- A woman shared two photos on social media that caused quite a stir online
- In the pictures, another lady is wearing a sash and had bought a cake to celebrate her divorce
- South Africans were shocked by the photos and they gave their two cents' worth on Twitter as expected
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A woman has made waves on social media after she celebrated getting a divorce. On Monday, August 17, a social media user, Lungi Shozi (@IamlungiDee) shared the images.
In the photos, the lady is wearing a sash reading "Divorced Diva." She also bought herself a designer cake saying:
"I do, I did, I'm done. Divorced at last."
Shozi captioned the photos:
"People celebrate their divorce now."
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans could not deal with the images and they flooded the comment section with their views.
Malusi Mhlongo, who goes by Twitter handle @malusi_luso, commented:
"The world have normalised nonsense."
Twitter user, @Sbu116, said:
"And then same person you go back her timeline a few years you will see her shading singles, hypocrites."
Keamogetse Molefe, @Kiyax888, added:
"Imagine not celebrating peace of mind, sleep without crying, punching-bag free life etc. Deserving of a holiday."
Although it is bizarre, it is not the first time someone celebrated getting a divorce. An unidentified man went all out to express extreme excitement after he ended his marriage to his partner in a rather dramatic way.
The young black man announced his divorce from his partner to the world as he decided on a platform that was the back screen of a car.
In some photos that have emerged of the man, he is seen standing next to a Polo vehicle with the inscription ''just divorced'' written on the back window of the vehicle.
Visibly elated to have permanently ended his marriage to his partner, he posed for different pictures and the frames are making the rounds on social media.
Other inscriptions in the background of some of the images indicate he successfully ended his union at a high court.
In other news, while many people prefer to date for some years before tying the knot, others feel the need to hasten things up and walk down the aisle within a short period of time.
A Twitter user with the handle @KoloKennethK took to the microblogging site to share a screenshot and pictures of a couple who got married 15 days after meeting each other.
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