Yoh, this was quite a week. A wife's unnaturally calm reaction to her husband's unfaithful behaviour and a photo of a baby girl waiting for her adoptive parents really had Mzansi in awe. Yanga Sobetwa addressed the drama surrounding her Idols SA prize and a John Cena shop had SA laughing. Not to forget the mom who decided to twerk at her son's graduation.
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1. Wife catches hubby with side bae and makes them both breakfast
A woman has shared a story of how she once found out that her husband had slept with another woman in their house. When she arrived at the house, the woman was still there so she calmly made breakfast for them both.
Naledi Maleeme (Twitter name @nals14) shared her story on the popular social media platform. She explained that her husband had brought a woman home from a wedding they had both attended.
She discovered their dirty deed by finding the woman's underwear and some of his clothes in the lounge. What was worse was that the side bae was still in the house and asleep in the guest room.
Overcome by an unexpected calm, Naledi went on to say that she proceeded to tidy up before making everyone breakfast. Her husband had fled the scene once he realized that both women were under the same roof.
2. Photo of little girl waiting for adoptive parents to fetch her goes viral
Door of Hope SA - an orphanage in Johannesburg - posted two photos of a little girl on social media. The images by themselves are cute but the story behind them warmed Mzansi social media users' hearts.
Part of the post read:
"Excitement and nervousness as we wait for forever mommy and daddy to arrive. Bye bye sweet baby girl. Your adventure with your family begins!"
Door of Hope SA added a quote by Jim Demint, which read:
"One of the greatest titles in the world is parent, and one of the biggest blessings in the world is to be one."
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3. Yanga Sobetwa irons out well-overdue Idols SA cash prize drama
Yanga Sobetwa made many proud when she scooped the Idols SA season 14 title. However, failure to pay her prize money put a major dampener on the glory.
Taking the title comes with a lot more than just the recognition. Winners are gifted cars, music equipment, trips and money.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Yanga had a bit of an issue when it came to receiving her cash prize – where the green at?!
Phil Mphela took to social media in Yanga’s defence, letting the world know how shocking it was that the poor girl had not been given what was due to her, almost a whole entire year later.
The post caused quite a stir until Yanga got in contact with Daily Sun and ironed it all out by telling the publication that Idols SA sorted everything out and she had received her money
4. Mom filmed twerking at son's graduation and the internet loses it
All parents are proud of their kids on graduation day, we get that. However, one mom took her excitement a bit too far when her son matriculated earlier this year.
In May, an unidentified woman - dressed in a cleavage-baring yellow jumper - attended the high school graduation ceremony of her son.
The moment her son received his diploma, she started twerking and yelling. One of the other parents filmed the woman's celebration and the video showed security guards stepping in to stop her.
The video was originally shared on YouTube in May but resurfaced recently on other social media platforms.
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5. Photo of 'John Cena' supermarket has Mzansi laughing out loud
It seems Sho Madjozi has made John Cena extremely popular in Mzansi. A hilarious picture has been shared on social media showing a local shop named after the famous wrestler.
The picture was shared by parody account AdvBarryRoux on Twitter and captioned:
"Somewhere in Limpopo. John Cena supermarket."
Social media users were amused by the name.
Some pointed out that the picture was taken in Mpumalanga and not Limpopo as the caption suggests.
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