Briefly.co.za recently shared the controversial news that a Thai businessman has offered R4.4 million for a man to marry his daughter and Mzansi men are lining up.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the businessman who is offering R4.4 million to the man that will marry his daughter.
The news evoked a strong reactions from South Africans and we just had to share the feedback here.
Based on the reactions, the businessman’s offer has resulted in an oversupply of interested suitors.
Even married men found the lucrative offer hard to resist.
Dan Masango couldn’t believe his luck as he said, “Admin don't lie please. If you serious get the contacts I can even divorce my wife and pay her R1.4m.”
Keorapetse Modillane added, “Demett!! Let me go talk to my wife about getting a second wife. We'll be rich.”
South'man Bongzatainment King Dini said, “Admin!!Get me their numbers, I wanna try my luck, lotto hasn't been on my side.”
S Zoe Kabambi saw the irony of the situation as he said: “Wow, life is amazing. Here people are playing with marriages while rich people are willing to pay men to marry their daughter.”
Martha Saulo Mwale cautioned, “You can't buy Love, there's no such a thing! Your daughter’s happiness must come first.”
Evangelist Kwasi Boakye Yiadom revealed that history is repeating itself.
He said, “In Ghana a struggling celebrity was forced to marry a lady with Down syndrome when the bride’s mother offered cash to any man willing to marry her daughter. It happened in 2015.”
The cash reward sparked some creative ideas amongst women as well.
Sinah Mhlongo asked, “Where do we drop cv's, I wanna drop my husband's cv?”
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