- A man has taken to social media to share how he is drowning in debt
- He was saddened by the past mistakes he made that landed him in this position
- Mzansi social media users provided comfort and advice
Twitter user Black_Affirmer took to social media to share his heartbreaking financial struggles. He said that he was drowning in debt and whatever money he made, would disappear. He lamented on the mistakes he made in the past because they have caught up with him.
He shared his story on the now viral "O jewa ke eng" tweet, which sees social media users sharing their pain with the world.
Mzansi social media were quick to come to his comfort and other even offered words of advice. DitaruMusic said:
"You still have an income, meaning you can fix it. Might take longer than you want but do what you need to be where u want to be. All the best!"
While PamelaBongi said:
"I cut out every thing I didn't need, from going to movies to take-aways. I didn't take my daughter out for a year. I doubled all my instalments, took it to God and this year June I settled everything. Start small."
"Unpopular opinion: Being drowned in debt is draining yes but it isn't the end of you.Your recognition of the issue is a strong start. Seek a financial advisor & start living your life based on priorities.Simplify your social leisure & focus on important things vital to keep going!"
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