- A Twitter user recently headed to the app to share a clip of a beautiful home being demolished by an excavator
- According to the post, a wealthy businessman was tearing the house down because the woman he built it for broke up with him
- Locals have shared various reactions to the clip, many of them wondering why he didn't just sell it
Some people have enough money to tear down beautiful homes for the most bizarre reasons - a local businessman is allegedly one of them. A young man recently shared that a businessman hired an excavator to demolish a beautiful home that he built for his woman.
The clip of the home being brought down by an excavator was shared on Twitter by a user called @THAB4NG who claims that a businessman was angry at his ex-girlfriend, who broke up with him, and so he decided to demolish the property he built for her.
"A business man called in an excavator and TLB to demolish a house he built for his girlfriend after she broke up with him," Thabang captioned the post.
Meanwhile, locals had this to say about the post:
"This should serve as an example to all women who lack ambition and relax coz the husband does everything. Women must learn to be independent. Those who believe "A man must do everything" will regret it later."
"No focus here you don't take back something you did for someone in good times even if she cheated in that house you must just walk and understand odladilwe."
In similar Briefly.co.za relationship news, there was a mild drama at an undisclosed restaurant somewhere in Africa when a young man crashed a romantic date between his girlfriend and another man.
Decked in traditional attire, the young man walked into the restaurant and approached his girlfriend to retrieve the items he bought for her. The items included her straight hair wig, phone and shoes. Despite the lady's protests, the man ensured he collected the items.
The other man with whom the lady was having a date watched as the drama unfolded but decided that there was no point in staying back. Many people on Twitter have reacted to this development.
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Source: Briefly News