- The South African social media scene has been left shook after photos were shared of a bunch of messages about divorce written all over a car
- The post shared by @KulaniCool shows pictures of a man who is now divorced and free, but it seems he will need help once the dust settles
- Mzansi social media users have shared contrasting opinions on the images illustrating a marriage that went wrong
In a story suggesting pain and anxiety, a South African social media user, believed to be a man, has taken to social media to reveal he is now single and divorced.
A post shared by @KulaniCool on Twitter paints a picture of a man who has just finalised a split from his wife, who appears to be named Felicia. The social media user posted images of a vehicle with ‘I am Free’, ‘It’s over for good’, and ‘I am divorced’ scrawled all over it.
Briefly News took a glance at the comments section where Mzansi users are divided on the matter. Some suggest the man may be suffering from depression and rage.
“But normally, people who do this think they are happy, only to find him in hospital fighting depression. Don’t lie to yourself, if you can go as doing this stuff you are not okay. Get help more than drinking parties.”
“Not always though, it could be he is indeed feeling a sense of relief. Generally, before you divorce, you would have tried to make your marriage work but if it can't work let it go for the sake of peace, it's hard to live with some people. The guy is happy.”
“He's depressed, just hiding it in satire. Fact that he has to shout like this shows he's battling and about to battle the after-effects of divorce so he needs to convince himself.”
Briefly News ran a story of a man in Kimberly, Northern Cape, who celebrated his divorce recently in a most unusual manner.
Bongani Sebuzo wrote the words "Just Divorced" on his car and posted photos and a video of it on Facebook.
He also posted photos of himself with his ring and after taking it off. In his post, Bongani revealed that he got married in 2011, filed for divorce in 2015, and finalised it on 3 August 2018.
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