- @sonofsamuel_, a gentleman on Twitter has said that nobody can take away his beautiful girlfriend from him
- The boy's post got thousands of reactions with many people suggesting that he was overrating the love he shares with his girl
- A quick trend has also surfaced in which the gentleman's girl was edited out of the picture he posted
Samuel, a young man identified on Twitter as Ghana Kanye with the handle @sonofsamuel_ has caused a massive stir on Twitter with his recent declaration on social media.
In the post sighted by Briefly.co.za on Kanye's handle, he shared a photo of his beautiful girlfriend and added the caption, "No man can take you away from me, babe."
Thousands of people have been reacting to the post with many people saying that the gentleman seems to be biting more than he can chew.
See the post below:
Not long after sharing his photo, Samuel's post was edited with the girl taken out of the picture completely, which caused another stir.
Check out some of the top reactions the post gathered on Twitter.
@Ollie_aoC said one line that got many people cracking with laughter:
@Sani__UtD decided to use a popular meme of the popular actor 'Pawpaw' to make his comment:
@Henzo_said_so had a hilarious statement for the gentleman who edited the picture.
In another interesting report by Briefly.co.za, Trevor Noah has taken to social media to poke fun at Covid-19 regulations in Africa. The South African-born comedian took to The Daily Show's Twitter account to share with Americans how life under the pandemic has become for Africans.
The TV host showed his American audience how South African police deal with people who do not wear masks amid the pandemic. In the clip Trevor posted this week, the star also told his fans about the story of Rwandans who broke the curfew or who were caught not wearing a mask.
The Rwandans told how they were sent to stadiums for long overnight lectures about the dangers of the coronavirus. Noah captioned his video:
"Africa does NOT mess around with Covid safety. People are getting publicly roasted and sent to coronavirus lectures when they don't comply."
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