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Paul Okoye : Marry rich ladies when you make money

He also expressed his worries about the trend of women expecting men to demonstrate financial stability before considering a relationship or marriage

Nigerian Singer, Paul Okoye, otherwise known as Rudeboy, the half-brother of P-Square, has advised men to focus on achieving financial stability before committing to a marriage or serious relationship.

He highlighted the societal pressure on men to secure their finances before embarking on a long-term partnership. He encouraged men to shift the focus towards attaining financial independence.

 

Through his Instagram platform, Rudeboy recommended that men seek partners who are equally financially successful.

 

He also expressed his worries about the trend of women expecting men to demonstrate financial stability before considering a relationship or marriage.

Rudeboy emphasized the importance of both men and women working towards financial security, regardless of gender.

In a post on Instagram, Rudeboy stated, “ The rate at which they keep saying men must be this financially, money bla bla bla before getting married or into relationship is alarming.

“Dear kings, change the narrative, chase money, make money and look for a rich girl. Make everybody go hustle.”

 

Credit: AmeyawDebrah

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