Man In Tears After Discovering His Wife Who Begs for Money to Buy ‘Common’ Pad is Secretly Rich and Has Built A House for her Father

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A Ghanaian man is in shock after discovering that his wife who always begs him for everything including sanitary pads, is actually rich in secret. The man says the wife always pretended her job doesn’t pay well and depended on him for every single thing, but unknown to him she was actually earning well and … Read more

A Man Who Cannot Give His Girlfriend 200,000 Naira Every Week Is Not Husband Material – Social Media User

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Any man in a relationship who does not give his girlfriend at least a sizeable amount of money every week as an allowance is not suitable marriage material. That’s the opinion voiced by a social media user, who happens to be a guy himself. READ ALSO: Beautiful Moment In London – Teni Stops Her ‘Billionaire’ … Read more

“I Love My Bae But this Other Guy Finds My ‘Spot’ Effortlessly’ – Ghanaian Ladies Reveal Why They Cheat On their Men – READ

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Some Ghanaian men love cheating, there’s no question about that. Many men feel entitled and superior and believe being with one woman is not enough for them. Whilst that is true, it should never make it seem that cheating is the exclusive preserve of men. In fact, women cheat in equal measure to men in … Read more

The Money Relationship Conundrum—Should Couples Share A Joint Bank Account? — CHRIS-VINCENT Writes

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My friend just told me about how a Ghanaian woman he is getting to know in London was struggling financially until recently when she got a new job. And that during her hard times, he gave her over 1000 pounds to support herself financially. Then the woman got a new job, which cushioned her financial … Read more

Lady Confused On Who To Choose Between her Boyfriend and Sugar Daddy — Says She Needs Advice

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There is an old Ghanaian adage which translates that one has to fear human beings much more than ghosts, and it’s a very true statement no matter how you look at things.

Many times in our lives, the things people close to us can do to us can be so painful to stomach.

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Are Ghanaian Men Broke, Stingy And Opportunists? – Ghanaian Women Share Their Relationship Experiences

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Are Ghanaian men stingy and opportunists? Well, some Ghanaian women have shared their embarrassing relationship experiences with some Ghanaian men with the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.com, Chris-Vincent Agyapong and one thing is clear, some Ghanaian men are the reason why the majority of Ghanaian women aren’t interested in relationships anymore.

Chris-Vincent Agyapong in a Facebook post wrote;

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Jilted Lover Confiscates Refrigerator he Bought for his Girlfriend whilst they Were Dating — PHOTO

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It has always been a conundrum for some to deal with, what do you do with gifts that you get from a lover after the relationship comes to an end? For some, they don’t care and they just move on, but others also feel if we’re not together any more then you shouldn’t enjoy any fruit of my labour.

A viral post by one Nigerian guy who decided to seize his ex-girlfriend’s refrigerator has caught our eye and would surely leave you in stitches.

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Advice From ‘Above’ To The Ladies – If You Want Fine Kids, Marry An Ugly Man

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In case you want to have a kid who looks as handsome and Idris Elba and Chris Attoh rolled into one; there is only one piece of advice for you to follow.

A Nigerian relationship ‘expert’ has caused quite a stir on social media with his advice to ladies on what to do to get cute kids.

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LOVE & RELATIONSHIPS: A Lot Of Ghanaian Young Ladies Are Too Boring ─They Only Start A Conversation When They Need Money

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Some Ghanaian young ladies are too boring ─they have been hypnotised that in a relationship, the man should be in charge of everything including initiation of conversations. The only time they start a conversation is when they need money! 

And with this kind of boringness, men who want more in a relationship get disappointed in such relationships ─left with no option than to dump the sorry asses of such ladies for a more interesting and conversation starters.

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If You ‘Fear’ To Be A Bad Girl In Bed Your Man Would Dump Your Boring A$$ — Pascaline Edwards Warns Gh Ladies

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S*x is a needless taboo subject in Ghana which has to be demystified and made into an everyday topic like everything else.

Aside from eating and breathing there’s perhaps no physiological human need which is satisfied more than the one for s*x, yet we like to pretend it’s something not to be talked about, but rather shoved into a dark cupboard and never touched, because even talking about it would make you ‘dirty’.

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You Will Be Singing The Same Song As Toke Makinwa If You've Had Some Bad Relationships

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Socialite and Tv personality Toke Makinwa who has said before she has no belief in soul mates is thanking the Lord for all her failed relationships. The last time we heard anything about whom she was dating was about eleven months ago when she was rumoured to be dating  Oluseyi Kuye, a Nigerian based in Kansas. … Read more

You Will Be Singing The Same Song As Toke Makinwa If You’ve Had Some Bad Relationships

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Socialite and Tv personality Toke Makinwa who has said before she has no belief in soul mates is thanking the Lord for all her failed relationships. The last time we heard anything about whom she was dating was about eleven months ago when she was rumoured to be dating  Oluseyi Kuye, a Nigerian based in Kansas. … Read more

CHRIS-VINCENT Writes: Take S£X Out of Relationships and A Lot of Ghanaian Women Have Nothing to Offer

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Chris-Vincent And Elsie

I have received several calls and messages from strangers, to discuss the state of the Ghanaian man-and-woman relationship in the last few hours—and interestingly, the men seem to think the women are taking the piss and the women also think the men are the grand piss takers.
This morning, a friend called and repeated what I’ve heard numerously in the last few hours, that; when you take sex out of the equation, about 90% of Ghanaian women offer nothing—absolutely nothing.
That’s deplorable—if it’s really the case.
I’ve had several personal experiences with a lot of Ghanaian women, so much that the numbers are capable of forming a good sample for a study and I am afraid to say, I agree with this mantra.
But before I look at what’s expected of the man and woman in any healthy relationship, let me emphatically state that sex serves a mutual interest and benefit and if a person thinks all he/she has to offer as a participant in a relationship is sex, then that person should not join the conversation. That’s what booty calls are for.
While the men have accused Ghanaian women of not making enough contribution to relationships, the women have erected rational, albeit, emotional arguments to justify their positions—founded on experiences from previous dealings.
It’s only a fool that does not learn from the past—and it’s equally valid when you say, it’s only a fool who dwells in the past.
Such is the Ghanaian woman’s conundrum—at least, from what I’ve gathered so far.
Serwaa told me about how much she sacrificed for her ex-boyfriend; washed, cleaned, pampered him and even supported him financially, only for the douchebag to ungratefully go and marry another woman, Mary.
For this reason, Serwaa does not want to become a fool anymore and has, therefore, changed her ways of dealing with men. Consequently, she does little to nothing for her new boyfriend—reasonably because she does not want to be taken for granted once again.
Serwaa’s position is valid and at the same time invalid—especially, when her new boyfriend, Joe, is doing everything for her.
She said Joe is such a gentleman who regularly shops for her, pays and takes her out twice a week, helps with fixing her car whenever it breaks down and makes sure she does not lack anything he can provide.
She even told me about how Joe managed to buy tickets and flew her alongside himself to Dubai for the first anniversary of their relationship, all expenses paid by him.
Juxtaposing how Joe treats Serwaa to how she’s treating him, it’s grossly unfair, perhaps, even unhealthy.
Another friend and a writer at GhanaCelebrities.Com, Akua, also shared her experience with me and it followed the Serwaa pattern.
Today, she has sworn that she wouldn’t give much whenever she gets into a relationship—to avoid being taken a piss out of.
These positions are clever and human but also capture the fact that, these women are dwelling in the past. They’ve allowed their past to shape their today, which some may argue as good.
But keeping a new man in a disproportionate relationship where you offer basically nothing, because of what happened to you some months back is cruel.
So even though I understand the tangent a lot of these Ghanaian women are coming from, it does not make the outcome or their positions right.

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‘Relationship With Purpose’ – All You Need To Know About New Online Portal For Hook-Ups To Be Managed By Chris-Vincent

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GhanaCelebrities.Com editor Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri recently got married to his lovely sweetheart, Elsie Agyapong Febiri (née Anthony-Williams), and that seems to have changed something because he’s now looking to spread that kind of happiness to other interested folks.

After hooking a couple of friends up and asking those interested to hit him up, Chris-Vincent received over 300 requests to join, which has led to a decision to formalise the process to work in a more streamlined manner.

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A Guy On GhC800 Salary Can’t Approach Me – Deborah Vanessa

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Deborah Vanessa

Sika y3 Mogya, Money can buy anything, Money is the root of all evil and finally we can add Money is a requirement to approach ‘Sister Derrrby‘.

Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, a Romanian/Ghanaian Model and Girlfriend of 2017 VGMAs Artiste Of The Year Nominee, Medikal has disclosed a barricade that prevents some men from approaching her.

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