- A young and stunning lawyer identified by the Twitter handle @Barrkhadijah_ has caused a great stir online
- She stated that although she is highly accomplished in life, life is so boring for her without a man
- This has created massive reactions on Twitter as people don't understand why a man is that important
A beautiful and successful young lawyer identified on social media as Barrister Khadijah Umar Esq. with the Twitter handle @Barrkhadijah_ has caused a massive stir with a controversial post on the app.
In a tweet sighted by Briefly.co.za on her personal handle, the barrister indicated that life without a man is so boring, no matter how successful a woman may be.
This is in sharp contrast with the opinion held by many women on social media that men or a relationship are not necessary factors to make any woman feel 'complete'.
Take a look at the post below:
In another comment by the stunning lawyer, she indicated that wealth was not a problem for her, but finding a man was. She said:
"I need a man I can share my wealth with."
Take a look at that post below:
Tons of people have been reacting wildly to the lady's words.
@abba_dra agreed with the barrister and said:
"Yes! And behind every successful, rich, knowledgeable, sensible and responsible man, there must have a woman who stands for him. One cannot exist without one."
@mubaraksaba1 also conjectured that:
"That's is about life for you Oo my sister 2day and 2morrow everyday in life. May Allah see us the truth."
A lady named @UmeorizuP said:
"The same us will complain say we don't need a man to thrive, the same us will still complain say even we attain the highest level of achievement we still need a man. Well any way na way."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a man who also shared controversial advice. According to the post made by popular Twitter 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."
Meanwhile, some of his followers had this to say:
"Heban wena. The social distance from you and your brain is too much, atomela nyana."
"Vin strikes again."
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