Internet user: provide for the woman you love at all costs, even if it means taking out a loan Ghana news
- Internet user took to Twitter with advice for men
- In her post, @koboateng shared that the needs of the woman you love should be prioritized and met at all costs.
- In addition to the advice, the Twitter user urged men to go for loans if it could bring joy to their wives.
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One internet user has once again managed to create a sensation online as he takes to social media to share his opinion.
According to a Twitter post from @koboaten, previewed by YEN.com.gh, men are advised to take care of their wives at all costs.
The post also indicated that where needed, real men would even apply for a loan if that was the right thing to do.
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Right after sharing this, netizens refused to let it slip.
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They corresponded directly to the comments section and expressed all their opinions on the post.
Some of them have been highlighted by YEN.com.gh below;
Bad advice. Love is a scam. Don’t make crazy sacrifices and regret later. Please don’t kill yourself in the name of love
bad maki decision in the name of love….
You have to grow and love without limits. Sacrifice is part of brother love
Do you know nsawam? Weh kind of inspiration that
I am inspired. I am going to sell the family land that grandfather left us.
YEN.com.gh Earlier reported that Afropop artist Kuami Eugene spoke about advice his mother gave him regarding women.
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The 20-year-old was speaking in an interview in which he revealed that he had been advised not to be violent towards women. The Lynxx Entertainment artist was on Joy Prime’s “Tonight Show” and the interview was first reported by Ghanacelebrities.com.
Eugene, whose name is Eugene Marfo, said his mother’s advice on treating women with care and without violence has allowed him to grow up out of trouble until now.
He is said to have declared: “My mother thinks she thought about me a lot, to know my way with the ladies. All she ever told me about a girl is not to attack women.