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A Video of school girls beating a boy mercilessly for cheating goes viral-watch

A video of a group of girls mercilessly beating up a boy because he cheated on them has gone viral.

In the video, a young girl cane be seen talking to the boy in South African dialect just seconds before all hell went lose.

A few seconds into the video, a group of girls rain in on the little fella hard! All dressed in school uniforms, they are seen raining fire on him.

With hot slaps from all directions, the defenseless guy topples to the ground where they continue assaulting him with kicks to the head and body.

He is seen covering his head to block the kicks from possibly killing him or causing brain damage. It is only when he has gotten quite the beating that by-standers decide to intervene before the situation becomes fatal!

A tweet by a person called Puleng Masike is what brought the video to the attention of netizens. She posted the video asking people if it’s okay to be treated like this despite allegedly cheating.

Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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Twitter has blown up since from the comments and reactions. For some it is all fun and games, but for some, the gender wars have been put on the table once more.

Here are the reactions:

Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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Bonnie@QueenB1400

When I was in high school I thought “cheating” only applied in games. pic.twitter.com/BNfz84CHBu

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Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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T.Y Broadway@TY_Cartel

I find this hilarious 🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂 this kid has learnt the art of managing 👌🏾 he just needs guidance and channel that energy on the right direction instead of girls pic.twitter.com/CjP5rvW18Z

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He even managed the girls by not responding to violence.
A real man gets beaten by a woman without laying a hand on her. Living #Legend— 🎓 (@mulovhedzi_m) April 25, 2019

I’m certain this is his last time cheating on girls ever.— MAKOTI WESMANJEMANJE (@lykable1) April 25, 2019

Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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Kholofelo ZA@KholofeloRSA

Hebanna Cheated? They Are Dating At This Age? 😔 pic.twitter.com/8X7s1kFYiK

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MAKOTI WESMANJEMANJE

I’m certain this is his last time cheating on girls ever.

Kgosi👑@kuamini_lesomo

I’d love to see your response when a group of boys beat up a girl

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Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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Saah Diesel Ngcobo@Saah_ngcobo

These girls must watch uthando nesthembu because this is the junior version of it pic.twitter.com/ODBf4dkNPz

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Leoma Mphago 🇿🇦@mphagole

They are too young to be fighting for this kind of nonsense. Ba tseba eng kago jola le rona re hloleha 😂😂😂 this is a men’s world.

Uncle 🅰 and 600 others@Njabuloandy

Atleast ama 2000 know how to deal with cheating men 😂😂😂 their 90s and 80s sisters would have fought amongst each other

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Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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ChiefDon’tRun🦁🇿🇼@SimbaGurupira

He cheated?
How?

He gave another girl some sweets

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👑 SKHU 👑🐻 🐼🐻🇿🇦@shySkhu

Wonder if these were boys and it was a girl if your tweet would have the same caption, im not saying the question you asking is wrong but what if

Nhlakanipho Mncube@mncube_nhlaka

It not Abuse when d perpetrater is a female,, change roles let dat b a woman being beaten up,, the whole Twititeer wud b waving up n down like an angry Sea…

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Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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Johnny Mavuso@johnnymavuso

In a situation like this, there’s only one technique you may use in order to overcome this obstacle. This technique has been proven to be the most effective and fast when executed correctly. 🥋That technique is… 🥋

RRRUUUUUNNNN!!! 🏃🏽‍♂️💨

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Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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Franco@Zuks_Franco

I am voting for this boy to be the President on 8th May

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Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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EmotionalBeing❤@PyperFatass

When I was like them, I was thinking of how Mr Badmos was going to flog me because, I didn’t copy or do his Maths assignment.

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Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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Ongama Ntloko@OngamaNtloko

I wonder what feminist will say. This is a daily occurrence of young men being beaten by woman, and the can’t report bcz they might be see as weak

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Puleng Masike@PulengMasike

He cheated on all of them but is it okay to be treated like this?😐

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Ms Abudu@Omotolaaa_

Loool.

From the different uniforms I’m guessing his cheating was inter-school.

Wow.

A King.

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Beyonce liked a photo of the Tanzania Rapper that look like his husband jay-z see video

Mega star Jay Z has a doppelganger in Tanzania. The resemblance is so uncanny, you could think, the look-a-like is Jay Z’s son or younger brother.

Ramadhan Ali Lawi AKA Jygga Lo  grew up in the coastal town of Dar es Salam in Tanzania.

The self proclaimed ‘African Jay Z’ came into the limelight after being crowned winner in a look-a-like talent search in 2016.

Jygga Lo is also celebrated and recognized by numerous fans for his freakish resemblance to the American rapper.

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Besides just the looks, Jygga Lo, is super super talented rapper. He can spit rhymes, like you wouldn’t believe.

The bongo rapper revealed that when he was growing up he hated to be referred as a Jay Z look-a-like but now he relishes the title of Jay Z, the bongo star.

In an interview with Mo Faze, a Tanzanian vlog, Jygga Lo said:

“nilijua jay z nilipoona wimbo wake kwa tv mwaka WA 2013 [i came to know about jay z when i saw one of his song played on TV].”

Jygga Lo mimics everything Jay Z does. He dropped a 5:55 mix tape shortly after Jay Z had already dropped his mega successful 4:44.

Jygga Lo got a taste of viral fame when his photos trended for days.

In an interview he looked excited when he said he had heard that Beyonce, Jay Z’s wife liked his photo.

”niliambiwa kuwa beyonce ali like picha yangu [ i was told that beyonce liked my picture ].

Check out one of his latest releases.

A man Beat up girlfriend for dumping after paying her school fees

Man publicly beats up his girlfriend for dumping after he paid her school fees (Video)

A story currently trending in Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, has it that a lady identified as Jane, was publicly assaulted by boyfriend after she allegedly dumped him.

According to report, the boyfriend paid for Jane’s school fees but she later dumped him for another man.

This made the boyfriend furious, and he apparently, went to her class to demand for ‘his money’ angrily.

Watch the video below;

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What is Nollywood turning into,look at the suffering this actress put herself through just to land a role

Popular Ghanaian actress, Ella Mensah, has revealed that she bleached her skin in other to be getting movie roles in Nollywood. In a snippet of an interview that Delay Ghana posted on her Instagram page, Ella revealed how much she spent on bleaching her skin. According to the actress, she had to take an injection which cost about costs £2,000 “I don’t use cream to bleach my skin, I took an injection.” 

 

She claim to have  spent a whooping N960k on bleaching just to ge roles in Nigerian movies.

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The actress who added that she owes no one an explanation for bleaching her skin, says it has helped her gain recognition in the movie industry. ‘I thought about it and it is my own skin and thank God I am not going to hurt or kill anybody. So I did it because I love it and also partly because of my job.’

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In a previous interview with Sammy Flexx on Zylofon Fm,  Ella revealed that Nigerian movie producers and directors prefer giving roles to light-skinned actresses as they see them more attractive.

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‘If you are a dark-skinned person, your talent alone is not going to push you up because a producer once told me that I have the height, the body and that I am look attractive’’

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Perhaps this is the very thing that actress, Beverly Naya was trying to address, when she  recently shot a documentary titled “Skin”.  The documentary which is is produced byBeverly Naya and directed by Etim Effiong features several notable celebrities like Phyno, Bob Risky, Eku Edewor, and Dianna Yekinni.

WOW! Beverly Naya spills shocking details about self-esteem issues and discrimination against skin colour

Watch the trailer of her documentary here

The dark-skinned actress revealed her reason behind shooting her documentary as she drew from her personal experiences to make the documentary.

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In an interview with a presenter on Wazobia Max TV, she recounts her experience on she was being bullied because of her crooked teeth and eczema which messed up her self-esteem. Naya said while she has not necessarily felt low self-esteem because of her skin color, but she has seen that happen to other people.

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Casper nyovest breaks the internet after saying he is south African hip hop benchmark

Just days after AKA threw a massive gig in Pretoria, AKA Orchestra On The Square, his rival Cassper Nyovest has claimed the only reason his rivals are doing one-man shows is because of him.

Cassper has made it clear that he’s channelled his greatness and nothing anyone says or does will change his thoughts about how awesome he is. The dude even called himself the greatest to ever do it and the benchmark in SA hip-hop.

The rapper told his Twitter followers that he realised and was applying the power of loving himself and being his own hype man.

“Y’all don’t understand how important it is to love your damn self. That’s the only way to be happy. Speak highly of yourself. Settle into your greatness. Don’t let nobody tell you any different. You’re the sh*t!” he said.

The rapper added that he’s over putting validation “rights” in the hands of fickle people whose opinion changes willy nilly. He emphasised the fact that when it comes down to it, it’s every man for himself.

“(I) just wanna show you how people are quick to try to bring your spirit down as soon as you tweet anything positive about yourself, especially if it’s a fact. Be careful of that. That’s why self validation is the most important. Our people suffer from ‘Se uyaphapha syndrome’. Sad stuff,” he said.

In one of the current trends on Twitter titled “Unpopular Opinion: Mufasa edition” Cassper added his own comments to those who had something different to say about him.

And nothing could get him to dial down the self-confidence.

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“They never saw it coming. He is the most loved hip-hop artists of all time. He’s the benchmark. He is the reason why ni*gas have their one-man concerts today. The boy is a legend. They hate the fact that he knows he is a legend and he isn’t afraid of saying it. The greatest!,” Cassper said.

Fans didn’t hold back in letting Mufasa know how they felt about his flex.

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