Inquisitive lady starts social media discussion on single men over 30

Inquisitive lady starts social media discussion on single men over 30

- Social media is an entire world on its own, and people use that to their advantage

- A lady started a debate on men over 30 who are single and why

- Some pretty interesting views were aired

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Twitter is the place where almost everyone has a philosophy they believe is righteous. Interestingly, such philosophies often end up being topics of debates, which ultimately shows the mindset of majority of people in an age bracket, their religious affiliation or even pronounces their racial background.

Just recently, a Twitter user identified as Mizz Favour seemed pretty confident when she shared a post claiming that any mature man aged 30 and above who is yet to settle down does so for other reasons aside being financially free or buoyant.

Briefly.co.za learnt that men often claim that they prefer to get to a certain level of financial freedom and standard before they work down the aisle, simply because catering for his household is a major responsibility and a lot of money is required to achieve it.

While many see this reason as valid, Mizz Favour is now saying that men who are above 30 and are still single do so because they choose to, and not necessarily because they lack money to fend for themselves and their potential partner.

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In her post, she expressed disbelief that a mature man in such age bracket would be jobless or still be living with his parents.

However, in Nigeria, the case is true for many mature guys who struggle to keep their head up because business is hard to build and they get unlucky in finding a good enough job.

Read her post below:

Some Twitter users pounced on her post and here are some reactions below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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