Woman claims 'Mapimpi' slid into her DMs: "Answer your inboxes"

Woman claims 'Mapimpi' slid into her DMs: "Answer your inboxes"

A woman has shared that Springbok player Makazole Mapimpi tried to inbox her years before his fame.

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In the screenshot shared, she alleges that she ignored the winger and only responded after seeing him at the Rugby World Cup. Social media users couldn't help but laugh at her ridiculous story.

A woman identified as Vuyolwethu Linyana Ntshukumbana shared a screenshot of a hilarious conversation with somebody named "Makazole Drex Mapimpi". She alleges that it's the Springbok player and he tried to contact her four years ago. She ignored him because he was not as famous at the time but now regrets her decision. She tried responding a few days ago, explaining her four year silence as having no network.

Woman claims 'Mapimpi' slid into her DMs: "Answer your inboxes"

Source: Facebook/Anele Dyantyi
Source: Facebook

Briefly.co.za has not confirmed whether the account in the screenshot really belongs to Mapimpi, but social media users were amused nonetheless. Many laughed at Vuyolwethu, some were amused by her sense of humour while others chuckled at her missed opportunity.

Facebook user Smilo Ess Mangxola said:

"Hahaha lesson learnt today, yhuuu bawo ndatsho answer your inboxes"

Camagwini Bazi said:

"Jhuuuu must be wishing otherwise ngoku"

Lwando Lennox Othando Ntabeni said:

"You could have been in Japan supporting your bae, but now your network problems held you back"

Siyamamkela Austin Zeppe said:

"Just sent you a hi. I want to see something"

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that tennis super star Roger Federer has sent a sweet message to Siya Kolisi and his Springbok squad. He congratulated the team for their amazing win. The sportsman also added that he wishes to meet Siya one day.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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