Get a job, your man is not an ATM – Eva Alordiah chides entitled ladies
Nigerian rapper, Eva Alordiah has addressed women with sense of entitlement about the need to find job and stop being overly dependent on men.
She stated in a post on social media that men are not ATMs and they should not be expected to provide for women who are not their wives.
Eva advised ladies to date a man because they want to spend quality time with him, not because they want money for hair and other things.
The artiste wrote; “Girl, the Man is God moving. Not a damn ATM. Date him because you enjoy exploring life with him, not because you want some change for weaves and some fxxing Netflix. The fxxk is wrong with you? Get a job or go plant a fxxing garden.
“Men are providers, men are providers..” If he has not married you, how about; let him intentionally, of his own volition, step in to fulfill that duty to you? Money is such a PHYSICAL thing to be weighing the value of people on. We have to go deeper than that.”
In other news, a Nigerian man has appealed to the public to support his upcoming wedding financially because he is incapable of handling it all by himself.
The guy sent an email to a Non-governmental organisation, Halal Foundation to intercede on his behalf and make his situation known to Nigerians.
In a letter he wrote, the Kaduna state indigene revealed that his wedding is coming up on 3rd of March, 2023.
He said his parents died when he was still in secondary school and he expressed hopes of getting the support he needs.
The man also listed items which are needed for the wedding and released the prices in dollars.
Most of the items of the list are clothes and clothing accessories which range from $50 to $100 while the one thing that stood our was his house rent which he said is $250 dollars.
Halal shared the letter on its Twitter page and wrote; ”A brother emailed us that he need your help for his marriage coming soon.”
The young man’s letter read in part:
Request for Marriage Funding Assistance
I, Hassan, am writing to beg financial support for my upcoming marriage. My parents died when I was in Senior Secondary two, and I am a native of Katsina State, Nigeria, where I had my elementary and secondary education (2). Later, I went to Polytechnic and earned a diploma in Computer Science.
I put my complete mind and confidence on your side, knowing that by God’s grace, you will help me opt out of the crucial circumstance I find myself in with whatever you intend to provide me as my marriage will be done on March 3rd, 2023 by next year by God’s grace.
I would be quite grateful if you could support and assist me in carrying out my marriage without the need for a loan from a bank or making me feel concerned.