M’sian woman leaves 27yo BF after finding out he ‘only’ has RM50k in savings, says she ‘doesn’t feel financially secure’

Source: MCN 亚娱 via FB

When it comes down to starting a family together between a couple, the topic of finances will no doubt at some point come into discussion. But the question is, how much does it really take for a couple to feel financially secure together?

M’sian woman leaves BF after finding out he ‘only’ has RM50K in savings

In a screenshots from a conversation that were shared by Chinese community Facebook page MCN 亚娱, it was alleged that a local woman had decided to break-up with her boyfriend after learning that he had ‘only’ RM50,000 in savings at 27-years-old, claiming that she did not feel financially secure in being with him. The conversation began with the woman texting her now ex-boyfriend, telling him that she felt that it would be best if they had simply remained friends instead of pursuing their relationship any further.

An anonymous Malaysian woman complaining that she doesn't feel any sense of financial security from her boyfriend, as he only had RM50,000 in savings.
An anonymous Malaysian woman complaining that she doesn’t feel any sense of financial security from her boyfriend, as he only had RM50,000 in savings. Source: MCN 亚娱 via FB

“I’ve been mulling over this for a while, and I think it would be better off if we remained friends. You don’t have to come and fetch me tomorrow.” she wrote.

To which her puzzled boyfriend asks, “What do you mean? We’ve been fine this whole time, why do you want to break up all of a sudden?”

Which prompted her to explain that she doesn’t feel financially secure in being with him, as he had ‘only’ RM50,000 in savings, despite being 27-years-old. She even said that she had been waiting to break-up with him after the Chinese New Year period, as she didn’t want to have to explain to her family why she was still single after all this time.

An anonymous Malaysian woman complaining that she doesn't feel any sense of financial security from her boyfriend, as he only had RM50,000 in savings.
An anonymous Malaysian woman complaining that she doesn’t feel any sense of financial security from her boyfriend, as he only had RM50,000 in savings. Source: MCN 亚娱 via FB

“You waited until after Chinese New Year to break up with me? What do you think I am?” her ex-boyfriend asked.

“Hey, I care about your feelings. I should be asking you, what do you think I am. All you earn is RM4k to RM5k every month. You’ve been saving for so long, and all you’ve managed to pull together is RM50,000. My friends go to HaiDiLao every day, and you only bring me there once a month.

I feel like I’m torturing myself. I feel like I deserve more.” she replied.

Exasperated, her ex-boyfriend proceeded to ask if all this had been prompted over concerns with money, and bluntly asked how much she expected him to have.

“I don’t know. RM50,000 is just too little. I think we could spend that amount in a single month. Do you understand? I really don’t feel any sense of security. I really can’t see how you can provide for the life that I am looking for. I’m sorry.” she responded.

Netizens condemn the woman for wanting a lavish lifestyle, yet expecting her boyfriend to pay for it

The series of chats has since gone viral across Chinese social media, with many netizens lambasting the anonymous woman for being materialistic and unwilling to work for a lifestyle that she wanted for herself.

“Does anybody have her contact information? Let me give her a piece of my mind. What does she think she is, a pearl?” Source: Facebook
“If I want money, I’ll work had for it. What kind of woman relies on a man?”  Source: Facebook
“She complains this much, but her bank balance may only have RM500.”  Source: Facebook
“EXCUSE ME? If you want to eat HaiDiLao, why can’t you go on your own? Why do you expect your boyfriend to pay for it? Do you even realise how little 27-year-olds have RM50K in savings?”  Source: Facebook

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