- A young South African woman recently decided to play a game of online 'Truth or Dare' using Twitter as a platform
- Not long into the challenge, a local man dared the woman to send him R100 and to everyone's surprise, she actually sent the man R150
- Many of her followers were soon in the comment section trying to dare her to send them some cash too
A young woman with the Twitter handle @_TlhogyM recently made a stranger's day. It all started when she bravely decided to play a game of 'Truth or Dare' with her followers on her personal Twitter page.
Not very long after issuing the challenge, a man with the Twitter handle @Lindz_M dared the young lady to send him some cash - R100 to be exact. To his surprise and the surprise of many of her followers, she actually sent him R150.
As the whole thing transpired, locals were in the comment section trying to get her to send them some money as well by using hilarious tactics. Read a few of their terribly funny comments below:
"She doesn't know how to play the game, the dare was to send R100, not R150."
"I dare you to reverse it kunyiwe once!"
"Aaah. I double dare you nami ke."
"Ahhh le nna kopa R350 ya ho reka a box of Corona... kubi this weekend. I promise to behave. Asbonge in advance."
"Now that's what we call pure heart... I dare your money to grow."
In other moving Briefly.co.za reports, a young man has created much buzz on Twitter and left himself and his mom feeling super proud after revealing that he bought new Hyundai cars for himself and his mother.
In a post on Sunday, February 14, he revealed that the blessings were possible with God's help and nothing else. The four photos he shared on the bird app showed the different funny poses they both had with their new whips.
In one of the snaps, the son lay on the car's bonnet with carefreeness. The mother on the other hand held a bouquet in front of hers. The tweet generated interesting conversations around the love and responsibility of a son to his mother.
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