Ad Clicks : Ad Views : Ad Clicks : Ad Views :

i quit my job because i was in love says former k24 news presenter


How many people can sincerely state that they quit their jobs for love? Well, former K24 presenter Karen Karimi says she did.

Image result for karen karimi

I hope most people could have that luxury of leaving a well-paying job for love because things in our current economy are tough. So to quit a wonderful job to marry someone, then the only logical reason for that is that the person who will support the marriage is really pulling down the big bucks.

Where is my sugar mommy when I really need her at the moment? I also feel I can quit my job for the love of a sugar mommy. I feel that I have a lot of love to give my prospective sugar mommy. A lot!

Image result for sugar momma meme

Anywho, Karen revealed this information while participating in the social media “love chain’ challenge, a charitable initiative by the House of Dior that requires participants to say what they would do for love.

And as you can see our homegirl wrote on Instagram that she quit her job for the love of her life, a pilot who is based in Qatar. This is what she wrote on her page:

I accept the challenge my Dear friend @silvianjoki 🖤 … ‘What would I do for Love? #dior asks #diorlovechain @dior @diorparfums @wemovement . . . . Some people quit their jobs in order to raise children, start a family…Some people leave because their Man is willing to take on all financial responsibility… Either way, quitting a job is a Major move. I had to make sure it’s the right decision. I love my husband to be, but I don’t want to end up regretting losing my career. That is what I have done for love 🖤 . . . . Following the initiative of Natalie Portman and the House of Dior, for every #diorlovechain post, 1 dollar will be donated to WE MOVEMENT. This Canadian Org. Is a global network which support education, healthcare and clean water initiatives in developing countries including Africa with the aim to help break the cycle of poverty and child exploitation . . . . . I Nominate you all to continue the chain

A post shared by KAREN KNAUST (@k_knaust) on

Facebook Comments
  • Facebook
  • Twitter