Rustenburg man: I have not forgiven my sister even after she died

Rustenburg man: I have not forgiven my sister even after she died

- A man has boldly stated that he hates his late sister

- He says he's not willing to forgive her and hopes she's "frying" in hell

- His tweet sparked a debate among his Twitter followers

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A 30-year-old man from Rustenburg, North West, has boldly asserted that he hates his late sister and is not willing to forgive her.

Melusi, a medical doctor, was responding to a tweet on DJ Zinhle's advice that people should learn to forgive others, Briefly.co.za learned.

He said his sister passed away without him forgiving her, adding that forgiveness is unnecessary. He also hoped his sister is "frying in hell."

In subsequent tweets, the young doctor explained what caused him to feel this way. He seemingly suggested that it is related to his orientation as a gay man.

He further suggested that his sister told him "evil" things that were devoid of love and meant to "break" him. He's therefore "unapologetic" about his feelings towards her.

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Melusi's tweets sparked a debate among his Twitter followers. One felt that hate is a big burden to carry around. However, Melusi insisted that it doesn't bother him.

Another follower said forgiveness is mainly for one to have peace of mind.

However, others agreed with Melusi.

One lady also shared a similar experience.

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