As most people are aware, it is currently graduation season. Many people across Mzansi are celebrating getting their qualifications from different universities. With that being said, a guy got people talking after he was seen wearing a balaclava on his graduation. Balaclavas are popularly known for being used by criminals to cover their faces.
However the main purpose of wearing a balaclava is to keep one's face warm. The guy mentioned that the reason he wore the balaclava is because he doesn't want people from his village to see him. This is because they might bewitch him.
There were mixed reactions on the comments. Some thought it was hilarious and weird that he was allowed in the graduation venue while covering his entire face. There's a lot that people had to say, see more reactions down below;
Share your thoughts on the comment section, what do you think about the guy's graduation outfit and people's reactions overall?
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