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Paul Okoye poses questions to jobless ladies who broke-shame guys

Gone are the days where the role to solitarily provide for a family, rested heavily on a man’s shoulders. The narrative keeps changing daily with more men acknowledging hardworking, independent women over those who aren’t.

Paul Okoye professionally known as Rudeboy has questioned ladies who broke-shame guys, despite being jobless.

The singer asked who such ladies think they are to be looking for rich guys when they are broke.

Rudeboy on his Instagram page questioned these category of ladies who claim they can’t date broke guys and yet they themselves don’t have money, or jobs, and are very unkept.

He wrote:

“You can’t date a broke guy.
And you don’t have money, no job and very unkept.
Abeg who you come be?.”

In other news, Rudeboy of Psquare, has fumed about the news that the Agric ministry used 18.9 billion naira to clear grass, saying even animals are ready to protest against them.

Although the ministry has clarified that contrary to speculations that it spent N18.9 billion on bush clearing and land preparation during the COVID-19 lockdown, the actual amount spent was N2.5 billion.

In reaction, award-winning singer, Rudeboy who once said the only thing moving forward in Nigeria is , lamented the ridiculous ways funds are being misappropriated under this government.

Rudeboy stated that from the look of things, even the animals are ready to protest against the government because the lies are becoming too much for them as it appears they are the ones embezzling Nigeria’s funds.

According to him, monkeys and snakes were accused some time ago of eating government money and recently it was termites that ate off documents to show government spending in one sector and now its 18 billion to clear grass which is unbelievable. He tweeted:

“Even animals are ready to protest on how this governments are using them as back up lies… from snake swallowing billions, to monkey stealing billions of money, even termites are included in the dealings now the are using 18 billion naira to clear grass na waooh.”

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