- Social media users have taken to Twitter to reveal why they believe they are still single with the hashtag #IamSingleBecause
- The posts are hilarious as tweeps explain that the reasons that they have not yet found the right person
- Quite a few people have cited their careers or timing as the reasons they have not committed to a relationship
Some people have bad luck finding love and they have no idea why other people struggle to find that special someone but they at least know why.
Social media users took to Twitter using the hashtag #IamSingleBecause to explain why they cannot find their soulmate.
Quite a few tweeps have said that they are waiting for the right moment or focussing on their careers before the commit to a relationship.
The posts are hilariously funny and remind us the South Africans choose to laugh before they cry.
Briefly.co.za put together some of these posts to share with Mzansi:
"#IamSingleBecause I am busy securing the bag!"
"#IamSingleBecause I'm tired of meeting 2 minutes noodles."
"#IamSingleBecause No one believes that I'm single"
"#IamSingleBecause I keep meeting perverts."
"#IamSingleBecause most guys think I'm not their type or I'm unapproachable."
"#IamSingleBecause I don't have money, Car etc and I won't be able to buy gifts for them ka Valentine's day."
"#IamSingleBecause Still waiting for Valentine's to pass then I can make my move!"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi Mhlongo is enjoying what he calls a BestiCation with Vusi Nova. Throughout the weekend he has posted videos of himself and Vusi having fun.
His latest video is a not so subtle flex of him on a luxury yacht near Cape Town. The video, probably shot with a drone shows Somizi on a massive yacht with the majestic Table Mountain in the background.
In other news, Somizi Mhlongo has shared a couple of videos on his Instagram page of himself and Vusi Nova spending some time together.
The first video shows Somizi and Vusi disembarking from private plane, Somizi looking stylish as ever, Mohale Motaung is nowhere to be seen.
The second Video of Somizi in a swimming pool, as he pans the camera, Vusi is seen in the background.
Vusi asks, "Are you doing a video there?"
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