- A group of young men took a picture in identical poses to a picture they had taken back in 2014
- The image was shared to Twitter by @Mathobelasbonga who shared his caption saying "We tried"
- The adorable pictures quickly went viral on the social networking site with many loving the attempt
Throwbacks are the best way to share old memories that make ignite a feeling of happiness. Recently @Mathobelasbonga (Sbonga Mathobela) shared a pretty dope throwback pic of himself and his friends to Twitter.
His throwback had a bit of a twist, however is it showed what they all look like now. In a "2014 vs 2020" post, Sbonga had a lot of people feeling all types of ways. The men tried their best to recreate the poses in the 2014 picture.
The post was shared yesterday and has already gained over 2 000 likes on the social networking site. A lot of tweeps tried their utmost best to shoot their shots.
Take a look at Sbonga's original tweet below:
These are just a few of the responses their pictures received from tweeps:
"Who is the one with the stripes??? I'm sure he makes beautiful babies angfonele mase e ready."
"Chaiiii, tag them phela hawu."
"Wow, Sunlight does the most mos."
@Noh_xy also said:
"So you're not gonna tag them. Striped shirt looks tagable."
@Merica0Mndebele responded with:
"I see marriage coming."
"Can you tell the first one that I still care namanje."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Rachel Kolisi sharing a cute throwback of hubby, Siya. Rachel and Siya are one of South Africa's most popular couples how constantly set goals for people in relationships.
What makes their relationship special is that their love predates their fame, Rachel and Siya were together way before Siya lifted the William Webb Ellis Cup in Japan last year. She took to Instagram to share a throwback pic from way back in 2014 and the way they hold each other is still the same today.
She captioned the pic with:
"It’s been a ride."
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Source: Briefly News