Anerlisa Muigai Says Women Get Tired of Supporting Broke Boyfriends: “Love Doesn’t Sustain Relationships”
- Anerlisa Muigai advised men to think about having investments and good money before turning to an independent woman for a relationship
- She said a woman might get tired of taking care of a broken man's needs when all he does is ask for things done for him
- According to the heiress, love in itself can not maintain a relationship, so men must bring something to the table
Heiress of Kerosh breweries Anerlisa Muigai warned men who depend on women financially, saying that at some point they get tired.
Anerlisa muigai: consider having money first
The entrepreneur posted a message on her Instastory in which she advised “broken men” to earn money without straining women with their needs.
Here's what she signed in her Instastory:
“There's no resentment against any man, but if you want to date or marry an independent woman, consider having a lot of money and a proper investment. Women get tired of giving me, doing it, paying for it. And as life goes on, they realize they want to deal with someone who can also bring something to the table. Love alone cannot maintain a relationship.”
This is not the first time a fashionista has put broken men in place for not pulling their financial weight in a relationship.
Earlier in June, the heiress spoke about a man she had met in the past conceived for the confiscation of her KS 3.5 million., and she entered his phone conversation.
The businesswoman talked about the wrong reasons why people met her and said that another person wanted her to build him a house.
She also added that someone can't let her have privacy with her family and would love to be part of every conversation, including personal conversations with her mother.
“I asked what you meant, and he said, ‘I mean, you should have built me a house by this time, or even opened a company like yours for me,'” I swear, I replied, if you thought that starting a relationship with me would make you rich, then you are in the wrong relationship,' my friend, whom I abandoned within a week, she wrote.
Network readers lecture Anerlisa on a broken men's stand
Anerlisa angered a Kenyan man after flaunting expensive champagne from her lover while Having said that she only meets with rich men.
In a message posted to a popular Facebook group, the man noted that the broken power grids are the main customers of her mother's Keroche Breweries Company.
Social media users also noted that Anerelisa's mother is currently courting broken men to vote for her in the August elections.