SA man tells men not to impregnate women while financially unstable

SA man tells men not to impregnate women while financially unstable

- A young man recently took to Twitter to share some advice about having children with financially unstable men

- According to his advice, men should not impregnate women unless they are completely stable enough to provide for a family

- The post quickly received traction as many South Africans quickly decided to share their thoughts, many of them agreeing with the post.

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A young man who calls himself Dr Chauke with the Twitter handle @_BlackZa recently took to the app to share some advice with his followers regarding being financially unstable and deciding to start families.

In the post, the young man tells men who cannot afford to offer their women and children better lives to steer clear of impregnating women and starting families to avoid starting a life of struggle for them.

"Until you're financially stable as a man, don't go and disturb someone's daughter with pregnancy," he captioned the Twitter post.
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Soon locals were in the comment section sharing their thoughts. Read a few of them below.

@ThatoTheLady said:

"The woman must also think for herself, the man doesn't physically get pregnant... at the end of the day the baby belongs to the woman."

@KhanyisaCy said:

"So what if you don't become stable until the age of 40s, come on guys we are grown and some of us are from poor families, a man whether broke or rich deserve to have a family."

@andilemkhize20 said:

"The grant you get from the government is not enough to raise a child sis, if you're both unemployed it will be wise to listen to Dr, don't bring an innocent child into the world to suffer for your own selfish reasons."
Dr Chauke shared advice with his followers

Dr Chauke says people should not start families without being financially stable. Image: @_BlackZA
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In other Briefly.co.za news, a young South African lady, Qhamkile Dutchess Mazibu, recently headed online to share some advice with those who have a crush on someone. Her advice included telling those with crushes to "crush accordingly."

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This basically means to spoil those they are crushing on with acts of generosity such as paying for things like hair and nails on a regular basis. Her advice comes after her crush had sent her money to do her pricey red nails.

"So I put my natural fingers on my status, saying I'd love some red nails, this other gent who has a crush on me said I must go do them, and immediately after saying so he sends the money. Dear other crushes, do you see what other crushes are doing for me. ‍Please crush accordingly. Otherwise thank you, good Sir," wrote Qhamkile.

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