Twitter loses faith in relationships after #Ufelani episode, call for background checks on partners

Twitter loses faith in relationships after #Ufelani episode, call for background checks on partners

The recent episode of #Ufelani had social media users too scared to date without doing a background check first.

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The hit series on Moja Love had tweeps shocked after it featured a woman, Popi, who was murdered by her bae.

Popi was shot dead by her boyfriend, before he turned the weapon on himself, TshisaLIVE reported.

Their toxic relationship started after Popi suffered a painful divorce, Briefly.co.za learned. The woman and her murderer were reportedly high school friends and she thought she could be happy again.

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However, her dream turned into a nightmare and Popi's family was left heartbroken about the shocking, and brutal, murder.

Tweeps were left horrified over Popi's story and they took to social media to share their two cents on the episode.

Social media user @Tshegokiie wrote, "Doing a background check on your partner is sooo important #Ufelani."
"Do a background check on someone before agreeing to be in a relationship with them. Its really important. #Ufelani," @Ketso28 added.
Another tweep, @IAm_Nonhla, commented: "What makes someone kill themselves after killing a partner? Is it fear? Is it guilt? Was it the plan to kill themselves anyway? #Ufelani."

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