Yoruba movie actress, Peju Johnson, has used her most recent Instagram post to reveal one of the reasons some women who have their own money end their relationships with men without giving them warning. She took to her Instagram story to share the post, where she disclosed that women with their own money end their relationship with a man once they realize that he is cheap.
She made it known that they also stop relating with a man when they find out that he is not going to do for them what they already did for themselves. She maintained that some of these women do not even give warning to a man before they decide to cut the tide between them.
In the statement she made on her Instagram story, she said, "The women with their own money cut you off once they realize you're cheap and not going to do for them what they already did for themselves." "They don't even give you a warning."
The actress has established herself as a well-known Yoruba movie actress, thanks to her talent and versatility in movies, which have helped her achieve more fame.
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