Man roasted for saying "black women only go natural when broke"

Man roasted for saying "black women only go natural when broke"

- A man has been slammed on social media

- He made a comment that black women only wear natural hair when they are broke

- Social media users were unimpressed by his comments

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A man has been slammed on social media after saying that black women only wear their natural hair when they're broke. His post was met with backlash, particularly from women.

Twitter user Madeinmwanza may have bitten off more than he could chew when he took to the social media platform to share his controversial thoughts. His post has over 100 interactions, many of which slam him for his ignorance.

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Twitter user EulahN said:

"Maintaining Natural hair is very expensive. We wear wigs when broke."

While Enhle_Leti saidL

"False. Women can look however they want and shouldn't even justify it."

GotsToLoveHer said:

"Natural hair is expensive. What you're saying doesn't make sense. Unless you're the one who associates afros with poverty."

PontshoVisionm said:

"Do you even know how much natural hair products cost, do you have the faintest idea how high maintenance natural hair is. You think slapping on a 3k weave for two years is more expensive than maintaining natural hair, you're clearly misinformed."

KaraboKbmags said:

"When are you apologizing?"

READ ALSO: Honest petrol attendants track man down after overcharging him previously reported that a video was posted on social media which showed a criminal stealing a woman's wig off of her head while she sat in traffic. The footage showed the lady sitting in her car when a man approached the driver's side. He then stuck his arm into her car and ripped off her weave. The video was shared on Twitter by social media user @Snenezy, who captioned it: "Do not drive with windows open."

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