Money bouquet used to say sorry sparks a heated debate with tweeps

Money bouquet used to say sorry sparks a heated debate with tweeps

- George Beats believes he has found the perfect way to apologise to a woman

- He suggested that a bouquet of flowers filled with a couple of thousand rand between the petals

- This sparked a debate on Twitter with many women saying that this was the height of disrespect

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Sometimes the hardest thing to do is to say sorry, it might be that it is hard to find the right words or the right moment. It could be that the right gift is needed.

A Twitter user, George Beats (@GeorgeBeatsSA) suggested that he may have found the perfect solution.

A bouquet of flowers with a few thousand rand scattered between the petals would do the trick, according to him. However, this sparked a violent debate in the comments section.

"This is how you say sorry to your lady bafethu."

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This is what Mzansi had to say about the post:

@isinyanyar:

"If her forgiveness is for sale, I don't want it. We'd rather end the relationship. I don't play like that."

@MaShengeOffline:

"Rather seeing your actions than trying to buy me. Ngingakushaya ngazo ubuyele kini mina. This is disrespect on another level."

@leaticia_gee:

"Very true, money won’t undo the wrong that a person did. Accepting this type of apology is like saying you can repeat the same mistake and apologize this way again."

@pholasgp:

"Speak for yourself bro oh!! But then again you can't speak so I'll rephrase and say throw money for yourself.
"I feel bad for dude, like you who throw money at their problem and can't face their issues head-on like a real man should, what will happen the day it runs out."

Earlier, SK Khoza’s attempt to apologise for his questionable actions have sent peeps down the rabbit hole. He definitely isn’t getting off that easily, shame.

Getting caught out doing some questionable things is definitely not ideal when you are in the public eye. Not only does it tarnish your character, but those who associate themselves with you too.

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Briefly.co.za has seen how SK has further been pulled through the mud after his attempt at apologising for what was caught on camera. While it seems that SK is genuinely sorry for his actions (or maybe just that he got caught), the people of Mzansi are having none of it.

In other news, Tyrese Gibson has finally spoken out after posting his controversial tweet about South African racial dynamics. Mzansi social media users gave him no peace as they blasted the actor's Instagram page demanding an apology. He eventually caved in and apologised to those who felt offended.

The actor shared the apology on Instagram and said it was the longest video he has ever recorded. In the footage he explained that his words were twisted and misunderstood.

"I will apologise to all those people who feel a way."
Money bouquet used to say sorry sparks a heated debate with tweeps

Tyrese Gibson is an internationally recognised actor. Photo credit: @tyrese
Source: Instagram

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