- A lady on Twitter has come under fire after sharing some photos from her graduation ceremony
- The lady was berated for rocking an outfit that showed off too many body parts
- Many flooded her comment section to criticize the choice of outfit
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A Liberian lady identified as Still Josie on micro blogging platform, Twitter, recently caught the attention of social media users on the platform after posting photos from her graduation ceremony.
Josie in the photos shared was looking beautiful in a black gown and her graduation cap.
In the caption, she disclosed that she had just bagged a bachelor’s degree in business marketing without incurring any school debts.
"Also y’all I’m not even from here I’m from Liberia so that makes this extra special to me! This is my grandma she just came a year ago, I’m so happy she was here to experience this moment with me," Josie tweeted as she posted a video of her grandmother who also came out to support.
See the tweets below:
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Some of her followers were spotted in the comment section with congratulatory messages.
Read tweets below:
However, in an unexpected turn of events, some other users on the platform appeared to have been enraged by Josie’s choice of outfit to her graduation.
Many were quick to criticize her for putting on a dress that exposed too many parts of her body.
Read some of the comments below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a lady who said she got the shock of her life on Monday, March 9, after she was allegedly booted out of the National Assembly in Abuja because of her dress sense.
The lady, who could not believe what happened to her at the legislative chamber of the nation, poured out her mind on Twitter asking the National Assembly to explain its dress code to her.
According to her, she was at the National Assembly to partake, on behalf of her organisation, in the public hearing on the controversial social media bill being handled by the lawmakers.
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