“You can’t go to war with a toy gun” – Governor Ayade’s aide advises single hustling men against competing with Sugar daddies for women

Governor Ayade's aide advises

Andea Ekeng Inyang, the Special Assistant on strategic communication to Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade, has advised single hustling men against competing with older-rich men for women.

Taking to his Facebook page on Tuesday, November 8, Inyang advised men who are not financially stable to focus on building themselves and increasing their earning power instead of pursuing women.

According to him, sugar daddies have the liberty to splurge money on women without feeling the brunt because they are rich but that’s not the case for hustling men hence they shouldn’t compete for the attention of a woman.


He wrote,

“Dear single hustling guys, don’t ever make the mistake of going into a competition with a Sugar Daddy for a babe because you want to prove a point.

“Your impression will certainly be ridiculous. A Sugar Daddy can gift N200,000 cash to the babe, it means nothing to him. That’s 0.2% of a 200million Naira contract sum.

“You try it, that is your four month salary. He buys her iphone14, don’t hit your head on the wall, support the ministry with a recharge card.

“He rents house for your babe, bros buy paint. You can’t go to war with a toy gun. Focus more importantly in building your life because a drop of water in an ocean can never change the tides.”

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