- A lady has claimed she bought a house in the US working as a nurse without support from anyone
- @OfficialNurse_ said she "no sugar daddying or hoeing" was need to achieve it as she shared photos of the new building
- There were some peeps who disagreed and said that she is not the owner of the house posted online
A lady has generated massive reactions on Twitter with her 'great achievement' as she posted about her new house in the US. @OfficialNurse_ said there was "no sugar daddying or hoeing" done to be able to afford the good life she wanted for herself.
There were, however, many people in her comment section who said that the building in the photos she shared is not her own.
People who were certain she was using the photos to gain clout called her out. At the time of Briefly.co.za's viewing, the young lady had not disputed the claim.
Take a look at her post below:
Below are just a few of the reactions her post received:
"Looking at your Twitter profile picture it does not in any way look like the picture you posted, now I’m wondering why you would post another person's house claiming it is your achievement."
"Dear sis, we didn't ask you for the source of your success. We are only here to wish you well. Congratulations in order."
"Bobrisky and her entourage nearly put all the genuinely hardworking men and women in the mud. Thank you nurse for redeeming us. Hard work pays! If you want to be a ho, please by all mean be a ho but don’t try to rubbish the efforts of those who choose to earn an honest living!"
"Congrats dear... But the rest wasn’t necessary. The system there makes it easy to live comfortably without ‘hoeing’."
In other news about controversial posts, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a young lawyer who created a stir online. Barrister Khadijah Umar Esq. with the Twitter handle @Barrkhadijah_, 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'.
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."
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