- A Muslim man recently took to Twitter to condemn a set of triplets for the type of photo they posted
- Identified on the platform as @MFarees_, he shared the photo of the two brothers giving their sister a peck
- Berating them, he described their photo as the highest level of stupidity, saying it was not Islamic
Twitter is currently buzzing with reactions following a recent post made by a man identified on the platform as @MFarees_, in which he condemned a set of triplets for sharing a photo of themselves on the platform.
According to as @MFarees_, the photo which shows the brothers giving their sister a peck on the cheek, was not only against their culture but not Islamic as well.
Condemning the post, @MFarees_ stated that he did not care if they were related or not, sharing such a photo on social media was wrong and in a response to a curious follower who asked why, he tagged it 'haram'.
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His post reads: "This is the highest level of stupidity I've ever seen on my TL, who cares if you're triplets, everytime posting your pictures like this, this is not our culture, and this is unislamic, wai siblings, Islam teaches Modesty and shyness. You need to know the meaning of "Dayyuth"."
See tweet below:
The post which now has a thousand likes, had many social media users talking. While some people attacked him for not minding her business and judging others over a harmless photo, some cautioned him about his manner of an attempt at correcting them.
See reactions below:
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There were some who supported @MFarees_ and joined in criticizing the siblings for sharing such a photo on social media.
See some reactions below:
In other news, skincare boss and second daughter of Nigeria's vice president Yemi Osinbajo, Kiki Osinbajo, recently took to social media to gush over her family.
In a recent post shared to her Instagram account, Kiki showered her family with words of appreciation and also thanked God for the family she was born into.
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