What The Tic Tok Slay Queen Said That Angered Men and Made Women Happy
By currentnewss | self meida writer
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Pulse Ghana has posted a video of a popular tic toker in their Instagram handle. In the video, the slay queen made some comments that didn’t go on well with some guys. The comments she made was about the fast approaching valentine. She meant valentine is an occasion that men show love to their women. She told her colleague ladies about what to do to hurt your man when he doesn’t shower you with gifts. These are her comments “ when your boyfriend doesn’t buy anything for you in valentine day, you first have to block him, then delete and finally remove”. It’s believed that her comments are cryptic and they mean. When your boyfriend doesn’t buy you gifts, prevent him from coming closer to you, break up with him and then forget him.
The comments got so many people angry and below are some of their reactions.
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