A social media couldn't help but laugh out so loud at some slay Queen for being dragged by some guy out of his car .
A girl by the handle of Happiness Princess was left a laughing stock ,after a video was released where she's been seen dragged by a car out of his and the guy was definitely mad .
"Gents stop dating women who can't even buy you streetwise 2 , Data or 2 beer nyana . Who don't know ukuba indoda nayo iyabhejwa .You deserve better manene " @Langa Lokulamga
Apparently , the girl is well known of demanding momey from guys after the groove, after sleeping with guys she demands money from them and if the guy they dont give it to her she threatens to open a case against them ,allegedly.
"I need woman to understand that ' indoda must ' is flawed .
Your school mates got educated and they are pushing 435i M sports and wena you are being told to leave a viano in the middle of nowhere .If you don't make your own money you'll suffer " says @dumisane_
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