- A clip of a woman harshly rejecting a man's proposal has been shared online by a local Twitter user
- In the clip, the woman can be heard shouting at the man who is still on his knees holding the ring
- Many South Africans, in particular SA men, had a lot to say about the post in the comment section
A clip of a woman rejecting a man's proposal has been shared online by a South African man who wanted to know whether or not her reaction to being popped the question was in any way at all justifiable.
In the clip that was shared by the man with the handle @tshabi222003, a man can be seen kneeling in what appears to be a mall while the woman he was proposing to stands above him and makes quite a scene while rejecting his proposal.
"Ladies is this necessary though?" Tshabi asked in the caption of the post.
Soon locals were in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the woman's reaction. Read a few of their comments below:
"This is my worst fear..."
"Just don't do it in public then, if you get rejected that is the ultimate humiliation."
"I'm never proposing in public umuntu ngizomfaka i'ring elele uzobona ekseni ukuthi izinto zijikile manje."
"No it’s not! She is bloody unnecessary."
"In most cases, such guys treat ladies like trash privately and wanna pull this stunt publicly."
"Not everyone likes this kind of public gesture, sometimes get to know what your person prefers through hints instead of assuming they'd melt at your idea of romance."
In other Briefly News reports, a video has emerged on social media in which a man can be seen proposing marriage to his girlfriend in a mall. The young man goes on his knee to ask the lady to marry him but he was rejected by his lover, who asked him if he was capable of giving her a baby.
As the lady asked him the question, the man could not utter a word, and after he was helped on his feet he began to cry, saying he used his 'manhood' for a money ritual for the lady's sake.
Onlookers watched the drama as they surrounded the couple. Briefly News understands that the video could be a skit or it may have been scripted for clout-chasing. After the video was shared on Twitter by @instablog9ja, tweeps flooded the comment section to share their thoughts.
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