Lady hits back after being roasted for celebrating sister's delivery

Lady hits back after being roasted for celebrating sister's delivery

- A social media user has narrated how she clamped down on a woman for telling her to stop celebrating her sister’s delivery

- She was told to stop celebrating because the delivery was through operation

- The lady said she told the woman to shut up and leave her presence

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A Twitter user identified as @possibleoge recently shared a story about how she handled a bad situation.

According to @possibleoge, her sister had just given birth and excited by the news, she decided to share it with her neighbors.

However, her celebration was almost cut short when a friend of her sister walked up to her, and said she should “tone it down”, because the person in question did not put to bed naturally; but through a surgical procedure.

Angered by the woman’s take, @possibleoge said she told the woman to shut up and get out of her sight.

"So my sister just put to bed, I'm here rejoicing and sharing the good news with neighbors, One woman(my sister's friend) walks up to me to say "tone it down, you know she gave birth through CS Omo I lost my home training and shouted 'madam shut up and get out of my sight'," she tweeted.

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Many of her followers praised her for putting the woman in her place, and particularly helping other women understand that there is nothing wrong with giving birth through the procedure.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously gathered the report of a woman who welcomed her first set of children after many years of childlessness. The woman identified on Instagram as @miracletwinsjj, took to her handle to share the good news of her childbirth after she safely delivered twin boys after seven years of childlessness.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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