Reactions trails NwachukwuJoJo Ogechi who says "No one loves low lifer. Do you love yourself being broke too? Go and hustle, its time to fix yourself"
A lady identified as Nwachukwu JoJo Ogechi on Facebook made her stance on why not to blame a lady that left her boyfriend for being broke.
Ogechi made a comment under the online circulated news of how a lady abandoned his broke boyfriend.
This prompted her in sharing her own views on the matter and said "Don't blame the woman, No one loves low lifer. Do you love yourself being broke too? Go and huzle, its time to fix urself".
Her comments didnt sit well with some people as they began slamming her for what she said.
See people reactions to Ogechi's post:
But Ogechi refused to give in and shield more light on why she said that. Here's what she said next:
Maybe it's hard to understand where am coming from. Women are like goods in the market, go for the ones you can afford. Some don't care if you can afford a square meal. I have no problem with being broke but lazy.
Do you agree with what she said. Let know your own opinion on this.
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