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Don’t follow your beauty,work hard – Michy advice ladies

Ghanaian television host and brand influencer, Michy, has shared her perspective on the financial support women receive from men and the importance of female empowerment. According to Michy, men are often willing to give women money when asked, but they are unlikely to support women in achieving their life goals. She believes that men may not want to see women surpassing them or becoming equals in terms of success.

Michy emphasized that women should not solely rely on their beauty to get by in life, as it may lead them to engage in activities they may not be proud of, such as sleeping with multiple men for financial gain. Instead, she encourages women to rely on their own strength and willingness to work hard to achieve success and financial independence.

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In her interview with Nana Romeo on Accra 100.5 FM, Michy acknowledged that she could easily get money by leveraging her beauty and influence but emphasized that the price paid for such shortcuts might not be worth it. Instead, she advocates for women to build their own careers and financial stability, as relying solely on others can come with limitations and compromises.

Furthermore, Michy highlighted the potential of brand influencing as a lucrative career path for women. She pointed out that many brand influencers are making a significant amount of money through their work and believes that such opportunities should be taken seriously and not underestimated.

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Overall, Michy’s statements underscore the importance of women taking charge of their lives, pursuing their goals with determination, and seeking financial independence through their own efforts rather than relying solely on others for support.

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