- A young man has taken to Twitter to share a bold statement about broke South African women
- According to his post, men have a problem with broke women who act like they are owed something by men
- The post received thousands of reactions from both Mzansi men and women who all wanted to share their thoughts in the comment section
South African Twitter seems to be filled with dating, relationships, and romantic advice. Another tweep has come out and shared his thoughts on broke women and their dependence on men for financial relief.
According to the post made by popular app user, @VinDollar06,, men don't necessarily mind women who don't have money, but they do take issue with women who expect them to do things for them. Read his tweet below.
"We don't have a problem with broke women. We have a problem with broke women who think we owe them success," he wrote in the tweet.
Meanwhile, his followers had this to say:
"Heban wena. The social distance from you and your brain is too much, atomela nyana"
"Vin strikes again."
"Yaz if oobhuti bethu could just grow up and not be so pussy whipped, we would have less and less of those kind of women. It’s like the supply and demand scenerio. If men could just learn to say NO, then maybe they’d be less women who have such ridiculous expectations"
"Yeah. It's unfortunate that you men have to pick up the financial mess their fathers left behind, siyayibona lento eish"
In other Briefly.co.za relationship news, a young South African woman, @TarciaMakgolane, headed to her Twitter page to share some advice about dating and marrying healthily. According to her post, people should not only consider a person's financial status when it comes to getting into a relationship.
Tarcia also interestingly encourages people looking for relationships to also consider a person's emotional and mental well-being as the two factors also play a huge role in the success of any relationship.
"We’re obsessed about dating & marrying financially stable partners, forgetting to check mental, emotional & spiritual stability," she captioned the Twitter post.
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