May 6, 2021
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Nollywood actress and entrepreneur, Yetunde Bakare has stated that ladies who ask men for money for material things are babies.

Actress, Yetunde Bakare

Actress, Yetunde Bakare

The actress said this while bragging about the kind of woman that she is. According to her, she doesn’t ask her man for vain things, rather she talks to him about her businesses and investments.

She added that the calibre of men she is interested in are those that would easily support her business with N2 million when she requests for N5 million.

Yetunde shared a video of herself in bed with her man on Instagram and wrote,

“I’m not that girl that will ask you money for ‘ wigs, bags, shoes, phones’ etc 👎 those are for babies and I’m not vain 👌

“I’m the one that will tell you about my ‘Unfinished projects’ Shipping new cargos’ Expanding businesses’ New investments ‘ 👌

“And if I say ‘ hey bae can I get 5M for a business I’ll be expecting at least 2M 😉 trust me if you’ve got me once I’ve got you a million times 🥂😊”

See her post below,

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