If we date for six months and you don’t bill me, I’d dump you – Nigerian lady (Video)

A Nigerian lady, Rosemary Isong says she is not comfortable dating a man who has never felt the need to ask her for financial assistance.

She said if the man she is in a relationship with does not bill her in the course of their courtship, she sees it as a red flag.

The young woman said that if her man needs sums of money like N20,000 or N50,000 that he should be free to ask her for the money.

According to Rosemary, if her lover chooses to ask his friends for money when he is in need, instead of her, she would be offended.

She revealed that if she has been dating someone for six months and he did not ask her for money at any time, then she would break up with him.

Watch her speak below:

Reacting, @tweetsbyobinna wrote: This may not apply all the time, like myself, I don’t think that I will need money from my girl. But for mrn like me, sometimes make her pay for a food or sth we bought together that you think she can afford. Tell her to recharge you and when she does, pay her back… Just be a man. That’s it

@Emeka_Anyanwu_; I de owe my babe 6600, 😂…. I never pay back she don use small small spend more than 50k on my head under 1month and 3weeks.

In other news…

CorrectNG reported how an African American man revealed that since he started dating his girlfriend 10 months ago, he’s been the one paying all her bills.

He said that his salary is three times more than her own so he vowed to never let her handle any of her bill payment.

According to the boyfriend, his babe has now cleared her student loans, improved her credit score and he loves that she is living comfortably at is expense.

He wrote; I make over 3x what my girl makes and she pays zero bills. In the 10 months we’ve dated, she’s paid off her student loans, beefed up her emergency funds, and improved her credit score. Love that for her.

“What if she leave you?” Door is wide open 🤷🏾‍♂️

I was raised to always leave places, jobs, and people in better shape than when I first met them so if she did leave, I’ll be perfectly fine.

I add value to others b/c it’s who I am, not b/c I want or expect something in return.

“What does she do for you?”

“What does she bring to the table?”

Don’t worry about it. Focus on being someone with values and character. You’ll then attract the kind of partner who will uplift you spiritually so can accomplish your goals and bring home the spoils.