- A local man has headed online to share beautiful pictures of himself, his dad and his adorable young son
- In the Twitter post, the man proudly explains that the picture shows three generations of men in his family
- Mzansi loved the lighthearted Twitter post, many of them taking to the comment section to compliment his beautiful family
A local man has helped spread some much-needed positivity on Mzansi timelines after they seem to be filled with bad and sombre news following President Cyril Ramaphoa's latest family meeting, during which he delivered some harsh Covid-19 news.
Taking to Twitter, @Sushimandi shared a beautiful and heartwarming post about the three generations of men in his family. The post included pictures of himself, his dad and his adorable son all posing proudly for the photos.
"Three generations in one pic. Myself, my father and my son," he captioned the lighthearted Twitter post.
South Africans, who seem to be yearning for some good news, loved the post. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts about the guy who posted the pics, who seems to have built himself a reputation for posting sketchy tweets.
Read a few of them below.
"For all we know the older man could be your brother and the young man is your nephew... I mean it’s you we’re talking about."
"I just like his sense of humour, no time for emotions."
"Be grateful that you have managed to take pic of the 3rd generation. Lots of people don't get to do this. Cherish this day."
Briefly.co.za previously reported how the same man Mandilakhe Dlula (@sushimandi) openly spoke about removing his children from school for their own safety amid the Covid-19 pandemic and 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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