- After a shocking announcement that Bill and Melinda Gates are divorcing, a South African woman has decided to use her opportunity
- @MsNtfulini says she has directly contacted the US businessman Bill Gates, offering a shoulder to cry on
- Mzansi is still amused and the reactions are definitely set to leave you laughing all the way to the comments section, but some are saying Gates might not be keen after all
A South African social media user has decided to use an opportunity to find her way to her crush Bill Gates.
@MsNtfulini has dropped a picture on Twitter that depicts her attempts to find love online, but what is amusing is the fact it’s not just any crush.
It is none other than the United States businessman who recently divorced his long-time wife, Melinda but it remains to be seen if the woman will possibly see her wishes being granted.
The woman says she has made contact with one of the wealthiest men and a picture also shows a screengrab of a direct message to the new divorcee.
Mzansi Twitter users are at it once again as they react to the young and stunning lady's revelation on social media.
“Try to fix your English first, then you’ll also be his type.”
“Zethu is slowly replacing Mbali.”
“And rumours are saying he has been seeing a rich African lady during his holiday vacations it was in his marriage clause.”
“Someone please Invite Bill Gates to the men's conference next year.”
“Tholukuthi Bill Gates social media is handled by someone else.”
“Kodwa Bill doesn't need a colouring book.”
Briefly News reported that one of the world's richest men, Bill Gates and his wife Melinda, have announced that they are working on getting a divorce.
The two have been together for 27 years but no longer believe that they can grow together as a couple.
In a joint statement released on their personal social media account, the former couple noted their decision was made after "a great deal of thought" and putting a lot of work into their relationship.
The two said they have raised three incredible children and built a foundation that enables people worldwide to lead a healthy and productive life.
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