Man complains about bae waking him to investigate noise, SA reacts

Man complains about bae waking him to investigate noise, SA reacts

- A man has taken to social media to complain about his bae and her disregard for his safety

- He said that she made him investigate a strange noise and he didn't appreciate it

- Social media users were amused by his attitude

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A man's hilarious complaint on social media has gone viral. He expressed that he was annoyed by his girlfriend asking him to investigate a noise in the dark because his life was important too.

Twitter user HisExellency took to the popular 'O jewa ke eng?' tweet to share his experience. His tweet read:

"My girlfriend heard a noise in the lounge and woke me up to go check it out. Because apparently my life doesn't matter."

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The post went viral on social media, receiving over 4 000 likes. Social media users had mixed reactions about it. Twitter user Thebe01 said:

"Bro I would have stood up locked the bedroom door and went under the bed... We would decide were we stand in the morning."

While Patiencenqoko said:

"Maara why do u think ur life matters not- phela ur the man - u should check the noise out."

CheekyTime said:

"Shame on her."

Liedz_M said:

"One day my girl jumped and went to check. When she came back, she found me in the room waiting for her. Yho she was fuming."

Hloks007 said:

"It does matter, the problem is that you once lied and said you’re her protector, so it was exam time period."

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a local blogger had Mzansi divided after she shared how her boyfriend is unable to get their grocery shopping right unless she includes pictures of items on the shopping list. The woman, a popular blogger named Lerato Kgamanyane, told Mzansi all about the issue on social media, and called it the “cutest thing”.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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