Nothing can overcome the power of love, it’s often said. This was was proved wrong by the urge for money and wealth surfaced.
Money has turned out the fair pay for love! Candidates are rated according to a smiling wallet [rich]. With a miserable wallet, you stand no chance.
Jessica (not real name), recently married the man of her ‘dreams. They barely dated for two months but she had to marry him anyway, after all he had all it takes;- ‘the dimes’.
Though Jessica’s husband is in his late 40’s and she is only 23, she calls him a cushion, especially now that she needs his riches.
To a modern girl apart from a few exceptions, looks, emotional feelings, age and true love don’t count anymore! It’s the silver coins that are everyone’s dream.
When one marries a wealth guy, it’s considered the biggest catch they have ever gotten. However getting used to this era of commercial love hasn’t been that simple.
“Falling head over hills for someone doesn’t matter anymore. When a guy with a bigger wallet comes in, you will definitely call it quits,” says Benon Mugisha.
Mugisha’s dream about making a family ended when his gorgeous fiancée was snatched from him by a richer guy two months towards their wedding.
He remained with a series of unanswered questions in his mind. Is it that she was playing me? Was she seduced by the wallet? Or is it that she was too demanding and I couldn’t afford?
In the stunt of keeping up appearances, a girl will hook up with a wealthy man to get the classy treat she needs.
“If he takes me to places, vacations outside the country, why not give him the chance,” says Assumpta Umurerwa.
Pick her up in a posh car is breath taking to her friends, you’ll definitely win her heart. Spilling money all over her, and throwing unnecessary parties earns an additional mark to the candidate.
Meanwhile, some girls team up with their ‘boyfriends’ to de-tooth wealthy men. Lovers have preferred money to their partners.
When Mr. Rich dates a younger girl from a humble back ground, they tend to own your life. They rule over you, since they provide.
Today, you would rather not talk about your new catch who drives a ‘footsbishu’ [has no car].
People end up marrying cars, or money. The intimate and emotional part of love is forgotten. Honestly, if you married a guy’s car, when he loses it he’ll lose you too.
Much as money is important, it’s just made. Marry a guy that you truly love, money will come later. And if a rich guy loves you truly, it’s a blessing; it should all be based on love.
Keep away from being a property than a companion. People are to be loved while things are to be used.