Adeyela Adebola: some men i dated were scared of my financial Independence
Actress and comedian, Adeyela Adebola, popularly known as Lizzy Jay and Omo Ibadan, is of the opinion that women and men aren't equal, and the former shouldn't be anticipated to be regarded as being equal to men. This is coming after she made a social media post during the week, where she described herself as a‘ golden digger’.
In an interview with Saturday Beats, she said, “ Men and women can noway be equal because we've different places to play, as well as we've peculiar strengths and sins. A man is the head of the house. That's how I was raised and it's what I still believe. Why should women and men always contend to be on the same position, especially when they're hubby and woman? We're different in our oneness as women and men. There are effects a woman can do well but her hubby would not be suitable to do those same effects, and vice versa. I've my plutocrat, and I'm working hard not to be a liability to anyone. But, at the end of the day, I believe the hubby is the head (of the home). Although I image that I would not have issues unyoking
bills with my hubby when I get married if that's what we agree on. Still, out of respect for my hubby, I would allow him to take up the liabilities that are anticipated of him while I take up the liabilities anticipated of me. Since time old, it has been a man’s responsibility to feed for his family. Still, I've been in connections where my fiscal independence made my mates suppose I was too proud because I didn't burden them with my fiscal liabilities. Still, my reason for not burdening them was because I had my plutocrat. At the end of the day, we all have different perspectives and people should do what works for them.
“ One of the reasons I work so hard is to be suitable to support my ( future) hubby whenever he needs my support. Still, my plutocrat would still be mine, while my future hubby’s plutocrat would be mine as well. Still, I suppose the most important thing is love. One would not unnecessarily burden a person they claim to love. My unborn hubby can cook when I'm not around and I could also render fiscal support when he's not around or when he asks for it.”