Nigerian beautiful actress, Onyi Alex, has revealed that it is a sin for a broke man to profess his love to her. The fair complexioned actress is one of the most loved stars in the movie industry. But she made it known to her fans that no poor man should profess love to her.
The actress made this revelation in a post via her Instagram account on Monday morning.
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In her statement, she said, "I hustle because I don’t want to be broke, so I don’t think any broke man has the right to walk up to me and start declaring undying love for me".
Although, she said it's okay for anybody to trip for her from a long distance, but it's not okay if such a poor person has an intention of getting into any form of relationship with her.
In here exact words, she said the following, “It’s a sin for a broke man to say he is in love with me. Like how?
"I hustle because I don’t want to be broke. It’s okay to just trip from a distance".
"The goal is two hustles. Not a hustle and a leach biko".
Her statement has caused mixed reactions on the social media ever since she shared the post.
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