- One Twitter user said black men should be able to find love without having to pay bills or do favors first
- The tweet opened a discussion about black men in relationships and why they should do everything in their power to form and maintain a relationship.
- The post has gained thousands of likes from people around the world chatting about black men in relationships
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@coach_lauram (Laura) on Twitter shared a post about the struggles of forming a relationship as a black man. Laura said black men deserve to be able to find love that doesn’t require favors and bills paid before a relationship begins.
The self-proclaimed black men’s lawyer tweet garnered a whopping 8,600 likes on the bluebird app as social media users took the time to debate whether or not this was true.
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People all over the world have stepped in to explain why black men seemingly have to prove their worth before entering into a relationship. Check virality Publish below :
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Social media users explain why black men need to prove their worth
@ CoolCat89010242 believes:
“Love needs money, let’s face it.”
“Especially nowadays. 50/50 less to go!”
@jonze_boy replied with:
âA girlfriend who depends only on a man’s money is not worthy of what is called love because it is a fundamental responsibility to take care of yourself as an adult. don’t work and can’t take care of yourself properly, go harder. “
“To be honest, I’m exhausted having to keep spending money.”
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“Black women deserve a love that doesn’t make them suffer and be strong first.”
“Black men just deserve a period of love. You never want too much.”
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In other relationship news, Brief News previously reported that social media user @Zickiie_S made an interesting proposition to his female colleagues by suggesting that they tattoo their men’s names on their breasts.
The woman offered relationship advice that raised eyebrows in a tweet that read:
âWhen you get the chance, tattoo your man’s name on your chest. “
The tweet has gained over 2,600 likes at the time of Brief News“and caught the attention of many, many shared their take on why they would not dare to attempt this particular declaration of their love.
Source: Brief News