A lady on Twitter fired the imagination of many people who follow her on Twitter after, she seemingly posted a tweet which by all indication, appears to have managed to grab the attention of many Zulu men who are on Twitter. And upon seeing what the lady has said, Zulu men simply reacted to the tweet by using smiling emojis. For those people who are not familiar with the world of social media, emoji is a small digital image or icon used to express an idea or emotion. Nowadays, people simply use emojis to react to some interesting information or news.
Well, the said lady uploaded couple of pictures herself. And the lady used the most captivating words to accompany her two pictures. The lady's tweet is mainly directed to Zulu men. And it is not an exaggeration to say that most people are probably going to react with mixed reactions, to what the lady has posited. However, before one can share the screenshot of the lady's tweet, it is worth stating here that when it comes to culture and language, South Africa is well endowed. There so many cultures that are in existence in South Africa.
The lady has uploaded two pictures of herself on Twitter. And she has captioned those
As already alluded above, below is the screenshot of the lady's tweet:
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