- A young lady and her partner got many people talking on social media after she said her money goes straight into his account
- The lady added that the man pays her allowance from their income pool and handles other money-related issues
- Many people said they can never do such a thing with their male partners as it takes a very prudent person not to mismanage money
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A young lady has stirred massive reactions with a viral video where she talked about who pays the bills in her relationship.
She stated that all the cheques she makes go straight into her man's account as he handles all their expenses.
He gives me allowance from our money
The lady stated that the decision was taken so that all their money can be in one place. She added that the man gives her an allowance of $100 a week and she could always get more if she asks for it.
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"We both pay for all the stuff, but he handles the money as a man should."
Watch the video below (swipe):
As at the time of writing this report, the video has generated over 3,000 comments with more than 70,000 likes.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"This matter na personal matter. Make Una no come dey chase clout here."
"The way my babe just screamed; 'God forbid' to this eh."
"What works for you both. Good for you."
"Sha don't try this if your partner is not prudent."
"His smile says a lot, clown and clownette."
"Wonderful. Try this in Nigeria, the man will use your money to pay bills for other women.
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"I reject every spirit of stupidity in my life."
"I pray I can trust a human man like dis when he’s not Jesus? Ma worry, you go soon give us update."
Wedding called off
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady with the Facebook name Maryam Shetty went online to narrate how a wedding was called off.
Before sharing the story, the lady wrote that classism is rife in the northern part of the country and it is carried out by parents.
She revealed that before the wedding was cancelled, the bride’s parents felt that the groom’s house does not befit their child’s status.
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