There's levels to the blesser lifestyle, apparently

Are men going out of their way to buy expensive gifts in relationships to show how much they can bless their significant others?

702's Azania Mosaka gave listeners an opportunity to share their thoughts regarding the issue.

Listen to the conversation below:

A vehicle is a guilt gift in extra-marital affairs. I'm a guy, I know how we work and I know a guilt gift when I see one.

Nigel, caller in Benoni

I'm a blesser. I believe that as a blesser you do things for your partner because you love her.

Mack, caller in Joburg

Hayi, no really. I love my wife, but I'd never spend a million rand on a car.

Mbuso, caller in Woodmead

To be able to bless your partner like that is a pleasure, it's a wondeful thing to do. It's the right thing to do and men must keep doing it.

Mark, caller in Joburg

There's nothing wrong about it, I'm just being a blesser. This is how we do things. You don't need to have skeletons in your closet to do things for your partner.

Thabo, caller in Joburg

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