- A young South African woman recently went online to share a sweet post about her generous and romantic boyfriend
- According to the post, her man gives her R500 (N12,951.43) every single time she goes to visit him
- Many locals have shared their thoughts on the young woman's relationship, also wishing that they too could find the same generous lovers for themselves
A young South African woman recently headed online to swoon over her generous and somewhat arguably romantic boyfriend who gifts her some cash every single time she visits him.
In the tweet that was posted by a Twitter user with the handle @khomotsoacc, she explained that no matter how many times she visits her man, she always leaves R500 (N12,951.43) richer. In the post, she also explained that her man usually sneaks the cash into her purse.
The lady tweeted:
"Yoh guys my boyfriend hle everytime I visit him, every morning I check my purse there's R500, it doesn't matter how many times I visit him in a week, he puts it without me noticing. I love this man."
Of course, South Africans had a bunch of things to say about the young woman's relationship. Read a few of their interesting comments below:
"What I'm picking up is you love him coz he puts R500 in your purse every time, kahle kahle nina nijoliswa yindlala ne. Cant, you love him coz he loves you, or shows you love? No ujabuliswa yimali."
"What's happens the day he stops putting the money?"
"Can I have your boyfriend's number wanna tell him how happy you are... about the way he's treating you."
In other news, a young female event planner was overwhelmed with emotions as her better half proposed marriage at a venue she was made to believe she was setting up for a client.
The young female entrepreneur was originally tasked by her fiancé through another man to set up the venue for his marriage proposal.
Unknown to her, she was about to receive the surprise of her life.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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