The Art of Husband Snatching: Hajia Bintu Teaches Ladies How To Attract Sugar Daddies & Snatch Husbands

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Controversial Ghanaian TikTok star, Hajia Bintu, has come under fire for teaching young girls how to attract sugar daddies and snatch husbands.

In a recent video, Hajia Bintu claimed that there are several medicines ladies can use to tighten up their private parts in order to attract and maintain men.

One of the products she introduced was called “Fuck and Stay,” which she claims must be applied around the abdomen.

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According to her, any man who has sexual intercourse with a woman who uses this product will stay with her forever.

Another medicine she suggested was called “Attraction to Men,” which, when applied to the forehead, will make any woman irresistible to men.

Hajia Bintu also introduced “Love and Stay” and “Do As I Say,” which she claims are products ladies can use to manipulate men and get whatever they need from them.

Her advice has been met with outrage from many who believe that she is negatively influencing young girls.

The Art of Husband Snatching: Hajia Bintu Teaches Ladies How To Attract Sugar Daddies & Snatch Husbands

One critic, Archipalago, has lashed out at Hajia Bintu for selling ‘shafa’, which is meant to snatch men and control them spiritually.

He argued that her teachings were dangerous and could lead to girls becoming involved in unhealthy relationships.

Others have also expressed their concerns, saying that Hajia Bintu’s advice promotes toxic relationships and objectifies women.

Some have called for her to be banned from social media, arguing that her teachings are harmful and inappropriate.

Despite the backlash, Hajia Bintu remains popular on TikTok, with over 1 million followers. She has not responded to the criticism but has continued to post videos on how to attract and keep a man.

In conclusion, the teachings of Hajia Bintu have caused a stir among Ghanaians, with many condemning her for promoting toxic relationships.

It is important for young girls to understand that healthy relationships are built on mutual respect and trust, and not on manipulation and control.

It is the responsibility of all stakeholders to protect vulnerable young girls from such harmful teachings.

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