"God Have Mercy!" See What A Man Was Spotted Wearing On His Waist That Got People Talking
By Writingaddict01 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 5540 views
It is common on the social media to come across hilarious contents with a lot of reactions from social media users. Twitter is the bedrock for savages and comments of mockeries. If something funny or critical is going to trend on the social media, it will go faster on Twitter. This is easier as a tweet is made, followed by reactions and then retweets.
Just in, a Twitter user made a tweet on his Twitter handle, revealing the picture of a man who bent down to check on his luggage. While doing so, a photograph of himself was taken by someone behind. The picture was zoomed and it was discovered that while bending down, his top cloth adjusted, revealing a strange bead tied around his waist.
This kind of bead is deemed to be diabolical and it has gotten a lot of people talking. Below is the picture of the man and a screenshot of the twitter thread;
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