"Hide Your Payslips": Lady Dumps Bae After Discovering She Gets Paid More Than Him

"Hide Your Payslips": Lady Dumps Bae After Discovering She Gets Paid More Than Him

- A young South African woman recently headed online to share a post about finances in relationships

- According to her post, she broke up with her man after finding out she earns four times more than him

- Many South Africans had mixed reactions to the post and were soon sharing their thoughts in the comment section

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A young lady recently started a big debate on Twitter after she posted that she had broken up with her man after discovering that she made four times more money than he did. According to her post, she did not realise he was broke because she never depended on him for money.

"There’s this guy I once dated two years, I saw his payslip, realised I could pay him his monthly salary 4 times a month. I tried to stay in the relationship but I failed. MEN HIDE YOUR PAYSLIPS.

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"The reason I didn’t realise he was broke for that long is because, I never asked him for a cent, I am a woman who does everything for herself financial side, like if I come to your house, I want us to go out, I pay for it. I see a shortage in the house, I buy," she wrote.
"Hide your payslips": Lady dumps bae after discovering she gets paid more than him
This young lady sparked many reactions with a recent post. Images: @Bae_Tee
Source: Twitter

Naturally, the post sparked many reactions:

@VincentMailola said:

"All it took was to see his payslip then booom! You no longer had feelings for him? It's tough being a man."

@AgiM_21 said:

"I love my man and I don't care how much he earns, I just love HIM."

@ndaba_elvis said:

"What does his money has to do with the relationship since you explained that you have your own money that is enough to maintain you?"

Briefly News also reported that stereotypical dynamics in romantic relationships have often held human beings back from being their authentic selves. One Gauteng man has asked Mzansi to put an end to these prescribed gender roles in a post that has since been liked hundreds of times on Twitter.

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The impassioned Twitter user, @Colourphuza took to the platform very matter-of-factly and wrote:

"I want a relationship with no Gender Roles. We both Hustle. We both pay bills. We both cook. We both clean and spoil each other."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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