- A South African man shared a few adorable pictures of his grandmother riding a bicycle
- @RudolfMosoma didn't give much background or any details about the images but Saffas didn't mind as they loved it
- He shared the images to Twitter and captioned it with two red hearts; tweeps took to his comments section with their cute responses
A local man shared an adorable image of his grandmother riding a bicycle. @RudolfMosoma shared three images of his gogo and her bicycle to Twitter recently and South Africans are loving it.
Rudolf didn't give any content to the images he shared, he simply captioned it with two red hearts. Nevertheless, Saffa tweeps took to his replies section to share their reactions to his happy gogo and her bicycle.
Although many tweeps were impressed by @RudolfMosoma's gogo, others took the opportunity to make jokes.
Take a look at his original tweet below:
Take a look at some of the responses below:
"I don't know why but hai khona! Yes, there are plenty of health benefits to this but hai khona."
"Ncoo I love this."
In other cute stories about grandmothers, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a sweet-toothed SA gogo who celebrated 106 years of a long and happy life. A proudly South African woman has taken to Facebook group ImStaying to share a heartwarming picture as well as a touching birthday wish with granny, who is celebrating a whole 106 years on earth today.
Mohau Cool Mohh Tutubala from the North West called on her fellow Stayers to join in on wishing the gogo a happy birthday. She also shared some fond memories of the elderly lady as well as the fact that the gogo has a sweet tooth. Part of the caption read:
"Good morning Stayers. Please help me wish one of the greatest elders right here in my small home town a very wonderful birthday. She is blessed with more than 100 years of existence tuuuuu. 106 to be exact.
"We call her Granny as we have grown in front of her eyes with a very soft voice. She can still do some chores you know, and one thing for sure sweet things have become her favourites. If motivation was a person, what a blessing."
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