Stingy Men's Association has been trending online in the past few days with many celebrities throwing in their support including Jessica Opare, the host of Sister-Sister
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Popular Ghanaian relationship show host, Jessica Opare, has endorsed the trending Stingy Men's Association with four brilliant reasons to the shock of many.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on her YouTube channel, Jessica, who is a lady, showed her solidarity to a group that is essentially against men giving money lavishly to women.
First of all, the TV show host indicated that many people feel a great sense of entitlement to others when they are supposed to develop themselves and make a living.
For this reason, Jessica thinks it is apt for anyone to choose to give out money or not to and should be fully given that space to decide.
Watch the full video below:
2. Let people earn their own money
According to Jessica, instead of giving out money to those in need, successful, rich or well-to-do people must rather focus on teaching the riffraff how to make their own money.
She made reference to the popular saying, "if you give a man a fish, he eats for a day but if you teach a man how to fish, he eats for a lifetime".
3. Success is not sexually transmitted
Delving a bit more into relationships proper, Jessica indicated that people should not focus on their relationship partners for favours as that is not what defines success.
She once again painted the picture that anyone who wishes to make money must work hard for it themselves and not depend on a partner necessarily.
4. Opportunity to understand how men are successful
Finally, the relationship show host says that when men become Stingy, it actually offers women the opportunity to get close to them and learn how they are able to make enough money to fend for themselves and give some out.
In other news, Ruby Venson, an adorable 22-year-old Ghanaian lady has become a dropout from school after she left Accra Technical University due to an inability to cater for her expenses.
In an interview with SV TV Africa sighted by YEN.com.gh on their official YouTube channel, Ruby indicated that she was studying Fashion Designing before the unfortunate happened.
According to her, the person who was fending for her since senior high school at Methodist Girls' Senior High fell on hard times and could not support her any longer.
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