- Twitter user @aqualady6666 has advised men against jobless ladies with high taste for luxury lifestyles
- @aqualady6666 recounted an experience between her female friend and her boyfriend to caution men
- She asked men to stay away from jobless ladies with high taste if they want to make it in life
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Female Twitter user, @aqualady6666, has advised men to stay far away from ladies who are jobless but have got the taste for luxury lifestyle.
She explained that her best friend who is dating a jobless girl was given a list of expensive gifts she wants him to buy to satisfy her high taste for Valentine's Day.
Her request came despite knowing her boyfriend’s current financial situation.
If you want to make it in life, Please stay away from jobless ladies with high taste. They will finish you.
This babe is my best friend tho but she has a very high taste even when she is currently unemployed, just that she’s so pretty and this particular guy really loves her cause the man is even planning on proposing this year, I sent him that money so he can get her the gifts.
Lol babe is even gisting me how she will break up with him if fails to provide her demand, in my mind, I was like “aunty calm down your gifts are ready .
Lol seems everyone is coming at me saying I’m supporting toxic relationship, well I guess I did wrong by sending him the cash, ya’ll saying how will they cope should also know that they have been together for over 3 years now even before I met my best friend,'' celebritiesbuzz.com.gh reported.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that a rare historic photo of Ghana’s former president Rawlings donating blood to stock up the national blood bank has warmed hearts on social media.
The image was reportedly taken in the 1980s.
The founder of the National Democratic Party (NDC) used to be a regular blood donor. Until he turned 60 years, former President Rawlings responded positively to calls for regular blood donations to help save lives and also ensure that the country’s national blood banks were well-stocked.
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