A young woman has received backlash after she took it upon herself to advice men on what to do about their relationships. The woman had shared her thoughts on relationship on popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.
The woman identified as Lillian Orwah had expressed that the female gender is naturally expensive. Which simply means women want to get expensive things and live a comfortable lifestyle.
Orwah had noted that men should not call women gold diggers if they end up with someone’s whose taste is more expensive than theirs.
On her tweet she advised men to stay in their lanes, indicating that they be with women who have the same taste as they do.
She wrote: “Women are naturally expensive. Don’t call them gold diggers, just find one you can afford and stay in your lane.
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Nigerians reacted to the woman‘s statement about women being expensive and men who cannot afford them staying in their lane. They expressed that women are not commodities to be sold, adding that women are grown human beings who can take care of themselves.
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Some users, including women called out the lady for classifying women as commodities that can be sold for a price.
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Others stated that women who are expensive should also have the ability to take care of themselves.
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In another news, Legit.ng had reported that popular Nigerian media-girl Toke Makinwa had made similar comments about relationships.
The media personality expressed that any man calling a woman a gold digger does not have money.
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