- Triplets have decided to show up on Mzansi timelines after the #TwinChallenge started trending on Facebook
- Triplets have now also taken to the app to show off their beautiful photos with the world
- Facebookers absolutely loved it, many of them sharing kind words with the local triplets
South African triplets have decided to make a bright and bold appearance on everyone's timelines. Taking to Facebook, one of the triplets, MaQga Cugs Mision, has started a trend of their very own which has left South Africans marvelled.
Facebook's popular South African group, ImStaying is where it all started after twins initially decided to start a challenge. Triplets did not want to be left out and soon started a challenge of their own.
Mzansi Stayers absolutely loved it, many of them expressing joy at the beautiful and interesting picture of the South African triplets. Many of them wished to have triplet babies of their own. Read a few of their comments below.
Tshepi Sono Xahumba wrote:
"Buy 2 get 1 free."
Mary Sekan Nkhwamba Phiri said:
"Imagine starting a fight with one of you then boom, two show up."
Shakira Sylvia Thandeka McLunch said:
"Black Friday special, 3 for the price of 2."
Sindi Ngidi said:
"Ah you are a blessing indeed."
Hazel Waha Mushadu said:
"You guys look again."
Ntobe WakaZondi said:
"You look thrice lol."
Nakho-Konke Zizi Miya said:
Earlier today Briefly.co.za reported that there is no doubt that twins are special and being born a twin is a one-of-a kind blessing. Recently, Facebook timelines were blessed with pictures of many different twins after #twinchallenge started trending online.
The fun and heartwarming challenge first started in Facebook's popular South African group, ImStaying. While it is unclear exactly who began the challenge, soon pictures of twins were being shared left, right and centre in the group.
Meanwhile, happy-go-lucky Stayers absolutely loved to see it, many of them liking each and every pair of twins. A lot of them also headed to the comment section to either compliment or express surprise at how some identical twins look so much alike, and to share kind words.
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