- A South African man has taken to Twitter to share his amazing weight loss transformation
- @GinyiSisulu shared his before and after photos yesterday but some Saffa tweeps did not believe that the after image was him
- Nevertheless, tweeps made his tweet viral and there are tons of congratulatory messages from inspired people
A local man's before and after weight loss photos have the country divided. @GinyiSisulu posted up his amazing transformation to Twitter recently and some South African's are not convinced that the "after" image is of him.
@GinyiSisulu shared the images yesterday and the post has since gained over 3 000 likes on the social networking site. He captioned the post: "It’s been a journey and a half. Never say die!!! #JustDoIt #KeaBeforeAndAfterChallenge"
Saffa tweeps took to his replies section to share their differing views. Although some doubt that it is him, the general consensus is that he should be congratulated on achieving such a dramatic transformation.
Take a look at @GinyiSisulu's original tweet below:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say to him:
"My man. Proud of what you achieved budah. And I told you about the sauce in that after pic akere? These youngins don’t know nothing about that."
"Congrats big bro. This is commendable. Obesity is a major contributing factor to health issues which kill men unnecessarily (diabetes, cancer etc). We should all take a leaf out of your book and look after our health."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a South African man who shared his amazing weight loss transformation online. Lockdown hasn't been the greatest for many people but one Twitter user used this time to get himself in shape. @Boet_Themba recently posted about his weight loss journey.
He says he started his training at a size 42 and now wears a size 34. @Boet_Themba shared pictures of his transformation and the details of the coach and the virtual club he attended. Before lockdown Level 2, gyms remained closed. Some gyms have just recently opened their doors but social distancing, masks and sanitiser are still important.
According to @Boet_Themba's tweet, he weighed in at 120kgs before he started training. In one of the images uploaded on his tweet, the scale shows 92.8kgs, that's a total loss of 27.2kgs. He really is an inspiration.
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