Dating a black woman is like making a long-term investment that returns nothing, according to the president of black Twitter a few days ago, who said that. This is also true for this adorable young Venda couple.
Having been together for about two years, people in Venda refer to Ace and Whitney as the Priddy ugly and Bontle of Venda because they are simply too perfect for one another. However, it seems that when a woman sees a guy in a car, she forgets about all the good things and the difficulties she had with her boyfriend.
As a result, Ace and Whitney have been the talk of Facebook for the past two days, ever since Whitney was photographed getting close to a man driving a Mercedes Benz A45. According to the reports, he works in Johannesburg and is a player, so Whitney was just one of the targets on his December to-do list.
On the day after Ace graduated from university, Facebook's president posted a photo of them together and wrote, "So that A45 ruined that two-year relationship." People laughed as he continued to divulge details of his past relationship with her in front of the assembled group of onlookers.
People in the comment section made fun of the guy's loyalty and how much he used to sacrifice for her. With his money from his hustle, Whitney became an Instagram star after he bought her an iPhone and some fashionable clothing. It appears she is a high school girl.
Laughter ensued when he claimed that the girl had grown tired of photographing herself with her iPhone and that she needed a car as a result. Others were saying that buying her a nice wardrobe wouldn't keep her from leaving him. The relationship may be over, but we don't know yet. Interested in seeing what people thought about this post?
In my opinion, men should learn from Ace and Whitney's experience that playing the role of a girlfriend's parents is stressful and makes it difficult to move on after a breakup. Let's use Ace and Whitney's experience as a lesson in this regard.
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