“A lot of ‘independent’ ladies started their businesses with men’s money” – Nedu Wazobia alleges (Video)

Controversial broadcaster and comedian, Chinedu Ani Emmanuel a.k.a Nedu Wazobia has alleged that most independent ladies set up their businesses using the money they got from men.

The OAP in a recent episode of his controversial podcast, The Honest Bunch podcast, decided to blast some women who are in the habit of posing around as independent women who worked for everything they own.

"A lot of 'independent' ladies started their businesses with men's money" – Nedu Wazobia alleges (Video) According to him, some ladies collect money from five men to set up their businesses and then when they’re successful, they tag themselves independent.

Speaking further, he added that those who really worked hard to be where they are do not sell their bodies for money or contracts.

“Forget all these ladies that say ‘I’m Independent’, my dear for you to open that shop, you collected money from five different men and you are calling yourself Independent, you’re not. You should not be in that category…,” he said in part.

Watch the video below:

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