- A 25-year-old man asked Vusi Thembekwayo for help with a problem he has with his girlfriend's son
- The young man revealed he fell in love with a 55-year-old lady and they have been living with her son
- However, the son doesn't accept his new 'stepdad' because he is 11 years his senior and South Africans were left laughing out loud over the dilemma
Every relationship has its troubles and dating someone much older than you can bring its own challenges. One young man, who was not identified, revealed he has been dating a woman 30 years older than him.
The 25-year-old asked Vusi Thembekwayo for help because his girlfriend's son does not respect him as his new stepfather.
According to the young man, he and his bae are living with her 36-year-old son and things are not going too great.
His message read:
"I'm a 25-year-old, I'm in love with a 55-year-old lady. We are staying together with her 36-year-old son and this boy is not respecting me as his stepfather.
"I'm trying to educate him about life but he doesn't listen. Please help, what must I do?"
Thembekwayo decided to share the message with his Twitter followers and he captioned the post:
Take a look at the post below:
While there were a handful of people who tried to give the young man advice, the majority of tweeps were left in stitches.
South Africans could not believe the 25-year-old was trying to be a stepfather to his girlfriend's son - who is 11 years his senior.
Meanwhile, in other more positive parent news, a woman, @Phennymabala, shared a video on her Twitter page showing her and her mom dancing. On Monday, @Phennymabala posted the clip on her Twitter page and captioned it:
"So my mom and I decided to hop onto JunkPark vibezzz."
The video gathered over half a million views and although South Africans were left impressed by their dance moves, they were confused as well.
Social media users found it nearly impossible to distinguish between the two women. They had no idea who was the mom and who was the daughter.
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