“Love fades without money; money is my major priority” – Charity Nnaji


Popular Nollywood star, Charity Nnaji has said that her love for a man is determined by how wealthy he is.

Charity Nnaji money love fades

The movie star said this while speaking in an interview with Punch Saturday Beats. She said that when it comes to her relationship, love takes the backseat while money takes the front. Love, she says, fades when there is no money. “Money is my major priority. Even if I don’t love the person and he has money, I would start loving the person with time. However, if the person does not have money, I would start hating the person with time. The love will fade,” she said.

Charity also spoke on how men perceive some women as being entitled because they rely on their man to take care of their needs. She said: “I don’t understand why a man would just walk up to a lady like that. Does the man think the lady just woke up one day and became beautiful? Someone went out of his way to buy those things that made her look beautiful. If the man feels that he can get to her without contributing to her needs, how does that sound? “Even the Bible says that God so loved the world and gave out His son. God did not receive but He gave. That means that if one loves another, that person must give. The only way to prove love is by giving. If someone says he loves me and he cannot give me money, that love is questionable.” When asked whether she’s open to advances from her fans, she said: “The manner of approach is what I consider when it comes to advances from fans. If any fan introduces himself properly, I may choose to give him my contact (number). If I am not convinced, then there is no point. We can just exchange pleasantries and go our different ways.”

“Career fades instantly” — Speed Darlington on why singers settle for baby mama instead of marriage


Notable US-based Nigerian rapper, Speed Darlington, speaks on why singers in the industry settle for baby mama instead of marriage.

"Their career fade instantly" — Speed Darlington on why singers settle for baby mama instead of marriage

Speed Darlington noted that in the entertainment industry, there is a tendency for singers who get married and become parents to fail. He attributed this to the time and effort required to maintain a successful marriage and raise children. He pressed on to provide examples of singers who have faced similar challenges. Speedy named two singers, FoxyP and AfricanApe whom he claimed lost focus after marriage. In reaction to his baby mama claim, a social media user @tenovertenautos wrote, “Let the devil keep speaking through everyone of you and attacking this institution called marriage. I can also count a lot of people whose career picked up after they got married. EVERYONE you just mentioned here never had a really career going on. Their careers were more of a “flash in a pan”. A rave of the moment isn’t same as someone who has a real career.. Marriage is NEVER the problem.” Another user @iamchrisbassey corroborated his claim, “True facts. He just didn’t want to mention certain names. Actoor or music sector once u marry your stardom drops. Necto C . Dr Sid. Chindinma. Mocheeda. Dija. I can continue on and on.” Watch the video below …