- A Twitter user has claimed that ladies are not getting men to propose to them these days because of their protruding tummies
- According to the man, most men think that such ladies are pregnant; a reason they are not proposing to them
- He noted that the fat stomach of ladies which seem to be common these days make men think the ladies are carrying babies
A Twitter user has caused a stir on social media after commenting on why he thinks men are not proposing to ladies these days.
According to the man, many ladies seem to have big stomach these days, making men feel like they are pregnant instead.
In a report sighted on the Facebook page of Ghana Celebrities, the man expressed his opinion on why men are not proposing to ladies lately.
"Most of you ladies are single because your stomach makes men think you are pregnant," the social media user with the Twitter handle @Thabangmasoabi wrote.
Facebook users on reading the post, expressed their opinion over the man's claim:
Damian agreed with the man's claim:
Junior quizzed about the option of going for a disrespectful lady without big stomach:
Emmanuel claimed the ladies eat without exercising:
Duke expressed his opinion on the saga:
Emmanuel had this to say:
While some men agreed to the issue of ladies' big stomach, some ladies defended the issue and jabbed the man.
They claimed that child birth among other complications result in some women having a big stomach.
The ladies argued that having a big stomach does not mean they do not have good character to become a good wife.
Meanwhile, fans have showered praise on musician MzVee after her 'old age' photo surfaced online.
MzVee's photo was used for the FaceApp Challenge and it came out that her 'old age' photo looked beautiful as fans claimed she is the best among all other celebrities whose 'old age' photo surfaced.
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