Steve Harvey: A Man Who Is Unwilling To Buy Food For A Lady Cannot Take Care Of A Family

Steve Harvey: A Man Who Is Unwilling To Buy Food For A Lady Cannot Take Care Of A Family

  • World-famous African-American TV show host, Steve Harvey has recently described the kind of men ladies should not go for
  • In a video, he passionately said that men who do not pay for the food the lady orders on a date does not qualify to be a family man
  • @jigsaw3west, a follower commented: What if he’s saving money for his actual family?

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Well-known US television personality, Steve Harvey has recently shared his opinion on the type of men who qualify as 'family men'.

The post sighted by on the Instagram timeline of Successowner had Steve sharing that ladies must be concerned if a man asks them on a date but they are unwilling to pay for their food.

Steve Harvey admonishes ladies to not go in for men who do not pay bills on dates
Well dressed Steve Harvey talking on his show Photo credit: iamsteveharveytv/Instagram
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According to him, such a person will not be able to take good care of the family he raises with that woman.

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Betty Mensah, a professional marriage counsellor in an interview with shared her take on the Steve Harvey's statement;

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"Saying a man may not be able to properly care for his future family because he is unwilling to spend money on a lady is wrong. It could just be that he genuinely does not have enough money at the time to shower on his lady but best believe that when he gets to a point when he can, he certainly will.
Another reason could be that he may not see the essence of doing that when the lady can buy food for herself but in that case, the woman must patiently explain to him what little things like that mean to her"

The video got a lot of social media users reacting massively on social media. At the time of this publication, the post has racked up close to 15,000 likes with over 240 comments.

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Some of the interesting comments have been highlighted below by;

@Kyeler Penick replied:

Whoever asks the other one is the one that pays. That’s equality

@onica_mihai_ commented:

There are some who just seek a free meal. A cup of coffee as a first date is a non-expensive option. You don't get ripped off and you figure out if you're going on a second date or not

@whoisniko wrote:

A man needs to filter through many women till he finds the one worth taking care of and starting a family with. Same for women. Doesn’t mean that every candidate gets a free meal. A man’s time and money are equally as valuable as hers. there’s women going on dates and leading men on just for the food. I typically agree with Steve but not with this.

From @chlobo0704:

Why do people assume that women need a man to look after a family! I like that I have my own career to do that! However, strive and ambition will always be attractive on a guy!

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@jigsaw3west commented:

What if he’s saving money for his actual family? he’s just trying to smash lol

Watch the full video linked below;

Steve Harvey Praises Ghana Police For Being Safe On The Road; Says "You'll Never Hear They Shot Someone"

Meanwhile, earlier reported that world-famous African-American TV show host and comedian, Steve Harvey praised police in Africa, particularly Ghana for making the country a safe place to live in.

Speaking during a recent interview, Steve recounted the experiences he had with the cops when he was in Ghana for a visit, indicating that the only thing he gets when the police pull him over is a warning or he gives them $100 and goes away.

"When I'm in Ghana and I get stopped by the police, I get a warning, a ticket or I give them $100 and I drive off. I've never since I've been over there, saw on the news that someone got pulled over by the police and shot. When I go to Africa, I'm free to walk around and I feel good every time," he said.


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