When another woman shared her photo while mzansi people spotted something that made them even more furious, she became a laughing stock for the rest of the country.
It's easy to overlook just how vicious social media can be. A single snapshot has the power to go viral and become the topic of the day on social media. This year, I'm going to let someone to love me, stated "Reitu," a woman who posted an image of herself in black with a see-through top. Unfortunately, she didn't notice that her top has something on it that the general public cannot see.
Her shirt showed off her nipple, which was plain to see for everyone who looked. When they saw this, the people of Mzansi were outraged. There are rumours that she did it on purpose, possibly to get public attention. Some people think it's a big no-no for her to wear this kind of clothing in public, and more crucially, to post photos of it on social media. "In order to expect someone to fall in love with you, you're tweeting see-through photographs like this is a porn site. You're just bringing a thirsty lover into your life, and it's not going to last very long "as stated on her post by a man
People don't like it when people upload these kinds of images online. Her friends and family are telling her that it's completely wrong and that she has to learn to respect her body. As a result, they are more anxious about her safety.
They are concerned about her safety. People may want to think twice before posting their selfies online. The link below will take you to a larger version of the image. Let me know what you think of it.
Source : https://twitter.com/Dolly_ngonyolo/status/1482401987979358211?s=19
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