- An image of an unknown lady showing off her facial tattoo has gone viral on South African Twitter
- The woman has the name "Sphiwe" tattooed across her cheek and seems quite happy with her decision
- South Africans are now judging the lady's decision and many SA men have taken it as "a win for the gents"
Tattoos stay forever and making a good decision when getting one is essential. An image of a lady with a facial tattoo of the name "Sphiwe" has now raised concerns with many South Africans on social media.
The unknown woman looks quite happy in the image with the name tattooed across her cheek. The image went viral after it was shared to Twitter by popular app user and parody account, @AdvoBarryRoux.
While there has been much concern surrounding the odd tattoo choice, many SAns decided to troll the lady based on her decision.
Take a look at the original post below:
Below are some of the responses to the viral image:
"I think Sphiwe must lead Men's Conference this year."
"Sphiwe to replace Ramaphosa as the president."
"I aspire to be Sphiwe."
@saint_trinity1 responded with:
"This is high definition madness."
"This is going too far."
"Do people really do this to themselves... It's really unbelievable."
@ThabangC_Khotle quote tweeted with:
"I hope Sphiwe is her name or son's."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on South Africans discussing getting their bae's name tattooed. This after @Hybreed_ took to Twitter to share his thoughts on men who make what some may call a "drastic" decision.
His post, which was captioned, "Gents we're losing again," also included a number of pictures of men who decided to go all-out and get their baes' names and even faces inked on their bodies in a bid to prove their undying love.
The post resulted in a discussion around making the decision to get your person's name tatted on your skin. Many SAns seemed to think it was bizarre, heading to the comments section to laugh at those who were brave enough to do it.
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