Control His Manhood To Bring Out Cash From His Pocket – Actress Maryam Charles Tells Women

Nollywood actress, Maryam Charles, has taken to her Instagram to reveal how women can talk their men into giving them the  money they need.
The actress who is well known for doling out relationship advice and discussing issues related to love, intimacy, romance and marriage, said that women in intimate relationships with men were not supposed to be in want as they have just what it takes to coin out cash from their partners.
According to her, women with their feminine power, it was possible to have whatever they desire from a man, adding that women could get the attention of their men by holding on to what their partners wanted until their heart desires were granted.
Read her full post below:
“Ladies need to start facing the reality that we all like (in fact love) to receive credit alerts from our banks or some cash for anything. Who doesn’t like the feelings that comes with credit alert?
If you know your man is the not so giving type of man, the only advantage you have over him is your feminine power, make sure ‘konji’ has descended heavily on him to the point that he cannot think with his brain, but to follow the instructions of his prick… however, who controls this prick? YOU!
Make sure you control the prick to bring out some cool cash from his pocket… tease him seductively, act like you’re almost on cloud 9, in fact, moan out of ecstasy to drive him crazier… when the process is on, do not allow him get under your pant yet so he can dance to your tune.
Table your needs while he’s anticipating the real play of s*x, pretend to be suddenly sad remembering you need the stuffs listed and watch how he’ll horridly tell you where he keeps his money in the house to go get any amount you need or he’ll pick up his phone to transfer all the money in his account to yours.
Make sure you don’t fall for any “baby I’ll make the transfer when we’re done, let’s get this over with first” story, else, you’re on your own ooo. Who no like money?”