- Buhle Samuels took to the Twitter timeline to rant about men who approach women that are alone in public
- The actress said that she finds it rude when men seat themselves next to a woman in a restaurant without permission
- A few men on social media weighed in on the matter with one of them asking her how she prefers to be approached
Buhle Samuels is just not having it. The actress criticised men who interrupt women when they are minding their business alone in public.
She took to Twitter to make it known that she was not going to tolerate any disrespect from men.
Buhle decided to let men know that she hates it when they come for a woman who is eating alone in a restaurant or a bar.
She said that she didn't understand why they would do this without even asking for permission to join.
“Men, why do some of you feel the need to walk up to ladies you don’t know pull up a chair and seat yourself?
"What manners are these? I hate that thing! It’s so arrogant to assume that your interruption is welcome."
This seems to be a common practice for men and some of them reacted to Buhle's comments on the timeline:
@chosentweetssss commented: "Omg that’s so disrespectful I wish someone would lol."
@SparxSenyoraZA said: "Women also do irritating, presumptuous things sometimes. We must just be patient with each other, correct each other without insults or humiliation. That's all."
@lepogo33 commented: "To just pull a chair without permission is disrespectful. However, you must understand we need you and will always make moves. In all of it there must be respect."
One of them asked Buhle what the correct way to approach a woman in public is:
@MMMthiyane said: "According to you, what's the good manner to approach a woman?"
Buhle replied: "You can come show your interest but not seat yourself. If you ask to get to know me and the answer is no the first and second time, take your L and live happily ever after."
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