Man sends SMS with word ‘airtime’ to ex-girlfriend who asked for data

Man sends SMS with word ‘airtime’ to ex-girlfriend who asked for data

- Nick shared screenshots of a WhatsApp chat he had with his ex-girlfriend

- His ex appeared to ask him for data bundles so she could continue chatting with him

- However, he only sent her the word "airtime" via SMS

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A Nigerian man took to Twitter recently to share how he shut down his ex-girlfriend who had asked him for cellphone airtime.

Nick posted screenshots of a WhatsApp chat he had with Sandra, his ex-bae, Briefly.co.za gathered.

Sandra was seemingly interested in reviving her relationship with Nick. She then suggested that she needed data from Nick to continue chatting with him.

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However, Nick thought Sandra was simply out to get airtime from him by pretence. He therefore sent her an SMS with the word "Airtime" to shut her plans down.

This story amused tweeps to no end, racking up over 6,000 retweets and 11,000 likes so far.

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Tweeps also made hilarious replies to Sandra's attempted swindle and Nick's apparent vigilance.

One tweep thought that had Sandra succeeded, she would probably have saved Nick's name on her phone as "Nick emergency airtime."

Another tweep imagined Sandra's reaction to the SMS.

One gentleman however confessed to falling for similar stunts from his ex-girlfriend.

However, some tweeps doubted Nick's story.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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