Any guy above 20 without a car has failed in life - Beautiful lady says

Any guy above 20 without a car has failed in life - Beautiful lady says

- Arny, a young lady on Twitter has caused a massive stir with her opinion that every man must own a car by the age of 20

- It is thought that the young lady had it quite easy in life, which is what has given her the effrontery to make such a statement

- Many people, men and women alike have bashed Arny for her controversial post

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A beautiful young lady identified on Twitter as Arny has caused a great stir by saying that every man must be able to own a car by the age of 20 or else can be considered as failures in life.

This comes as a great surprise considering the fact that there are people in their thirties who are unable to own a laptop because it is simply too expensive.

It is not clear on what basis Arny came up with the strong conviction but it is thinkable that she has had it pretty easy in life, which is why she feels anyone not doing so is a failure.

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Needless to say, a quick glance at Arny's Twitter account shows that she is popularly known for her strong and controversial opinions regarding life and love.

Her comment about men above 20 having their own cars was no exception as it generated a great debate from both men and women alike who were mostly against Arny's statement.

Sb Street sought to use an interesting comparison to bring Arny to the notice that her statement is flawed:

Iyamd Loyl also added that sometimes, some people like Arny just open their mouths and say anything at all:

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Joe Mide, who appears to be a lady, also added her voice against Arny and barefacedly rebuked her albeit harshly for making the comment about men.

YEN.com.gh also reported that Victor Asare, a young Ghanaian doctor in China has gone into music and has started making waves in the most populous nation in the world both as a musician and a model.

In an interview with Selorm Hellen, a rising Ghanaian Youtuber and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Victor narrated his journey to studying medicine in China as well as going into music.

According to the Ghanaian doctor, he left Ghana in 2013 to study medicine at the Shenyang Medical College in China and ventured into music whilst in school.

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