George Lutterodt, unpopular but very famous for his controversial and bold statements regarding relationships has managed to anger a lot of women in his latest utterance.
The counsellor claims that women of marital age who cut their hair is an unmissable indication of frustration from poverty and her inability to afford a good hair do at a salon.
Speaking on Kasapa FM’s Afisem programme on Saturday, Counselor Lutterodt argues that such as hair style by a lady of marriage age should not be mistaken as fashion, as it is a representation of the lady’s frustration of waiting to get married after several years of remaining a spinster.
“Why are you changing your image, a young lady who is just at the prime age of marriage there is somebody you should attract, all of a sudden you become a JHS girl then you blame the devil,” he said.
He went on to say men are attracted by what they see and so a woman searching for a husband does herself a disservice if she chooses to degrade herself to looking like ‘a JHS girl.’
Counsellor Lutterodt is known to break away from the norm of staying in the safe with his advices going as far as challenging women to leave their boyfriends who cannot afford certain basic needs for them.