Didi Ekanem, the Nollywood Actress and also a Fashion Designer has admonished her fellow women to desist from calling men broke because if those men become armed robbers, they are the same people who will complain about it.
Didi made these comments as she sought to advise her fellow women to go easy on men as they enter 2021.
She added that women should be allowed to date whoever their hearts desire and not based on whether the man is broke or not. She charged the relationship experts to stay off and allow women to make their own choices.
Didi Ekanem pointed out that they have life because their mothers agreed to marry their broke dads and gave birth to them, and so one should not be looking out for only rich men to marry.
According to her, money should not be a yardstick for a good relationship, while admonishing women to stop calling men broke, adding that a broke man can become rich tomorrow.
She pointed out that all the rich men we see out there who we clamour around for their attention, were also broke, yet women married them and they are living the best life today.
Didi Ekanem concluded by adding that it is not a sin to date a broke man and so these relationship experts should desist from misleading young women of today and allow them to date and marry whoever they want; rich or broke.
See her full IG post below;
“You see this 2021 we are entering so, abeg my fellow sisters, no relationship motivational nonsense. Allow people to date who they want to date. If our mothers did not marry our broke fathers then, we will not be here. If you are lucky to find a man that takes care of you, lucky you then but don’t feel the need to make other women feel like they are unlucky because their destiny is different. Money is good but don’t make it a yardstick for a good relationship. Stop calling men broke. If they become armed robbers now, you will complain. If they become yahoo boys, you will say God forbid, I can’t marry a yahoo boy, yet you call them broke. A broke man today will become rich tomorrow. All the rich men you see and hear of today were once broke, yet women still married them. It’s not a sin to date a broke man, stop misleading young women please.”