Woman gets shot down by crush and tweeps can't handle it

Woman gets shot down by crush and tweeps can't handle it

A woman took a shot at love, but she ended up red faced with a broken heart. So, she took to social media to share her story.

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A lady, who was identified as @halalsomali, wanted to find love, so she put herself out there and told her crush how she felt. But, instead of returning the feelings, he shot her down.

She took to social media to share a screenshot of the messages she exchanged with her crush, where she told him how she felt.

"What age do you want to get married? I'm tryna be your wife x," she wrote to him in a message.

However, his response was not at all what she hoped for.

He replied, "listen idk who gave you confidence but fight them."

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The post sparked quite the reaction on Twitter, Briefly.co.za gathered. Tweeps felt bad for her, adding she deserved better than the guy she pursued.

Social media user @Hana_isneelo wrote, "You deserve better babe I’d never do you like that."

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Another tweep wanted to take a shot at love, but after reading her story she decided it was better to wait another day.

Social medi auser @moebapey wrote, "I was gonna shoot my shot today, think I might postpone to next week."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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