- A man, @_uMngomezulu, revealed on Twitter that his brother landed in the dogbox when he did not sleep at home one night
- He revealed the man's wife was looking for him and he let his bro know; the man then said he should say he passed away
- However, the guy tried to fix the situation by buying his wifey an expensive new whip
A man, @_uMngomezulu, took to social media on Monday to reveal how his brother landed in trouble with his wife.
The tweep said his bro did not return home and his spouse wanted to know where he was. She called @_uMngomezulu and he decided to stick to the bro-code.
He let his brother know that his wifey was looking for him and laughed out loud over his reply: "Tell her I'm dead."
Roughly translated his post read:
"My bro didn't sleep at his place izolo and his wife called me just now to ask ikephi ibrazo. Sent him a text to tell him that his wife is looking for him and he said: 'Tell her I'm dead'."
Take a look at the post below:
In another post, @_Mngomezulu gave Twitter users an update on how things were going with the married couple.
According to @_uMngomezulu, his brother made up for staying out by buying his wife a new car. And not just any car, a new Mercedes-Benz CLS.
Take a look at his post below:
The posts had social media users divided - some felt the situation was funny while others said there was nothing to laugh about.
Twitter user, @MrElleSA, commented:
"It wasn't that deep, sometimes you need a young outburst and a new Benz to keep the love candle burning."
Vicky Benzo, who goes by the Twitter handle @Iam_VickyWOG, wrote:
"I don't see anything funny on how your cousin is treating his wife... You know very well that what he's doing is wrong but you ain't correcting him. Explains a lot about how you also live and how you'd treat your woman."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported a tip equal to the bill is what a Western Cape waitress recently received in a touching #ImStaying moment.
Facebook user Michelle Williams shared Valme Jooste's original post to the Facebook group #ImStaying. An image was attached with a caption, the image shows a bill of R820. The diners added an extra R820 to the tip section of the bill with the total being R1 640. They drew a smiley face and hashtagged ImStaying.
"After going through a very difficult time and barely surviving all Covid threw at us, there is a light in the tunnel! Receiving a bill back from guests with this message and gesture on gives us hope to carry on. And made a waitress very very happy. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!" read the post.
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