- A video of a distressed young man shedding uncontrollable tears as he begs his lover for a second chance has surfaced on social media
- The brokenhearted young man could be heard in the video clip tearfully begging his ex-girlfriend to reconsider her decision after she dumped him
- The video of the emotional and depressing moment of the young man shedding tears has gained traction online
A viral video of a distraught young man shedding uncontrollable tears as he begs his ex-girlfriend for a second and last chance has erupted a buzz on social media.
The unidentified man could be seen having a breakdown as he tearfully begs for the forgiveness of his former partner for a second chance.
From the video clip, it appears that his action informed his ex-lover's decision to end their romantic relationship.
In the video which lasted less than a minute, the brokenhearted man promises to be a better person should he be given a second and last chance.
The video of the distraught young man's emotional and depressing moment as he appealed for a second chance has gone viral on social media.
The video comes days after another man was seen ‘drowning’ in his tears in a poly tank over heartbreak.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported Ndebele activist and author Thando Mahlangu was humiliated this week when a mall manager told him to leave the Clicks store in the Boulders Shopping Centre in Midrand due to his attire.
iKosi Mkhambi Mahlangu of the amaNdebele Ndzundza Sokhulumi Traditional Authority has demanded that the manager must apologise and pay damages (ihlawulo) to the nation and amaNdebele people.
He revealed this during a visit to the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) on Friday. The centre manager denied Ndebele activist and author, Thando Mahlangu, entry to the mall because he was allegedly not dressed in a decent manner. The video of the incident went viral on Twitter a few days ago.
In other news, Elon Musk has finally spoken out against claims that his family made their fortune through emerald mines during apartheid. An article that ran on the satirical site The Onion recently reignited the debate over the source of Musk's fortune.
Musk took to Twitter to clear the air about his family and their wealth and reveals that the article is false and he'd arrived in Canada in 1989 with just R38 000 ($2 500).
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