- A woman took to Twitter to share some sound advice about how people can make men feel bad
- She advised that people shouldn't make a man feel less like a man over expensive things they can't afford
- Her post got a lot of attention on Twitter, sparking a conversation over masculinity
@ayanda_yandiey_ posted some good advice on Twitter, telling people not to emasculate a man due to expensive things that other people cannot afford.
She caught some flak for her comment but stuck to her guns, the tweet got almost 4 000 likes.
"Stop making someone's son feel less of man because of expensive things that you and your family combined cannot afford. Angilwi."
Her tweet got a lot of attention, here are some reactions:
"'You and your family combined' I think this tweet should always rotate around TL every day."
"Women who make men feel less coz they can't afford a lifestyle they can't maintain on their own are desperate people who look to monetize their femininity coz they lack the depth and skills make their own. That doesn't mean women, in general, should not get gifts. Especially if say you love her."
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that feel-good success stories are truly the best and most of these stories tend to spark some sort of motivation in people. A lady by the name of Marisa (@Maricalamariii on Twitter) shared her amazing success story online.
According to Marisa, she has been homeless a shocking seven times in the past year. After starting a business, she managed to secure a place for herself and her baby boy to stay. Marisa posted two adorable images to Twitter.
The first image shows her and her baby holding the key to their new home while the second image is of the two of them posing. It's truly an inspirational moment to be shared and enjoyed.
In other news, cars are considered a necessity by many in this day and age, an expensive one at that. The ability to purchase a vehicle is a feat many don't reach until later in their lives. This is why these achievements are celebrated.
A local man with the Twitter handle @brian_royalb recently paid off his car and he couldn't be happier. @brian_royalb shared an image of his sleek and amazing vehicle to Twitter in celebration of his achievement.
South African tweeps rushed to his replies section to shower him with love, compliments and congratulatory messages.