Dr Musa Mthombeni offers Valentine’s Day advice and says ‘friends with benefits’ has no place in the day

Cape Town – South African television personality and medical doctor Musa Mthombeni, and his wife Miss SA 2015 Liesl Laurie-Mthombeni celebrated their love on Valentine’s Day. The medical doctor quickly turned into the love doctor with his great advice that could help somebody who is unknowingly in need of his words. He noted that the “holiday” is a “holiday” for... Read more → The post Dr Musa Mthombeni offers Valentine’s Day advice and says ‘friends with benefits’ has no place in the day appeared first on African Insider.

Dr Musa Mthombeni offers Valentine’s Day advice and says ‘friends with benefits’ has no place in the day

Cape Town – South African television personality and medical doctor Musa Mthombeni, and his wife Miss SA 2015 Liesl Laurie-Mthombeni celebrated their love on Valentine’s Day.

The medical doctor quickly turned into the love doctor with his great advice that could help somebody who is unknowingly in need of his words.

He noted that the “holiday” is a “holiday” for all and that nobody should be excluded.

“It’s a holiday for all. No one person in a relationship of some kind shouldn’t be gifted. Reciprocate the feeling,” Musa wrote on Instagram.

The doctor also said that the holiday shouldn’t be spent with someone “you’re vibing with” or with someone seen as a “friend with benefits”.

 

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“Under no circumstances should you be going out with someone today unless you’re looking to either solidify the connection and make it official. Abo ‘friends with benefits’ and ‘we’re just vibing’ mustn’t even entertain a date today. You wake up tomorrow to “what are we now…”. Just move that date to tomorrow,” Musa advised.

He also highlighted how a simple WhatsApp message perhaps won’t suffice on a day that celebrates love such as this.

“A text message alone won’t suffice today. Spoil her… with a WhatsApp voice call. Spice things up! It’s not the day for ‘how are you doing’ text messages. Rather call her on WhatsApp and say ‘hello hello, can you hear me? Eish! Let me call you back! Argh this network’. This will feel better than the text.

“Lastly, love the one you’re with. Forever-love and tomorrows aren’t promised. Love deeply with all you have then uzobona phambili.”

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