Nollywood actress Peju Johnson has come out to attack ladies who depend on men to finance their luxurious lifestyles. According to the actress, the main reason why many ladies live expensive life is because of the financial support they normally get from sugar daddies.
During her interview with Vanguard, the actress indicated that some girls have developed the habit of demeaning their boyfriends just because besides their boyfriends, they also date older men. She said;
" Let me say, sugar daddies have helped a lot of ladies to live a better life, changing their lives for better and at the same time, spoiling many of them. "
Johnson went on to add that the said sugar daddies usually change the orientation of many ladies about life. They are always ready to find fund their lifestyles, a trend that has made it extremely difficult for many of the young ladies to want to find a responsible man and settle down with as husband and wife.
Comparing their boyfriends with the sugar daddies has also been huge problem among the young girls. According to her, most of the young girls do demand a lot from their boyfriends.
Talking about the case where a 21- year- old student, Chidinma Ojukwu is accused of killing Super TV owner Michael Usifo Ataga and is currently in police custody, the actress argued that nowadays ladies are ready to go extra miles just to make quick money.
She cited, " Only God knows what we don' t know. Nowadays, young girls can do anything for money, to belong or impress their mates. They are so desperate and just want to live the kind of lifestyles they see on Instagram. " "
She went on to say that the suspect might have commitment the crime intentionally, wondering why take she had to take Michael' s ATM card, proceed to withdraw money from his account and also his phone, if her main intention was not to take the money she had no idea how it was acquired.
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