- Mlungisi Nkwanyana took to Facebook and shared an inspirational message in the #ImStaying group
- He called on South Africans not to be divided by the politics of hate and race
- Facebook users flooded his comments sections with messages of support
- However, some people ignored the message and couldn't get over how handsome he is
Mlungisi Nkwanyana posted an inspirational and uplifting message on Facebook in the #ImStaying group.
He called on South African's to abandon the politics of race and not let it divide us as a people. HE suggested that if South Africa is to survive we need to embrace each other.
Here is his full post:
"The year 2020 taught me that we need to embrace and appreciate each other. If we wanna survive and stay united we must make sure we don't adopt these politics agendas to separate us nd hate each other because of so-called colour. Have a good weekend."
Mzansi loved the post and flooded the comments section with messages:
"True. We have lots of better things to do with our time than investing it on racism."
"Absolutely young man..I see ya message & it's good you put a face to ya post so that the world can see ALL the good people in South Africa."
"Well said, young man with such a good attitude you will do well in life God bless."
However, some people were less concerned with his messaged and more taken with his looks:
"Wow, it seems like God didn't run out of ingredients of making you as he did to some of us.
"And he must have taken his time off, rested and worked on you super well, by so saying i mean you are 100% handsome."
Mgabhazi KaNduli Scubi:
"You back... You did not answer my question. I asked you if you single or not."
"He got lots of thirsty ladies in his comment section last time now his trying the same thing again but luckily the ladies can see what his trying to do."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mpho MaSiwela Mthembu took to Facebook to share her story about her morning, which she is happy to report was filled with opportunities to help.
The first was when she was taking her daughter to school and they saw a boy in school uniform running away from school.
When they asked him what was wrong, he said that he'd forgotten his mask at home. Fortunately for him, they had a spare mask for him, saving him a trip home.
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