Bidemi Kosoko, a Nollywood actress, has responded to her colleague Peggy Ovire’s advise to females.
Creebhills said that Peggy Ovire gave some counsel to the ladies at her traditional wedding.
The newly married advised her gender to stick with their broke boyfriends. Peggy highlighted herself as an example, noting how much she is enjoying herself after sticking with Frederick Leonard during his hard times.
Peggy revealed that Frederick promised to spoil her and he has been keeping true to his words.
She said: “When I see on the internet people say ‘Peggy you are lucky, but they don’t know what I have been through. I have stood by this man.
I have met a man who said Peggy I would take care of you be patient, he promised to spoil me and Frederick has been spoiling me.I hope this goes to the internet, every girl should be patient. I have been patient”.
She also said, “When I met Frederick, he had a girlfriend, but then I looked at his future,I said that ‘This guy is going to make it’. And till tomorrow, Frederick asks me how did you know that I would get here? So to every young lady out there, if you have a guy that you like and he does not have money, please stay.Pray for him, listen to him, encourage him. That is what I have done to him”.
Reacting to Peggy Ovire’s advice, Yoruba movie actress, Bidemi Kosoko urged ladies to pay close attention and pray for the broke boyfriend they plan to not give up on.
According to the mother of one, ladies must make sure the love in their relationship is not one sided and also make sure there is an assurance they won’t be jilted because men show their true colour when they have money..l
She wrote: Awww this is sweet congratulations … but ladies ummmm sha look well and pray hard b4 you stay oooo not everybody will be lucky like her…. Most men change immediately money comes.. if you see the bright future ahead make sure you also pay attention to your own assurance you must be in the whole plan to success and be sure the love is mutual not 1 sided abeg use your head, May we not wait in vain.