‘Because he’s giving you free money doesn’t mean you’re smart – Woman advises ladies

'Because he’s giving you free money doesn’t mean you’re smart - Woman advises ladies

A TikToker, @justpearlna, has been receiving positive feedback on her video addressing men who give money to women.

She challenged the misconception she said some women have, believing that they are cleverly “scamming” these men for their money.

According to @justpearlna, men who provide financial support either genuinely care for the women or are doing sacrifices to get and offer them money.

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She advised women to be discerning, as they might be the ones the man is using as the sacrifice. Furthermore, she encouraged women that if a man has feelings for them but they don’t reciprocate, it is crucial to let him go, regardless of the money he provides.

Netizens praised @justpearlna for her perspective, as evident from the comments on her video.

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Watch the video below

@justpearlna Mu 2 cents #justpearlna #foryou #pearlgossips #fyp #womensupportingwomen #womenempowerment ♬ Love You So – The King Khan & BBQ Show

See reactions below:

@owo-labi2: “Wait…Nah woman be this”

@tundasid: “my ex needs to hear this. I was being nice she felt she was ripping me. I was just brought up right but she couldn’t see it”

@dresluxurystores: “I took a girl out cause I was bored she thought she scammed me”

@chukwu12344: “same way a girl thinks she scam me of 10k….na me even dey surprise”

@nuel_agbo: “You are so understanding”

@moonalinn2: “when I get such a man I will definitely hold on to him thanks dear”

@newzkid__30bg: “God bless you my darling. This new some set of era girls ain’t polite and mature enough”

@krugar0: “I give girls money because eventually I go collect my own, even if na next ten years I go still collect am”

@stoner_pickle: “But wait a minute when I spend on a girl doesn’t mean I like her tho I might have other motives”

@esteechiiii: “what of the one we started taking online..n I asked for help from him.. he blocked me”

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