Radio presenter Jalang'o has issued a piece of advice to men in marriages as far as their incestment is concerned.
The comedian and Radio Presenter at Radio Milele has advised men to ensure that they put their investment on their wives and not on girlfriends or boys they hang out with.
In his remarks, Jalas has advised that men shouod invest on their wives because its only them, the wives, who can feed them when they go broke.
He has added that when a man invests in his girlfriend, the girlfriend will definitely leave them when they go broke unlike their wives, since no girlfriends want to be with broke men.
"Invest in your wife because when you go broke, it is her who will feed you, not the boys. If you invest in your girlfriend, if you go broke, she will leave. From how this Nairobi is set, no girlfriend wants to be will a broke nigga."
In his remarks, Jalang'o said that wife is the keyword in his advice.
Do you support Jalang'o's remarks to men? Would you invest in your wife? Why? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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