So many women have issues about what their husband makes or brings home and sometimes, complain that their man does not make enough to keep her happy and satisfied. Sometimes this complaining lingers on until it becomes a wedge in the marriage or relationship, often leading to divorce and breakups as the woman walks away complaining that the man can no long support her. For this type of women, the ever needy and ever wanting for more women who see their men as cash cow or ATM, how much exactly is really enough for them to be happy or at least agree that their man makes enough and is taking care of them adequately? If one hundred dollar is not enough, would one thousand dollars? If twenty thousand is not enough, would one hundred thousand? Icheoku says how much a man needs to bring home or make in order to keep or maintain a woman entirely depends on the woman in question; as any woman could decide to make due with what is available and in some cases like the latest Mariah Carey shenanigan with her former billionaire fiancee, no amount is ever enough.
Query: if a billionaire with no apparent screaming money problem could cry out for help and ask for intervention by calling off an engagement to a woman, because the woman was going through his money like wildfire in a dried out summer grassland, what does this tell anyone. It says that no amount of money is actually enough to keep or afford a woman who is not there to help you grow; but to suck and drain you dry to the bone and separate you from your money. Icheoku says it actually is not how much a man makes or brings home that is important, but whether the woman loves him enough to want to make it work. Does the woman like the man enough that she is prepared to discipline herself enough to stretch whatever money he brings home or which the family have to meet the needs of the family? That Mariah Carey and her Australian beau, James Packer have gone their separate ways is now history but what put them asunder is the news - Mariah Carey utra-extravagant spending. When a man with such a deep pocket, about $3.6 billion, could not afford a woman, it spells utter ridiculousness. The proper narrative should be whether this particular woman does in fact want to be taken care of, or was she a mere mercenary.
Icheoku says even Bill Gates would have felt the heaviness of his pocket dropping low at the rate Mariah was spending James Packers' money: including renting a $17,000 a night private mansions, to flying in private jets; throwing private yacht parties, charter flights and a $10 million engagement ring; as well as indulging in other very expensive habits and vanities of a very high maintenance diva. Icheoku says luckily enough, James Packer still listens to his financial advisors and offloaded her immediately; otherwise, at the rate she was going through his money, he would have needed all the gold in Fort Knox to be able to keep, maintain and support her. The only good thing to come out of their breakup is that the matter conclusively rests the hitherto narrative that a man needs to first have money in order to find, keep and maintain a woman. The better narrative should be that a man needs to find a woman who really likes him enough, regardless of his financial standing, and together they can join forces to build whatever future they desire. Mariah Carey, definitely not a woman any responsible man should sweat a droplet for. She is not worth it; simply too expensive to keep. Also no other woman is worth it who wants to bring a man down by eating through his finances like it was going out of fashion. It would have been a case of 'behind the downfall of a billionaire was a woman,' instead of the usual 'behind every successful man there is a woman.' Good riddance.