Woman says she'd rather be broke than make money illegally

Woman says she'd rather be broke than make money illegally

- A young woman recently caused a stir on social media when she posted her opinion about money

- The user, whose name is Grace and uses the handle @jim_wea, posted that she would prefer to be broke rather than get rich through illegal means

- Since the tweet was posted, over 10 000 people have been reacted to it and many online users had a debate about the statement

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A young woman, identified as Grace with the handle @jim_wea, took to social media to post a tweet that has since gotten over 10 000 reactions on Twitter.

Grace posted to her Twitter account that she would prefer to have no money rather than be wealthy but become so through illegal activity.

What many found the statement to imply is that Grace felt that her morals guided her choices. Some agreed and found her righteous, others argued that she was simply naive.

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See the post below:

Check out some of the reactions on her post below:

@eraytee001 was in full support of what Grace said:

@Sir_izu stated that:

This is total bullsh*t. I am not insinuating scamming is a good idea but then is there any dignity in being broke? Lol, it seems you haven't been broke in your life until you are accused of stealing because they know since you can't afford it you are most likely the culprit."

User @eraytee001 further addressed a problem he saw with many of the comments:

I'll choose a broke man over a man who has illegal wealth - Pretty lady implies

Woman says she'd rather be broke than make money illegally. Credit Source: @jim_wea
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Speaking of relationships, South Africa's own Trevor Noah has been rumoured to have found himself a new bae and Briefly.co.za reported on when the comedian went house-hunting with Minka Kelly and gave fans some confirmation that they were dating.

Hollywood insiders had said that the pair were spotted house-hunting together in Los Angeles. TV show host Wendy Williams spoke about the story on her chat show and said that Trevor and Minka were looking at properties on the California housing market.

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The two have not confirmed their relationship publicly and have not been seen together since the Covid-19 crisis hit but rumours surfaced in early August that they were dating.

E! News reported that a source had confirmed the relationship and that Trevor and Minka have been living together for "several months" and that things are "getting serious".

Wendy Williams took the couple rumours one step further and said that Trevor Noah is definitely dating Minka and that he's very into "solid relationships" and that the two were looking for a house together.

Whether Minka was involved in the one Trevor eventually bought is unclear, but the house-hunting must have worked because the comedian purchased a property in Bel-Air and Briefly.co.za took a sneak peek inside the R400 million mansion.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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