Don’t Date or Marry Poor Guys – Advice from Afia Schwarzenegger to Young Ladies


Don’t Date or Marry Poor Guys – Advice from Afia Schwarzenegger to Young Ladies.

Ghanaian Television and Radio Personality, Valentina Afia Agyeiwaa, better known as Afia Schwarzenegger has sent words of advice to young ladies who keep asking for relationship advice from her.

Well, she has finally given an interesting one.

In a faceless video she uploaded on her Instagram page some few hours ago, had her sending a simple but very important message to all young women. According to Afia, young ladies should be careful of the kind of guys they choose to go out with. She advised that they avoid dating or getting married to broke men.

She stressed that poor men are troublesome and they would try to impose their poverty on you. Therefore, she counselled that it is better for every lady to run away from guys who do not have money. Adding salt to injury, she indicated that, broke boyfriends will always think that their girlfriends are sleeping with other men when they even save money to buy them gifts.

Afia Schwarzenegger
Afia Schwarzenegger

She went to the extent of advising women to actually avoid befriending poor guys because to her, they can be a great burden. Therefore in her point of view, peace of mind is simply staying away from poor men.

Reactions coming in from the comment section suggests that most of her fans are in accordance with her message.

They somewhat affirmed her declaration and also laughed over it.

Natural_beauty_box_gh for instance wrote “True talk oo”. she sealed her post with a fire as well as a laughing emoji. Nanaaniwa also said “soo true”. In fact most people in the comment section could not help but laugh endlessly as they found Afia Schwarzenegger’s video very funny.

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Well, poor guys also matter and so if everyone decides to stays away from them, who would marry them?

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