- A man recently shared a hilarious post about how his cousin pays him to pretend that he is a Chief in Zimbabwe
- According to the post, the young man lied to an American woman who now believes that he is a big-shot in Zimbabwe
- Locals shared various reactions to the post while at the same time offering their services as well
A young man recently shared a hilarious post about how his cousin pays him to help keep up with a lie that he told to impress an American woman who believes he is a wealthy chief from Zimbabwe.
"My cousin lied to an American chick that he is a tribal chief in Zim. Now I have to video call him every week at my friend's cattle farm calling him "My Lord" and saying his cattle are well. For 200 bucks a week it's worth it," he wrote hilariously in the funny Twitter post.
South Africans could not deal with the post and were soon making hilarious comments about it in the replies section. Read a few of their comments below:
"Don't you need some ululating tribal aunties for our Lord? Am available for $50 a week too! Please hook a sister up."
"Dating a man from another country is too risky, the lies are too much!!"
"Listen Mox, I got the attire to make this work if you reel me in on this deal, we can my lord him all the way fam"
In other funny Briefly News, a social media user has taken a jab at South African women who have raised their expectations as far as relationships are concerned. According to @Dumisane_, he implies that Mzansi women should try to up their game and improve their lives before making unrealistic demands on the other gender.
Social media users shave also joined him and many seem to have the same experiences and have made pleas to the females in their lives to lower the expectations a bit.
Briefly News explored the comments left beneath the post that will leave you in stitches in what is seen as one of the hottest topics in recent times.
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