- A lady with the Twitter handle, @Life_of_Nana, went on a rant online about a man who invited her to visit his apartment only to find it nearly empty
- @Life_of_Nana said she will never return because the guy had no furniture in his home
- The lady's post went viral and it touched the heart of a local company, who has offered to decorate the man's house for him
On Friday, October 2, screenshots of a woman's Twitter posts went viral online. The message showed the lady going on a rant after she visited a man's home just to find out he had almost no furniture.
In one of the posts, the lady wrote:
"This guy invited me to his place that had no furniture, this is so disgraceful. Does he not have any shame?"
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She then added:
"Hahahaha you guys are saying I'm being mean, lol I am high maintenance and that's that on that. I will not leave my fully furniture [sic] house for this. Sorry."
The lady then posted a snap of the nearly empty apartment and wrote:
"I'll never come here again."
The screenshots were posted on Twitter by social media user Lerato M (@Leratompunzi1) who captioned it:
"In case you missed it, this is why the furniture girl is the talk of the town."
Shortly after her post, a decor business reached out to try and find the humiliated man. According to Lerato, @RoyalPlushDecor wants to give the man a home makeover.
Take a look at the post below:
The man has not yet been identified but social media users were inspired by the company's willingness to help him.
Social media users weren't impressed by the woman's tweets and one man shared his own story, revealing not all women are the same.
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Twitter user, @MokoenaTD1, wrote:
"When I first came to JHB, I was sleeping on the floor ka mattress wa R160, with my clothes, pots and plates staying on the floor. I invited my girlfriend over, she supported me by helping me save, because of her I managed to buy TV, fridge, bed, etc. When we talk of girlfriends..."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @rutie_xx stirred conversations online as she talked about married men and faithfulness.
She said if married men shun extra-marital affairs, 95% of female students will go hungry. She tweeted:
"If married men choose to become faithful to their wives. To be very honest, 95% of female student will die of hunger!!"
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