ‘sugar daddies’ in their lives.
"I repeat not all girls with huge Instagram accounts have sugar Daddies.. this guy needs to stop with his stereotypical talks.."
Citing herself as an example, Uriel noted that she funds her own lifestyle through the money she makes from working as a brand influencer.
The BBNaija lady called on men to look for hardworking ladies regardless of how their social media pages look like.
"Get your self a hard-working girl with Drive.. even if her social media is popping.. likewise ladies get you a man who shares the same Drive as you!! not everyday screwdriver.one day you go loose the screw. Cheers."
See her post below:
Those who reacted in the comment section noted that Uriel didn’t get the point the rapper tried to pass across.
Read comments below:
"He made sense but I dont think you got his point. He meant get your kinda girl, go for what you can afford @urielmusicstar."
"He made sense, u probably did not get him right."
"You obviously missed his point while trying to hype yourself which is good though but try to calm down and read a write-up, assimilate it so you will understand better Biko."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the rapper maintained his position about financial status in relationships in a post shared online.
The Game took said men who are not well off to stay away from women who like money. He started an argument on social media about standards and if money really matters in dating.