- A lady has caused a stir on Twitter after saying any man that cannot spend his hard earned money on her does not deserve her
- The lady with the handle @the__meera says she is worth the money that any man will spend on her
- Tweeps flooded the comment section of her post to share their opinions
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A lady with the Twitter handle @the__meera has taken to the microblogging site to inform tweeps that any man that cannot spend his hard-earned money on her does not deserve her.
The lady, who posted two pictures of herself on Twitter, wrote: "You can’t want me as your woman if you can’t spend your hard-earned money on me...I’m worth it!"
The lady's post attracted some reactions as tweeps asked her what she would be bringing to the table apart from her physical appearance.
Twitter user with the handle @OjoAdelakan wrote: "Keep looking for a man to spend money on u no go work for own money. U were a liability to ur parents and u want to remain a liability to the man that will marry u again. Kai."
Another tweep with the handle @eboriley wrote: "Nobody's worth anything. One day we're all going to die. Everyone is just a chuck of molecules drifting around. We imagine our own importance and purpose. The only thing that keeps us moving is hope. We are nothing."
Below are other reactions:
In other news, a video emerged on social media in which a young man was left disappointed while proposing to his lover.
In the video, the unidentified man could be seen kneeling down for his lover in the middle of the road, but the lady walked out on him.
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The man, who at a point started crying, begged the young lady to accept his ring but she refused it and walked out on him, leaving onlookers amazed.
Apart from the man who pleaded with the lady, eyewitnesses also begged her to accept the young man's proposal.
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