Dad who wanted son to repeat grade trends after child passes

Dad who wanted son to repeat grade trends after child passes

- Madilakhe Dlula made headlines earlier this year after he spoke about removing his son from school

- Mandilakhe did not do remove his son from school and shared the news that his kid had passed grade 4

- Twitter dad, Richard followed Mandilakhe's advice and removed his child from school only to find out Mandilakhe had not done the same

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After Mandilakhe Dlula (@sushimandi) openly spoke about removing his children from school for their own safety amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Richard (@OmRich_) followed his advice. To Richard's surprise, Mandilakhe didn't take his kid out of school.

He recently posted a congratulatory message stating that his son would be moving on to Grade 5 next year. Richard was absolutely shocked when Mandilakhe shared the congratulatory post to Twitter.

Now, Mandilakhe shared an "in case you missed it" tweet with screenshots of Richard inquiring about him not removing his kid from school. The tweet has since gone viral as SAns discuss taking advice from the timeline.

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Dad who wanted son to repeat grade trends after kid passes

Mandilakhe Dlula is trending after a dad named Richard followed his advice and removed his kid from school only to find out that Madilakhe had not done the same. Image: @sushimandi
Source: Twitter

Take a look at Mandilakhe's tweet below:

Popular tweep, Cellular made his way to Mandilakhe's replies section where Richard responded to his tweet. Take a look at the exchange below:

Below are just a few of the other responses from SAns:

@SiyaMtitshana wrote:

"Another reason why you shouldn’t listen to what people say here."

@GlendaM_M said:

"Never take advice from these streets."

In other news about Twitter advice, previously reported on a lady who shared some great relationship advice. Young Jaynee wants women to focus on themselves before finding themselves a man. She listed a few things to do instead of getting into a relationship.

Some of these are studying, finding a better job, finding a skincare regimen or reading a book. She wrote her tweet in all capital letters in an attempt to stress the importance of what she was saying.

Jaynee's tweet quickly went viral worldwide gaining over 179.4k likes, 45.5k retweets and 6 200 quote tweets. These were just a few of the hundreds of responses left under her tweet:

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@CoomesDenise wrote:

"So very well said. Once you find you, he will come."

@HaileighSchmidt said:

?And if you do find a man and he isn’t growing like this too and supporting your growth it ain’t worth it!!!"

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