- Okoro underpins that there are so many hungry women out there looking for men with means to feed them under the disguise of relationships
- Although she alluded to food, she was talking about women who want a good life on a silver platter but hardly participate in wealth creation
- The sentiments divided netizens along gender lines, with the men applauding her thinking and women bashing her
Relationship and mental expert Blessing Okoro Nkiruka has advised men to stop dating or thinking about marrying hungry women. According to her, such characters come into the relationship or marriage to eat.
Okoro underpins that there are so many hungry women out there looking for men with means to feed them under the disguise of relationships:
"When you date a hungry woman, she will never be loyal to you. Anywhere she sees food, that is where her loyalty lies."
She adds that since their reason for staying was the food, such characters would not hold on longer if things go south. In other words, their loyalty dies the moment the food stops.
"Stop dating women who cannot fast at every slightest opportunity. You cannot come into somebody's life only to be eating, eating, eating," maintained Okoro.
Although Okoro alluded to food and eating, she was talking about women who only want to be given a good life on a silver platter but hardly participate or support the partner in wealth creation.
Okoro advised men to date women ready to come into their lives and assist in income generation, what she called planting.
"Men, know the kind of women you want to help and the kind of women you want to love. Some women come into your life for help. Help them and go. Stop loving everybody that you help," she concluded.
The sentiments divided netizens along gender lines, with the men applauding her thinking while women bashed her for the remarks.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that after reading an article on the topic, South Africans shared their many thoughts on EFF leader Julius Malema's comments on President Cyril Ramaphosa's latest State of the Nation Address.
After reading about what Julius had to say about the president's speech, many locals expressed that they felt like Julius Malema was speaking more out of anger than from a justified political view. Not all locals however thought this as many of them agreed with Malema's statements.
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the various interesting comments found in the comment section of the article that were made by South Africans who either side with Malema or Ramaphosa.
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