Slay Queen Makes Man Pay Her Money To Get Her Numbers. A of a woman on Twitter saying that she made a man pay her money in exchange for her numbers went viral.
A of a woman on Twitter saying that she made a man pay her money in exchange for her numbers went viral. The woman says that she met the man at Spar supermarket. She made the man pay her R250 for giving him her numbers.
The woman posted screenshots of her conversation with the man. She ended her tweet saying, “So from today, I’m selling my numbers.” Tweeps were divided on her decision of making someone pay her in exchange for numbers. Some tweeps were praising her for the brave action that she took.
One tweep said that she hopes the woman blocked the guy just after he gave her money. The tweep said: “I hope you were queen enough to block him after.” One tweep said that she should ask for R1000 next time. The tweep said: “Well done bbe (babe) next time just ask for 1K.”
One tweep said: “I have decided to stan.” One tweep said that her action was iconic. “Your behaviour has proven iconic and I have no choice but to stan,” said the tweep. Other tweeps didn’t like what she did to the man. One tweep said: “Nna ake hlanye (I’m not mad) keep your number!” Another tweep quoted a bible verse for her.
The tweep said: “Do not grow weary of welcoming strangers in your homes, for many have entertained angels yet they never knew. I bet that guy is a good person, you may not see it now but he is a rare breed.” Other tweeps told her that what she pulled a dangerous move.
He’s a good sport. Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzeneggerwas attacked on Saturday during his annual Arnold Classic Africa sports festival. At the event in Sandton, Johannesburg, the 71-year-old was kicked from behind by one of the festival attendees, and he took to Twitter to share an update with fans about how he’s doing after the attack.
“Thanks for your concerns, but there is nothing to worry about. I thought I was just jostled by the crowd, which happens a lot,” the Terminator star wrote on Twitter. “I only realized I was kicked when I saw the video like all of you. I’m just glad the idiot didn’t interrupt my Snapchat.”
Thanks for your concerns, but there is nothing to worry about. I thought I was just jostled by the crowd, which happens a lot. I only realized I was kicked when I saw the video like all of you. I’m just glad the idiot didn’t interrupt my Snapchat.
Footage of the incident was captured on cell phone video by spectators at the event. In the clip, it seemed like Arnold had been taking a break from judging the jump rope competition to snap some selfies with fans when a young man ran up behind him and dropkicked Arnold right in the back. A man who seemed to be Arnold’s bodyguard immediately took action, and he grabbed the young man by his shoulders, lifted him up and escorted him out.
While many fans and fellow celebs were obviously concerned for Arnold, others were impressed by the way he absorbed the impact from the kick. “That looked like he jumped against a wall 😁 glad that [you’re] OK legend,” one fan wrote, and another commented, “It looks like he is more In pain than you 😅 💪🏼 #unbreakable Arnold.”
Arnold didn’t let the incident stop him from enjoying the multi-sport festivities, which included competitions in all areas of sports: from archery and dance to rugby and softball. The former California governor wanted to make sure that the incident that took place during Saturday’s event did not overshadow the hard work that all of the amazing athletes had been doing in order to compete.
“We have 90 sports here in South Africa at the @ArnoldSports, and 24,000 athletes of all ages and abilities inspiring all of us to get off the couch,” Arnold wrote. “Let’s put this spotlight on them.”
The video, which is circulating on social media, shows how Schwarzenegger was watching a rope-skipping competition when he was approached to take a video of the children skipping. Schwarzenegger obliges and is filmed as he gets up from his seat and then takes a video of the children while speaking into the phone camera. A man can be seen lurking behind him and it seems that he is pulled away by what appears to be Schwarzenegger’s security team.
Just as Schwarzenegger hands over the phone on which he was taking his video, the man returns again, runs up, jumps up and kicks Schwarzenegger in the back.
Schwarzenegger tumbles forward into a crowd of people while the man who kicked him is held down by security.
Shortly afterwards, Schwarzenegger takes his seat by the side of the court again, seemingly unharmed by the incident, but a short while later he and his team get up from their seats and move through the convention centre, which is where the video ends.
Amber Peat went missing after storming out of her home in Mansfield, West Mids, in May 2015
A TROUBLED schoolgirl who hanged herself after running away from school “had to wash every pot in the house”, an inquest has heard.
Amber Peat, 13, was also banned from celebrating her birthday because of “bad behaviour”.
Amber went missing after storming out of her home in Mansfield, West Mids, in May 2015.
She was found dead nearby three days later in a clump of bushes, a Nottingham inquest heard.
Today, the hearing was told how the teen had also run away from home in March the year before, after another row over chores, but her parents refused to collect her.
She climbed out of a window when she was left to do some washing up in the family’s kitchen, while her parents were out, the inquest heard.
Amber later told a youth worker her parents said: “What goes on in this house stays in this house.”
MailOnline reports that Joanne Robinson, a multi-agency team (MAT) boss at Derbyshire County Council, gave evidence, telling the court that Amber had been referred to receive one-on-one meetings with a youth worker.
The inquest was told of a time when the girl was “made to wash every pot in the house” and that the girl had claimed that she “couldn’t celebrate her birthday this year because of her behaviour”.
She stormed out of the family home on April 4, 2015.
However, when her parents were contacted, they said they could not come and get her because their dog was in labour, reports the Mansfield and Ashfield Chad.
Amber’s complicated home-life was revealed when a midwife told the hearing that her dad had taken an overdose of his medication in February 2014 and that her mum had suffered with depression.