- A Twitter user recently took to the platform to share his thoughts on the rising number of independent women
- Identified as Fareed, he described it as a trend which was awkward and abusive to their self-esteem
- Rather than receive backlash, Fareed’s comment section turned into a business directory as many online vendors advertised their goods and services
While many people continue to applaud the rise in the number of independent women making their own money, it appears there are some people who find it disconcerting.
One of such people is Fareed, a civil engineer whose recent tweet is gaining traction for some interesting reasons.
Fareed in his tweet opined that the ’the ugly trend was an abuse to their self-esteem’. He went further to question whether their men were taking care of them or these women were simply not content with what they receive.
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He wrote: "Don't know how I will put it. But this ugly trend of our girls selling food online is really awkward and an abuse to their self-esteem! This self-reliant thing is really getting out of hand! Is it that the men r not providing enough, the girls r not contented or demanding too much?"
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Explaining further, he stated that some girls do it to simply join the trend.
Fareed’s post which got almost a thousand likes on the micro-blogging platform, had several Twitter users reacting in a rather interesting manner.
Rather than bash him for what many believe to be a backward way of thinking, online vendors seized the opportunity to advertise their goods and services in the comment section.
See a few responses
Only a while ago, Ifu Ennada spoke about broke people going into relationships, making it known the type of partner she does not want.
She recently left many people talking after she took to social media to bash financially poor people, saying they have no business being in relationships.
The 2018 BBNaija star advised men who may want to send her a DM, against craving for every 'food' they see.
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Also, the story of Precious G, a lawyer, really goes to show that the greatest resource one needs to succeed is the power of will.
The legal practitioner narrated how she started her business right from her living room with a laptop, some stationery, a printer, and a desk. She said she even had to empty her account to buy the stationery that were worth about $90 (N34,695.00).
In a LinkedIn post, she advised people about the need to start small and to never feel discouraged.
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