A video of a woman who was dragged from the groove at the Eastern cape tavern, Enyobeni where a total of 22 people died, trended on social media before receiving the news of the 22 people who passed away.
According to The South African, on Saturday night in East London, a mother was slammed on social media for being a "bad mother" after dragging her daughter at Enyobeni tavern.
Despite being slammed on social media on Saturday night, the mother was then praised in the morning for saving her daughter's life after 22 people sadly passed in the very same tavern.
When the video surfaced on social media, people were saying the woman is embarrassing her daughter and there is nothing good about embarrassing your child in public.
One of the social media user stated on Twitter that this is just bad parenting, he does not care what anyone says.
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