Woman backtracks on promise to date guy if he gets 2 000 likes online

Woman backtracks on promise to date guy if he gets 2 000 likes online

- A man slid into his crush's DM and asked how many likes he should get on Twitter to score a date with her

- The lady agreed to a date if he managed to get 2 000 and he ended up surpassing the benchmark

- However, she then backed out of the deal and left him with a broken heart

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Yoh, people open themselves up for some serious heartache on social media. A man, Aiden, slid into his Twitter crush's DM to try and win a date with her.

He asked her how many likes he needed for a date and the lady agreed to 2 000. Aiden managed to get more than the required amount of likes and he let the woman know.

However, her reply shattered him.

She wrote:

"Omfg, I didn't think you'd actually get it ngi. I don't even wanna go on a date, sorry."

She then blocked him from direct messaging her again and Aiden decided to share the devastating news on his Twitter account.

He captioned his post:

"She played with my emotions. Not talking to women for a while."

Take a look at his post below:

The post generated over 139 000 reactions and social media users felt for Aiden.

Aiden thanked them for their support and he called on single ladies to slide into his DMs to prove that not all women are the same.

His post read:

"Any women who want to show me not all women like this are welcomed in my DM."

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported a gentleman identified as Prince Max narrated how he proposed to his mother with a fake Facebook account and got her to deny having a family.

According to Prince, his mother said she had no husband or children. Prince's post went viral and has probably landed him in serious trouble with his mother.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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