- A lady with the handle @jayydawayda has stirred reactions online after saying she needs a new TV for her PS5
- Many believed she has a misplaced priority, wondering why she would spend much on a game console when she does not have a screen at home
- After conversations around her trended for days, she came back on the platform to say she got the TV
A lady with the Twitter handle @jayydawayda has stirred massive reactions on the bird app after she revealed she wanted a TV for her new Play Station 5 game console.
Putting out the need on the app, the lady made a very short video of the purchase, a clip that has been watched over one million times.
And that is all thanks to a man with the handle @JayMfBee_ who quoted the clip and said:
"Yo priorities backwards".
The man's response gathered thousands of comments as people had a lot to say on how right her decision is to get the console before a television.
In a subsequent tweet, the lady said that she has bought herself a TV and a soundbar. According to Play Station blog, the starting recommended retail price for the gadget is $399 (R6000).
See the posts below:
Below are some of the replies the quoted comments got:
"You can buy a tv anytime, you cannot do the same w a ps5."
"Omg she bought some gas before the car."
"You don't necessarily need a tv, you can just get a PC or a monitor to play on it..."
"Not really. You can get a tv anytime but that PS5 is like finding a good relationship it’s rare."
"Not really PS5 are limited in quality at the moment and monitors are super cheap to pick up and are in stock in the meantime. I'd rather have a top of the line system with a older Tv/monitor than a new TV and no game system at all."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian mother with the Twitter handle @Ada_Ojilibeka motivated her son with a reward of PS5 and it worked.
In a tweet on Wednesday, November 17, the mother said that after she promised her son the gadget provided he makes the 320/400 in his secondary school entrance examination, the boy performed beyond her expectation.
Spurred by the joy of owning one of the few favourite gadgets among gamers, the boy 'cleared' the exam and got 363/400.
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