- Twitter user @TshepiLedwaba took to sharing the hilarious consequences of being overly understanding in relationships
- In the priceless post, the woman shares she had taken a man back twice and supported him financially only to be dumped both times once he finally got a job
- Mzansi tweeps couldn't help laughing at the ridiculous story in the comments section
Sometimes love fills us with the blind naivety only given to those who are truly infatuated. That's surely what happened to @TshepiLedwaba when she had her heart broken twice by the same deadbeat fella.
She took to sharing her hilarious story after Twitter user @Kokoleo_zn encouraged his female followers to spill the tea on a time being understanding in a relationship left them unlucky in love.
In the ridiculous post Tshepi writes:
"He lost his job 2016 took care of him... Petrol alles he got another job left me for his ex... Ok, we move... Lost his job last year ka covid came back and I picked up the pieces. Guy got another job guess what?"
Mzansi social media users definitely couldn't believe the outrageous story. Check out some of their comments below:
"Lol, don't be like this. I'm sure UIF has learnt her lesson."
"No, you didn’t"
"You people are going to hell"
"Hamba wena UIF"
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported people have different expectations when it comes to relationships.
A young South African woman recently headed online to make her views on relationships and relationship dynamics very clear to her followers. The young woman says men shouldn't have to take care of women.
In the post that was made by @amukelani_02, she basically tells other women in relationships to stop expecting men to take care of them financially as this is not an obligation for men but rather something they should be given the option to do.
"Ladies, no man is responsible for taking care of you. If he does, great if he doesn’t? He doesn’t. Let’s lose the entitlement. Take care of yourself," she wrote in the comment section.
Here's what locals had to say:
"Kanti why is he in your life, uzothini kuwe if he is not going to take care of you? Why would you approach someone unprovoked if you not planning on taking care of them..whats love kuni kanti?..unless u shot ur shot."
"Hay Olwethu indoda is not ebomini bakho to take care of wena akenzanga tyala ngokuthanda it's entitlement lento inenza nicinge nisenzela a favor and demand izinto unnecessarily...qhubekeka ngelahlobo ubusenza ngalo I'll meet you halfway mna it's relationship not anything else."
"I'm sorry but if I will still cook, clean, and do domestic work for the man (taking care of him) I expect him to take care of me too. I still strongly believe in the Patriarchal system as long as it's still not shunned completely from our society."
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