Why I can’t marry a richer man than I am Ashmusy, Skitmaker
By Zuleihat Owuiye, Mamos Nigeria
Aamrachi Amusi, better known by her stage name Ashmusy, has revealed the reason why she is unable to marry a man whose income is higher than her own.
She made the admission while appearing on the most recent episode of the podcast “Tell Your Story,” which is hosted by Aloma Isaac Junior, also known as Zicsaloma. Ashmusy is considered to be one of the most successful female comedians in Nigeria. She has over 100,000 subscribers on YouTube and 1.5 million followers on Instagram.
She stated that one of the factors that contributes to the failure of numerous celebrity relationships or marriages is the fact that women earn more than men.
“Because of my current status, the majority of men I meet ask me something along the lines of “How much do you earn in a month?” so I can compare, as I want a man who is bigger than I am.
“My man ought to be taller than I am; to act as my head. To be way more extravagant than me like, let my cash be nothing contrasted with his, you know. In any case, when I ask them (likely admirers about their profit) they tell me, even the ones that are accomplishing something useful, I’m actually improving in light of what I acquire.
Thus, at the conclusion, I remain at the top. The majority of men I meet earn less per month than I do. Furthermore, it feels terrible in light of the fact that I need somebody that will make more,” she said
In May this year, the production creator said she is satisfying her fantasy to turn into a very rich person before 30.
She provided advice on fame and success in an interview with Topnotch’s Richard Igwe.
She stated, “I am working towards fulfilling my dream to become a billionaire before the age of 30 as a young businesswoman.”