Friday, February 12, 2016

Media Mogul, Betty Irabor Tells Men What They Should & Shouldn’t Do On Val’s Day

The media mogul took to her twitter page this morning where she encouraged young men on how best to spend their val’s day with their partners and why they must not allow any woman put them under pressure. If you are a man, read this, so that you can learn.

Mayowa, read, Jude Jude read, Vheektor read, something tells me Olu@atlanta doesn’t need to read this because he no go kuku give any woman anything, Olu is too smart, except the woman wants to give sef.  Her tweets below.












Then she said this that made me roll…. I just couldn’t stop laughing.

I can’t imagine having a son that would ask me to loan him some money to impress a woman. If you think you are old enough to start impressing women,  you had better go out there and work, not with my own money. Mbanu. Lol.

20 comments:

  1. Enter your comment...Eya...but with all this epistle she is giving.. her husband still had a "love child"

    men aren't just loyal




    @Galore

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  2. Naso ooo... My girlfriend is an understandable person

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  3. Thank God am free from all this. Ladun e no concern me o... Lolz

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  4. Some ladies can be so demanding

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  5. Ladun sit down there. May it not be your portion. My mum’s sister has been feeding her 38 year old son since she gave birth to him. She even gives him money now to go out and impress women so that he can have a wife. He is the only child of my aunt and even though we have been blaming her we have all agreed in the family that she should support him with everything so that he can impregnate a woman and she will have a grandchild. Look at you, things are happening.

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  6. This woman wan pour sand sand for our garri o!!! Haaaaa madam if we no squiz am ,she will give it to some else naaaa. That na ur method abeg. Face ya hubby mk we face mensss biko

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  7. It is well. Make d val come n go sef. Too many pple giving advice. Sue

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  8. Let them demand well,,, i know how to get it back

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  9. Lol, we don hear.

    Usually all these networks put me in a major snit when they send me utterly ridiculous messages. These messages piss me off to the bones, and that is when I am in a good mood. Sometimes, I think they time it and send it when you are expecting an important message. For instance, I am in the middle of a job search and the tune of all my message notifications – emails and SMS – is the same. I go for an interview and while I am expecting feedback, I get update on Olamide and Don Jazzy’s beef. Let’s say since I like Don Jazzy, I might not mind that so much. But then I get ... Continue here
    http://ayandola.blogspot.com.ng/2016/02/the-irony-of-money.html?m=1

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  10. LOL.... Ladun, Mayowa is a babe ooo... But I have read. Olu on the other hand is a knuckle head so he won't read...


    Mayowa

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  11. I think love should be a everyday thing not just one day

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  12. They must not bite more than they can chew!

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