- A lady has questioned why girls without jobs go about with iPhone 11s
- The lady's tweet got many responses from people who believed she touched on a sensitive subject
- While many countered her, others supported her tweet with their thoughts
A lady with the Twitter handle @amandathesauce has come down really hard on girls without a means of livelihood who go around with expensive iPhone 11s and the like.
She said she really does not understand people who lead such a kind of lifestyle. Since she posted the tweet on Wednesday, September 9, it has attracted thousands of engagements.
The comment section of her post is filled with mixed responses from people who supported her hard criticism, saying it was spot on, and those who had holes to pick in it.
Read her tweet below:
Some of those who countered her tweet said that the girls with such devices may have rich parents or families who gave them as gifts.
There is a section of people who just believe the Nigerian lady was trying hard to ruffle feathers and get her nose into other people's business.
Read people's reactions below:
A Twitter user is of the opinion that success is success and someone replied, asking if using an iPhone equals success.
Making an excuse for the ladies, Vee Siwella said it could be a gift from family and friends.
Another commenter said some of the ladies have rich boyfriends who don't mind spoiling them.
Kedibone pointed out that she was jobless and using an iPhone because her husband bought it for her.
Maureen Kanana has a different opinion. According to her, she would rather save up and buy land than spend so much on a phone.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za also reported that a local woman has had social media buzzing after she took to Twitter to share two screenshots of two different conversations with both her boyfriend and her male bestie. In the texts, the lady tells the bf and the bestie how she just got stuck.
"Babe, my car broke down in the middle of nowhere, I'm so scared," she wrote in one text to both the boyfriend and to the bestie.
The responses from the two differed vastly, somewhat proving the point for some woman that "male besties" are not only important to have, but some times better to have than actual boyfriends, who seemingly can tend to get a little too comfortable in relationships.
The contrasting screenshots sparked a ton of comments from tweeps who shared mixed opinions about its contents.
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