- One South African guy is convinced that a new Wits University graduate is related to him as they share the same name and looks
- @TebogoKingg has questioned Tebogo Thothela’s looks and his name as he suggests they could be brothers
- Briefly News explores the reactions from social media where many people seem to agree that the two guys could possibly have the same father
People seldom look so alike and Mzansi social media is currently digesting and reacting to one interesting scenario. This comes after a Wits Univerisity graduate's doppelganger is convinced they could be relatives.
@TebogoKingg believes Tebogo Thothela could be his brother, especially considering their names.
@PrezSankara recently took to Twitter to boast about his academic success at Wits. South Africans are left convinced that the two guys look identical and Briefly News studies the reactions.
The post reads:
“Pops wasn’t even creative with the names. He said I’ll call my sons by the same name.”
“It's for security purposes so no one bats an eye when he mentions the wrong name.”
“Tebza wants to expropriate your LLM without compensation President.”
“But how do you even have the same glasses.”
“Dad is a legend... he used same name.”
“Hmm, the dad is a smart man! He can always say ‘my son Tebogo’ anytime and no red flags will be raised! A legend.”
“You all better sit your families down and start asking questions.”
“Well done President”: Mzansi praises local graduate for getting 3 degrees from Wits
In a recent post, Briefly News published that South Africans are delighted to see one of their own graduating with major qualifications from Wits University.
The social media account holder, @PrezSankara, shared a very uplifting update on Twitter as far as his academic progress is concerned. Tebogo Thothela is a proud holder of a BCom, LLB and LLM degrees from the Johannesburg-based tertiary institution.
The proud man says it’s not because he is wise but God’s grace and lots of hard work helped him.
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