- A young man recently took to Twitter to share some relationship advice with his fellow men
- In the post, he advises his "brothers" not to stick around and get used after a lady rejects their advances
- South African men and women shared mixed reactions to the clip, many of them heading to the comment section to air their opinions
Relationships are often very difficult to navigate but luckily for the world, there are always people giving out free advice to anyone who would take it, sometimes good and sometimes bad. A young man recently shared his two cents on getting rejected.
Taking to his personal Twitter page, @VinDollar016 shared some advice with men who have faced rejection from ladies who they are interested in. In his advice, he warns men from being used by women who reject them.
"Gents if you get rejected, take your loss and move on. Don't stick around to be used for favours," he wrote.
South Africans shared mixed reactions to the advice, some of them agreeing while others completely disagreeing. Read a few of their comments below.
"What if I wanna be used?"
"We need friends. Don't give these niggas bad advice please."
"We're rejecting them, not the other way round."
"I've learned that giving someone more of what they already don't appreciate won't make them see you or appreciate you let alone respect you and that it's better to just leave them alone."
In more Briefly.co.za relationship news, advice is something you could take wholeheartedly or with a pinch of salt unless you share that advice on social media. A local man who goes by 'Dr Chauke' on Twitter sparked a fierce debate on the app after advising tweeps to "stay away from unemployed women".
His tweet has already been liked over 7 500 times since it's upload earlier this week. The debate in the replies is quite intense. While a lot of men agreed with his advice and took it to heart, a lot of women fought the idea.
Many women have defended themselves by saying that unemployment is not a choice as they are qualified but are unable to find a stable job.
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