Man writes phone number on almost GHc500 cash for woman who flexed him with her number (Video)

Man writes phone number on almost GHc500 cash for woman who flexed him with her number (Video)

- A woman known as @preetyani on Twitter has released a video showing a female hand counting bundles of money

- According to her, she was at a bachelors' party when the man approached her and asked for her number

- She, however, refused to give it out and this led the man to pull out bundles of cash and write his number for her

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A woman, who identifies herself as @preetyani on Twitter, has released a video of herself holding bundles of money.

The video was shared after a man wrote his phone number on the bundles of cash and handed them to her.

Information available shows that this was after she had refused to give out her phone number when the man asked for it.

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YEN.com.gh understands that he wrote his phone number on bundles of money to the tune of 30,000 Naira or GHc472 and asked her to call him when she gets home.

The incident occurred at a bachelors' party at which they were both present.

In other news, in July 2019, Kim Eboreime marked the fifth anniversary of her business which was launched on July 23, 2014.

According to her, she started the business when those of her competitors were at their peak.

That, however, did little to overcome her desire to succeed as it rather helped her focus her energy on providing excellent customer service.

This, per a report by blackenterprise.com became the strategic tool that helped her business attract a large number of regular customers.

In the words of a customer, Donna Slawson, "the spirit is so high here. It’s the best place to come.

They have great employees. They’re all friendly. We love each other here. I feel like I’m part of the family.”

Even though there are over 8,500 7-Eleven franchise stores across the United States, Eboreime succeeded in becoming the first Black woman to start one in her area.

Marking the store’s fifth anniversary, she threw a party at the store and consequently gave away lots of gifts.

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