“Sell yourselves to men and get money to start business” Huddah Monroe cheeky advice to broke women

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    Huddah Monroe
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    Huddah Monroe has come out to castigate the youth who are always complaining about lack of jobs. The petite socialite shared some tips on how one could earn a living.

    Huddah is unconvinced that someone could complain about life being hard yet they are not physically disabled. The 28-year-old took to social media to advise men and women grumbling about lack of opportunities.

    “Some people have 2 eyes, 2 legs, 2 ears, great health… but they’ll sit all day and complain how life is hard. You are blessed enough to have those things. Wake the [email protected] up and go shine someone’s shoes and make a $1. That’s progress. Gof doesn’t work if you don’t. You might shine someone’s shoes, next they’ll take you in as their driver, next thing you never know, a manager of all his businesses! No food for lazy man!,” read Huddah Monroe’s advice to men.

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    The socialite advised broke women to sell themselves to men so that they could get money to start businesses. She stressed that nothing in life is free.

    “If you are a woman, stop borrowing 24-7. Go sell that p#ssy. Save the money and start selling groceries. Nothing in life is f$ckin free! Everyone works hard for their shit!” wrote Huddah.

    In other posts, Huddah advised people to stop being generous with their hard earned money. The socialite cautions that takers will never get tired of taking and that most times they take advantage of other people’s kindness.

    “And borrowers tend to get mad if you don’t give them what they asked for as if they are entitled to it! GTFO! Takes never get tired of taking. Whether it’s family or friends they’ll always expect. It’s so sad! Learn the art of saying NO to such people! It’s you first. Everyone else later! People tend to always take your kindness for weakness! Control your kindness! Cut them off!” wrote Huddah.

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