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Don’t marry women who can’t place you on monthly allowance – Daddy Freeze

Popular Nigerian On-Air-Personality, Ifedayo Olarinde, aka Daddy Freeze, has advised men not to date women who cannot place them on monthly allowances. He spoke in…

Popular Nigerian On-Air-Personality, Ifedayo Olarinde, aka Daddy Freeze, has advised men not to date women who cannot place them on monthly allowances.

He spoke in a recent Instagram live session with fans.

Daddy Freeze urged men not to desist from marrying “hungry” women, saying “a woman who cannot pay you a monthly allowance is not worth your time.”

The OAP said they should be bold in demanding from women what they can offer before deciding marriage.

He said, “Stop marrying girls that are hungry. Enough is enough! Before you marry a girl, ask her, ‘What are you going to do for me?’ Start asking. Start being bold. Ask her, ‘How much are you paying me as allowance monthly?’

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“Any woman that cannot give you a monthly allowance is not worth your time. Stop marrying beneath you. Adenuga’s child will marry Dangote’s child. Have you ever seen any Adenuga’s child marry a bricklayer? Do you know who Dangote’s daughter married? She married a former Inspector-General of Police’s son.

“Then as a whole man you’re going to marry someone that’s earning half of your salary or struggling to earn what you are earning. If you earn N10,000 per month, look for a woman that earns N30,000 per month. And the woman must be beautiful and curvy as well as good in the bedroom. Isn’t that how they rate us?.”

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