- A man with the Twitter handle @dandyseun has shared two pictures to show how he recovered from drug addiction
- The man's post drew massive comments as people expressed mixed feelings
- Many commented about their current struggles while others spoke about their recoveries
A Nigerian man has inspired many on social media as he shared moving pictures of how he bid goodbye to the life of drugs.
In a Twitter post on Thursday, September 3, the Nigerian man with the handle @dandyseun said "Then and now" with a laughing emoji.
The first photo he posted on the platform showed him without a shirt, unhealthily thin and without hair on his head.
In the second photo he looked neat, wearing a shirt with a tidy hair cut. His post became an instant sensation as it drew comments from far and wide.
Many praised his journey and courage to quit the hard life, while a few saw it as an opportunity for social media banter, a situation @dandyseun gave apt responses to.
See his tweet below:
Below are people reactions to his tweet:
A lady said he was sweet and another replied her, claiming that she was "falling" for the transformed guy.
Another Twitter user saw it as an opportunity to practice analysis and he got a very good reply from one of the commenters.
Uduma is curious as to how he managed to quit as he is having problems with alcohol.
Briefly.co.za also reported that Serbian-born tennis player Novak Djokovic has been disqualified from the US Open after hitting a line judge with a ball. Djokovic was up against Spain's Pablo Carreño Busta when he hit a ball out after going down 5-6 to the Spaniard.
The 33-year-old angrily hit the ball in the first set of their fourth round, knocking a line judge in her throat. In the video, the number one-ranked tennis player appeared to be shocked as the ball hit the line judge.
A video of the incident was uploaded to Twitter by user @AwanishSharan and has gained over 120 000 views. Djokovic has since released an apology on his Instagram account.
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