A lady posted the picture of herself going to Matric Dance. And the said lady asked South African people who are on Twitter to show some love. And as fate would have it, Mzansi people showed the lady some love, because there is some indication that the lady's picture has somewhat went viral. Twitter is one social media platform that it only takes few seconds for a picture or person to trend. And the lady's tweet has reached many people, because about 39 thousands people have liked the picture of the lady.
And the replies to the tweet showed how much Mzansi people can come together to show some love to people who ask it.
One person replied to the lady's picture by simply stating the following "So beautiful. Everything about this picture is just beautiful"
Another person whose attention was grabbed by the lady's pictures simply responded by saying the following "She looks stunning. To think I couldn't attend my own matric dance because I was not feeling well I missed the night of my life. I've never wore any gown, nothing"
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