- Daniel Marven posted a cryptic message which hints that the popular South African artist might leave Twitter
- Twitter users reacted with hilarious reactions to his post, very few seemed distraught that he might leave
- The comments section of his post which simply read, "goodbye Twitter..." was inundated with comments and reactions
KE SHARP, @danielmarven, posted a cryptic message on Twitter which makes it sound as if he is contemplating leaving the popular social media platform.
Rather than gnashing their teeth and bemoaning the fact, Twitter users took the opportunity to imagine a world where Daniel Marven is not on Twitter.
If his goal was to make Mzansi cry he failed as tweeps posted hilariously reactions in the comment section of his post.
He simply wrote, "goodbye Twitter..."
"Lol more violence "
"Since you copy too much ain’t believing."
"Crime rate will go drop since there won't be anyone to steal Tweets,Bheki Cele will be excited about this."
"So u have stolen someone's tweet who is leaving twitter?"
"You're not going anywhere. We need your own original opinion on border issues and many others. Not copied opinions."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Daniel Marven is a popular Twitter user who shares everything from memes to motivational quotes. He recently took to the social networking site to celebrate reaching an impressive 800 000 followers.
Marven is now aiming for one million followers on the microblogging app. While some South African tweeps congratulated him on this achievement, others felt the need to rain on his parade with negativity.
Marven, however, took those responses with a pinch of salt and continued with his celebrations.
Briefly.co.za recently reported on Marven after he celebrated his third wedding anniversary. Taking to Twitter, Marven wished himself and his beautiful wifey a happy third anniversary. His heartwarming post also included a stunning wedding picture of the two of them, who look very much in love.
"Happy 3rd third year anniversary into our marriage," Marvin warmly captioned the sugary sweet Twitter post.
Mzansi was all for it, liking the pic over 5 000 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section where they wished the couple many more happy and prosperous years together. Read a few of their comments below.
"I don't trust that this is his though, he might have stolen his family picture from the 80's."
"I feel like Daniel wa re hlalefetsa. He posts about how girls love money etc kgan yena o regtetse ebil o nyetse. Anyway congratulations Daniel. Le nna ke tlo nyala and start endorsing people's posts."
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