02 July 2022
I believe that every girl wants to be Sibongile Mvelase. Her boyfriend, Mvuyisi Bajwa has declared under the oath that he will never cheat on her. An affidavit surfaced on social media, it was posted by a Twitter user, @thandiwe_mazwi. She captioned it, ' I would live to be Sibongile'. Who would not want to be Sibongile?
In the affidavit, Mvuyisi states that he will never stop loving Sibongile. He will never cheat on her, and she will always be his only penguin. This part of being the only penguin left people in stitches. Even though people were laughing, some wished they would be someone's penguin.
Some even joked and posted on the comments, that the same affidavit only difference changed the names of the two love birds and added their names and that of Thandiwe Mazwi who had posted the affidavit and wished to be Sibongile,
Some added their view that is how Mjolo should be treated now. Officiate it through affidavits. We are not sure what will happen if Mvuyisi cheats, are there any repercussions for that if he breaks the oath?
Some Twitter comments
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