- A mom took to social media after her child was sent home from school early
- She had sent her daughter to school with a non-alcoholic cider instead of a child-friendly drink
- The woman faced a severe backlash from social media users who questioned her parental skills
A South African mom took to social media to complain that her child had been expelled from school. The mom admitted that she had sent her daughter to school with a non-alcoholic cider.
It is not clear if the child was sent home, suspended or expelled. The mom who uses the social media handle @MissGU_ said that she didn't understand what she had done wrong.
"My child was expelled from school on Friday, but what did I do wrong mina because I didn't have juice so I gave her a non-alcoholic Savannah."
When asked why she didn't give the child money for a drink the mom said that the only thing available was a non-alcoholic Savannah.
"She was late for school and into ebikhona in the fridge was Savannah and it was cold Shem."
Twitter users took to the comment section to react to the mom's post.
"The fact that you don’t see anything wrong is the first problem."
"So you have a beer in your fridge but not your child's juice. You must have adopted that child."
"Askies... surely you learnt a lesson... askies to your child and hope you have apologised."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that an alleged incompetent principal recently drove the parents of the learners attending the school to physically kick her out of the office. In various videos shared online, a group of parents can be seen carrying the principal of Laerskool Theresapark out of the office while she was still seated on her chair.
Not long in the clip that was shared by @KgahliT, the woman can be seen shortly falling out of the chair that she seemingly refused to get out of, much to the shock of the crowd who were watching the entire thing.
In other news, a beautiful American teacher with a big heart has been celebrated on social media after taking in her former student and his little brother. After a long five years of frugal spending, the young mom's finally paid off all her student loans and the attorney debt it took to adopt her two wonderful boys.
Chelsea Haley was only 22 years old when she decided to take in 11-year-old Jerome and his barely one-year-old brother. Jerome had been a struggling student in the young teacher's classroom, not doing too well academically and constantly getting into trouble.
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