UNWISE COUNSEL

Friends told Vera to marry a rich old man

She's glad she ignored the advice as Brown Mauzo loves her well

In Summary

• Seeking their advice is 'the easiest way to lose a good man after an honest mistake'

Vera Sidika
Vera Sidika
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Socialite Vera Sidika says most of her friends wanted her to marry an old rich man.

She is grateful she did not listen to that advice.

In a social media post, Vera said one of the easiest ways to lose a good man is by asking for advice from your girlfriends.

"Ladies don't tell your girls your relationship problems, please please. If you are fighting your man, deal with him alone," she said.

"Don't ask your girls for advice or what you should do. That's the easiest way to lose a good man who just made an honest mistake or something reversible."

She warned women against sharing their problems with fellow female friends.

Vera said not all friends are bad, but it's better to ask for advice from a stranger as they would be genuine.

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