Video of Angry Mother Showing Up at Groove in Nightgown & Dragging Daughter Home Leaves SA With Mixed Emotions

Video of Angry Mother Showing Up at Groove in Nightgown & Dragging Daughter Home Leaves SA With Mixed Emotions

  • A young girl got ripped out of the groove by her angry mother and the moment was caught on camera
  • Twitter user @Collen_KM shared the clip with shock, showing the mother dragging her daughter from a party
  • While some felt the embarrassment of this moment is going to do harm, others feel the mom did the right thing

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When your mother shows up at a party dressed in her nightgown, you just know. A video of a disappointed mother dragging her daughter out of the groove has gone viral, leaving people with mixed emotions.

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Twitter user @Collen_KM shared the clip with shock, showing the mother dragging her daughter from a party. Image: Twitter / @Collen_KM
Source: Twitter

African mothers are hectic! They take no nonsense and are not afraid to walk right into a situation and take you out of it if they do not feel you should be there, and that is precisely what this momma did.

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Twitter user @Collen_KM shared the clip in total horror. Thinking about what they would have done if their mother showed up at the groove left them horrified. It is a lot to witness.

“She went to fetch her daughter at a groove ”

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The people of Mzansi divide over the mother’s actions and debate the matter

While the girl clearly did not have permission to attend the groove, or maybe someone notified her parents that she wasn’t behaving as expected, some felt really sorry for her. Yes, this video is going to stick with her for life, however, some feel it is a lesser evil than her having become a rape statistic or worse.

Take a look at some of the comments:

@Babalwa_M_ does not feel it was ok:

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“This is totally wrong, the kid will be damaged emotionally.”

@TboozeSA feels the mother did the right thing:

“South Africa records 153 rapes (only reported) a day. And your underage daughter is that drunk at a tavern. As a parent would you forgive yourself if anything happened to her while you had an option to do something? Kids are rebellious by nature. And there’s peer pressure.”

@Ndzalam57524508 believes the video is going to emotionally scar her:

“This is totally wrong because de video is trending, people will laugh at her even at school, she won't concentrate, she can end up doing something wrong for herself.”

@DanielTshifhiwa is with the mom on this one:

@olwethumsane would have taken a different approach:

Mama climbs on table at groove, busts some moves to the music and leaves South Africans laughing out loud

In similar news, Briefly News reported that a woman caught getting down to the beat on top of a table was posted on Twitter and went viral as peeps showed her some love.

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In the video, a woman who had a doek on and a sensible dress was seen on top of a table boogying the night away. One of the voices in the background exclaimed:

"Umama kabani lona (whose mom is this)?"

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.

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