- Siphiwe Ndlovu had Twitter buzzing after he shared relationship advice involving friends
- The young man advised people to not disrespect their friends' significant others, among other things
- His tweet gained traction as many peeps agreed with his advice and added on to it
Siphiwe Ndlovu (@_siphiwe_n on Twitter) decided to share some sound relationship advice with his followers. Siphiwe's advice revolves around how people interact with and treat their friends' partners.
The young man advised that friends should not disrespect mates' significant others and that people should not disrespect their partners in order to please their friends. He also wrote: "Mela umuntu wakho," which roughly translates to "Represent your person."
Siphiwe added two follow-up tweets advising peeps to not date a disrespectful person and to know your boundaries. His tweets seemed to reach the right side of Twitter as many tweeps agreed with his suggestions.
Read Siphiwe's tweets below:
Siphiwe received tons of support from tweeps who wholeheartedly agreed with him. Read some of their responses below:
@MhuMhuSe tweeted in response:
"Partners set the tone of how the friends should view and treat you."
"As my mate? Don't even try it."
"And your partner shouldn't disrespect your friends."
"Naye he mustn’t disrespect himself or me. It’s so exhausting having to defend a person who seems to have no regard for you or themselves."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a lady who advised her female followers to find themselves before finding a man. Jaynee listed a few things to do instead of getting into a relationship.
Some of these are studying, finding a better job, finding a skincare regimen or reading a book. She wrote her tweet in all capital letters in an attempt to stress the importance of what she was saying.
Jaynee's tweet quickly went viral worldwide gaining over 179.4k likes, 45.5k retweets and 6 200 quote tweets. Her tweet read:
"Y’all are so obsessed with finding a man... Girl go study, find a better job, find a skincare regimen, tweak your resume, update your cover letter, read a book, increase your credit, get that degree. Keep your priorities straight!"
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Source: Briefly News