A lady recently caused a stir after sharing why she got blocked by a student who passed with distinctions. As most people are aware that everyone is different. And when it comes to academic life, there are individuals who pass with flying colors.
While some prefer to keep their results to themselves and those close to them, some do the complete opposite. Some see this as an opportunity to inspire others, hence they post on social media. However not everyone celebrate those achievements. Some bring positive feedback while others do not. Amongst the people who comment on the student's post, was a lady by the name of Kefilwe.
She mentioned that it was unnecessary for the student to post her results because there are a lot of people who passed with distinctions. Kefilwe's comment caused a stir which led to being blocked by the student on twitter. See more of people's reactions down below;
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