US Rapper The Game says Billionaires keep Losing Their Wives & Money can't keep Women

US Rapper The Game says Billionaires keep Losing Their Wives & Money can't keep Women

- American rapper and influencer The Game has once again shared his thoughts on trending social issues

- This time the rapper commented about the growi8ng trend of billionaires getting divorced despite their wealthy status

- Social media users shared their thoughts about this and their reactions were divided

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US rapper and social commentator The Game believes that although money can lure a money into a relationship, it can’t keep her there.

Money can’t keep a woman, says American rapper The Game
The Game believes that money cannot keep a partner. Image: @thegame
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The musician reached that conclusion after he noticed that three billionaires recently lost their partners. One of these billionaires is Bill Gates, who is currently going through the process of a divorce from Melinda Gates.

According to The Game, money was not enough to keep these women in their marriages.

He tweeted:

“3 billionaires lost their wives this month. Money can’t keep her.”

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Social media weighed in with their thoughts on his opinion. Check out some of the reactions:

@unknownmoelansky said:

“Did they lose them or strategically separate from them to preserve wealth when this global financial crisis hits.”

@andilexulu said:

“The billionaires are the ones who lost interest mate.”

@vpurplehaze420v said:

“Money can't buy love or happiness but it just makes life more comfortable. That's why even when you have all the wealth in the world you're never gonna be truly happy. Money can bring comfort but it can also bring snakes and rats into your life too.”

@antoineTgod said:

“They stayed with him for the money, once they had enough money, they left.”

Meanwhile, it was previously reported that one of the world's richest men, Bill Gates and his wife Melinda, has announced that they are working on getting a divorce.

The two have been together for 27 years but no longer believe that they can grow together as a couple.

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In a joint statement released on their personal social media account, the former couple noted their decision was made after "a great deal of thought" and putting a lot of work into their relationship.

The two said they have raised three incredible children and built a foundation that enables people worldwide to lead a healthy and productive life.

They promised to continue working together in the foundation but felt they would not work out as a couple.

Bill and Melinda noted the reason was they "no longer believe we can grow together as a couple" in the next phase of their lives.

The two asked for space and privacy as they begin to navigate their new life.

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