Model Nina Agdal: I Wouldn’t Date My Boyfriend If He Was Poor

Picture taken from YouTube

…Nina Agdal showed fans how comfortable she is in her relationship with Jack Brinkley-Cook by giving fans before and after photos from her date night with him.

A follower commented on the pictures and asked her to “B honest. If he was broke. U wouldn’t be with him.”

The 26-year-old model bluntly responded, “probably not.”

On the one hand, it’s tempting to go, “Well, everybody’s shallow. Women love men with money and statue and her boyfriend wouldn’t like her if she was ugly.”


On the other hand, when you have a woman flat out saying that she wouldn’t be with you if you didn’t have money, it says something either about her or how she feels about you.

If she’s a gold digger and she’s only interested in men with money, then how do you feel good about yourself as a man when you know your woman just looks at you as a bank account with legs?

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Also, the other thing that’s gotta set off some alarm bells is that I guarantee that there are guys that she wants to be with that AREN’T RICH. Maybe she just wants to have sex with them, but if you’re her guy, you’ve gotta wonder why she doesn’t feel that way about you.

A lot of people would say, “What difference does it make if she’s beautiful enough?”– but as the old saying goes, “No matter how hot she is, someone out there is sick of dealing with her sh*t.” In my book, there’s not enough beauty in the world to make up for a woman who likes you for your money. Especially when you’re a 23 year old male model and actor with a famous mom worth 250 million dollars. Whether he wants to play the field or cycle through women, his options are endless and he’s certainly not stuck with a gold digger.


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