Lady burns her skimpy outfits after deciding to stop being a lukewarm Christian (video).

A lady, identified as Precious Thamani, has captured people’s attention on social media after she set fire to her skimpy and revealing outfits.

Taking to TikTok on Saturday, August 26, Precious revealed that she decided to burn her clothes because she wants to live a more devoted Christian lifestyle.

She said she was tired of living a lukewarm Christian life and wearing raunchy clothes, despite professing to be a Christian.

She, then, shared videos of herself wearing the revealing dresses to various social gatherings along with videos of her setting them on fire.

“Decided to stop being a lukewarm Christian but to live in spirit and truth,” she captioned the video.

She added, “I was really hesitant to post this, but there’s nothing to be ashamed of. Proudly a child of God.”

Reactions from TikTok users as lady burns her skimpy clothing

@BeautifulSoul said: “I would like to see how you dress now. Proud of you, thank you for listening to God.”

@Mitchie-dhee said: “Our father did it again. We are rejoicing.”

@moitoi commented: I have been saying that I struggle with dressing modestly as a young Christian. I want this for myself.”

Watch the clip below,

In other news, a Nigerian lady named Rosemary Isong has sparked a heated debate on social media after expressing her anxiety over dating a man who has never requested financial help from her.

According to her, the lack of financial openness and open conversation about money issues in a relationship is a key warning sign

Isong, who spoke strongly about her opinions, revealed that she thinks open communication about money is a sign of a healthy relationship.

She underlined that she would be concerned if her spouse didn’t ask for financial assistance from her, even for very small amounts like N20,000 or N50,000.

She continued by saying that she would find it disrespectful if her significant other turned to friends rather than her in times of financial hardship since it may potentially break their relationship.

The young lady continued by saying that trust and reciprocity form the foundation of her relationship-based financial strategy.

Isong said she would consider it a deal-breaker if she had been seeing someone for six months and he had never asked for financial support.