Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has admonished men to go for the women that they can afford.
Lydia Forson urged men to quit following women who are golddiggers.
Lydia Forson has told men to stop going after girls who are all about the money if they can’t afford it.
In a tweet she shared, the Ghanaians actress also told women to stop worrying about men they know can’t take care of them the way they want. Forson added that we must “cut our coat according to our sizes.”
People, Let’s all cut our coat according to our sizes.
If you can’t afford it don’t go after girls who’re clear about the money- it’s not by force.
And ladies stop worrying men you know can’t take care of you the way you want.
Make we all dey our lane.”
A couple of days ago, Nollywood actress Lilian Afegbai reprimanded her future suitors who want to only use her to satisfy their sexual urge.
The Nollywood actress stated that she only wants men that will add value to her life.
According to her, sex is overrated and if that is all men have to offer, they should keep it to themselves.
“Don’t come around me if you don’t have your shit together.
”If I wasn’t looking good and working hard to take care of myself, you won’t want me,” she wrote.
“So if you are not coming to add value to my life and career, take several seats.
”Sex is overrated. If that is all you have to offer then keep it to yourself.
“We are getting older and wiser. Women are doing so much more that sometimes I ask myself ‘You can do better.’
So don’t come to my space if you not going to add value.”