Words mean nothing: Tweeps enraged by shallow apology from gang who killed a woman's son

Words mean nothing: Tweeps enraged by shallow apology from gang who killed a woman's son

The confessions show Yobe featured a gang, who had been sentenced to 22-years in jail after they murdered a man, who only tried to fight back.

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Tuesday's episode had fans in tears, as a still grieving mother explained how she lost her son. The gang tried to explain to her why they did what they did, adding they're sorry.

"Criminals will never really understand the kind of turmoil they put us through when they take what rightfully belongs to us, what we've worked so hard for!", one emotional tweep wrote about the episode.

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Tweeps were enraged by the shallow apology the convicted murders gave. According to the gang, they killed Thabo because he was aggressive.

And tweeps were just baffled by their explanation.

One tweep pointed out one of the guys really seemed sorry, the rest only wanted to justify their actions.

Their lack of remorse angered fans to the extent that they questioned whether 22-years in jail was enough for what they did.

Thabo's mother found it difficult to forgive the men who cut her son's life short, and tweeps are with her.

"I totally get this Mama. How do you begin to forgive the people who killed your son? Yhuu ha a!", one tweep wrote, while another said she could forgive anything but someone killing a person she loved.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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