- One funny local social media user has shared a letter said to be coming from a teacher requesting a donation
- In the letter, the teacher asks for a R5 donation but the handwriting tells a story that the communique comes from the child
- It’s a funny post and many South Africans believe the child is just hustling and the parent should just hand over the coin
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Sikhona Zwane has caught the attention of many South Africans on social media where he dropped a photo of a letter. The letter seems to come from a school teacher who is making a request for a donation.
According to the post, the teacher asks for an R5 donation from a parent and it’s seriously going viral. However, some people believe the child was only playing tricks and scamming the parent.
Briefly News takes a look at the hilarious comments where some people say the parent should just deliver and not consider the handwriting which clearly suggests the letter comes from a kid. Zwane wrote:
“Apparently ibuya ku Thisha lencwadi.”
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The post reads:
“A hustler of note.”
“Already getting his/her paper by any means necessary.”
“Kid for the month of October goes to this one.”
“S/he is already trying to scam his/her parent.”
“Uyazama bandla, vele ushaye sengathi awuboni.”
“Niks, no time for small talk.”
“Awu zalo Intwana iyakshaya shayeka nawe.”
“Thisha just chilling there like I taught Junior well.”
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The user, Morphine, whose Twitter handle is @ayelaliza, did one on her unsuspecting boss with the unconventional message.
But asides from the picture showing the message, Morphine's thread included another funny message to her colleagues. She wrote:
"The rest of my crew has either [quit] or they put in their two weeks and I was the last one. So, cheers to f**king over Rite Aid on not having anyone to work."
Other Twitter users soon joined in the comedy and shared their own thoughts and experiences following the tweet.
Source: Briefly News