How To EFFECTIVELY Be A Female Nigerian Gold Digger

September 28, 2020

If you have done any of these things on this list, then congratulations, you are a gold digger.

1) Refuse to split the bill when you go out

How dare you refuse to spilt the bills on a date you were asked on? Gold digger…

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*not so silent judgment*

2) Do not date the underdog

So you have chosen to not date a man that is about to blow, then surely you are a gold digger. Karma will come to you like a Tchidi Chikere film, and you will eventually come running to him with your polythene bag, begginghim to take you back

After the crying, the scene will now end with “To God be the glory”

3) Date a rich man

The only reason you are probably dating that rich man is because you are after his money. It does not matter that you are rich as well. Agenda must agend.

4) Wear expensive jewellery

What better way to advertise that you are digging for gold, than by wearing gold?

Think about it

5) Ask for “expensive” gifts

Can you imagine a woman that actually tells you the things she wants? Capital letter G for gold digger

*more judgemental judgement*

6) Refuse to Netflix and chill

Prefer an outing that requires you dressing up a bit fancy to sitting at home and chilling, and suddenly you are after the man’s wealth.

You after he takes you out on a date

7) Get a divorce

It does not matter what the man was doing to you, if you get a divorce, it means you only wanted to make bank. Bonus points if he pays child support. You will be rolling in money

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