- Lady criticized Ghanaian men in new video for what she termed as their inability to be romantic
- She claimed that most men are fond of giving their ladies GHC50 and GHC100 anytime they visit them
- Social media users criticized her heavily for her comments, claiming that she should go and find some work to do
A Ghanaian lady has come under heavy criticism for claiming that Ghanaian men are stingy and not romantic.
According to them, the lady does not have the right to make such statement since it is not easy to come by money these days.
In the video, the lady claimed that it is painful to see a guy give his girlfriend the same amount of small money anytime she comes to him.
She lamented over the situation as she noted that giving a lady GHC50 or GHC100 anytime they visit is not romantic enough.
Her comments however do not seem to go down well with some Facebook users who jabbed her:
Alfred claimed men are not an ATM machine:
Victor jabbed the lady:
Kofi expressed anger at the lady's comment:
Ohene claimed she could not have refused the GHC50:
DCee asked the lady to get herself a job
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that a lot of people do not agree with the lady's comment.
Meanwhile, another lady has been jabbed for begging men to come and sleep with her so they could give her money.
In a video that has gone viral on social media, she noted that she does not have money for food so interested men should come over for an affair.
Social media users on watching the video asked the lady to go and find a job to do other than begging men for affair.
In other news, a lady was criticized for selling a charming product which she claimed will make men shower gifts on ladies who use it.
In the video that she advertised the product, she revealed that ladies on using the product will have men buy them car.
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