– Big Brother Naija 2019 ex-housemate, Tacha, has revealed that men did not come into 2021 to carry responsibilities
– The entrepreneur stated that even rich men want to be with women who can afford to buy basic things for themselves
– Tacha also said that broke women should not come out to complain about men not spending on them
Big Brother Naija reality star, Tacha, has got people talking again, this time, she dropped her opinion concerning broke women and relationships.
In the video sighted by Legit.ng on Thetattleroomng’s account on Instagram, Tacha noted that men have become wiser as most of them did not come into 2021 to carry responsibilities.
The entrepreneur continued by saying that even rich men want to be with ladies who can afford to get basic things without relying on them for money.
The reality star further said that broke women have no business complaining about men on social media and urged them to fix their pockets so that they would stop being liabilities to men.
Tacha’s advice generated mixed reactions from Nigerians, as it did not go down well with some of them.
“See who is talking. You’ve forgotten all the gibberish you said before you got into the BBN house LMAO.”
“Give business advices..too much relationship advice this year.”
“The average Nigerian woman, at least the ones that make celebrity status, are light years behind where women are in the world. their thinking is so shrouded by materialism. It is disgusting.”
“Shut up there, because you already have the money you want to start oppresing others. is it your business or are you their husband?”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Tacha shouted out loud to anyone who cared to listen that being followed by American rapper, Nicki Minaj is a peak achievement.
The BBNaija ex-housemate also used the opportunity to let some things off her chest, as well as drag the people who attacked and segregated her.
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