- Caster Semenya is seemingly in high spirits as she headed online to share a snap of herself in mid-dance
- The warm image shows Caster and her wife dancing together at an unknown celebration
- Locals loved seeing the star athlete so happy and were soon sharing sweet comments in the replies section
Caster Semenya is seemingly enjoying life despite how unfair it has been on her lately. South Africa's star athlete and record-breaking sprinter recently headed online to share a pretty feel-good snap of herself immensely enjoying a celebratory party.
Taking to Twitter, Caster shared an image of herself and her beautiful wifey sharing a dance together. In the snap, wifey laughs while Caster has a pretty serious face as she focuses on delivering some killer dance moves.
"Ge re ja leoto," she captioned the heartwarming snap.
While she was definitely having a blast, many of her followers laughed as they joked about her dancing skills - or according to them - lack thereof. Many of them also remarked how nice it was to see her happy.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Lol ke sure wa apera Carvela ya suede e brown wena. Outfit e keya Carvela le cap ya Nike. Lol"
"You don’t look like someone who can dance. Share the video sibane."
"We wanna see you back on the track winning Gold medals Caster!!!"
"You don’t look like someone who can dance. Share the video sibane"
"You look like me trying to dance."
"You look like you want to run."
Briefly.co.za news previously reported that the South African Sports, Arts, and Culture department is refusing to give up on Caster Semenya's case and has now escalated the matter to the European Court of Human Rights in an attempt to overrule CAS's last ruling against Semenya.
The department recently held a meeting in preparation for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics and Semenya's case was one of the most important things that were discussed in the meeting that took place on Tuesday this week.
In a statement released after the meeting, The Chairperson of the committee, Beauty Dlulane said that the ASA is fully behind Semenya. She also said that many other countries would also love to see Semenya compete.
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