Ghanaian socialite Shatta Michy has insisted that it’s a terrible idea for a woman to financially assist her lover whether in marriage or in courtship.
As put forward by Shatta Michy, it’s the sole responsibility of men to provide in relationships, hence women are only expected to maintain the home and keep the affair alive.
She believes that she can only be in a relationship with a man who is extremely wealthy and willing to spend money on her.
A man who wants to be with her, according to the ex-girlfriend of reggae/dancehall singer Shatta Wale, at least needs to own a home.
The mother of one further sparked a discussion about the division of financial obligations in a committed partnership.
The songstress and television personality asserted that ladies should never support their men because those days when women used to do that and dumped later are over.
“I used to believe that I had to support my man with the little I had, but those days are over for me. My man must be financially sound and willing to spend. At least, he must own a house,” she said.
When asked if she would consider having a second child, Michy noted that it was a very good suggestion, but she would wait and tie the knot before giving birth again.
“Majesty is seven years old, and it would be nice to have another baby, but not until I get married,” she said.