Social media reacts to lady's dress as she celebrates 7 years without cancer
- A lady with the Twitter handle @MsTiaLovex defeated cancer, and she has lived without the disease for seven years now
- She took to the microblogging site to celebrate her win, and tweeps flooded the comment section of her post to point out what was wrong with what she wore in the picture she posted
- Some people, however, ignored her revealing dress and congratulated her instead
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Social media users are divided over a lady's dress as she celebrates seven years of living without cancer.
The lady with the Twitter handle @MsTiaLovex took to the microblogging site to disclose that she has been cancer-free for seven years.
She posted a picture of herself wearing a cancer awareness ribbon and holding blue and white balloons as she struck a pose for the camera.
Some tweeps that took to the comment section of the post only focused on the good news and congratulated her, while others shared their thoughts on what she wore and what she could have worn underneath it.
A Nigerian man identified as Femi Leye advised the lady to ignore the negative comments.
He wrote: "Congratulations ma'am, ignore the negative comments, They are all clearly senseless and stupid people."
Another Twitter user with the handle @captkennypeter wrote: "Affliction shall not rise again... Congratulations dear."
@Out_lawed wrote: "Someone is celebrating her victory over cancer and there are men in here trying to insult her for wearing an awareness ribbon. Foolishness all around."
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In other news, the length at which a person's determination can bring about great achievements can be really astounding.
A young man’s story with the Twitter name King T is one inspiring life-changing narrative. On Friday, May 22, King T said he defeated brain cancer twice and had three separate brain surgeries.
That is not everything. After conquering those, he did a six-week radiotherapy treatment twice and had to walk and swallow food from scratch.
The young man did all that like they were nothing and still graduated university in flying colours despite having a two-year delay.
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