IN MEMES: 'Why does everyone on Yobe forgive so easily?' - Twitter
While the reality show Yobe revolves around the concept of asking and receiving forgiveness for past sins, Twitter isn't buying into the way every victim "just easily forgives" the person who hurt them or their families.
Last night's episode saw Maduna and his accomplice apologise for murdering Freddie Hunter's dad during a house break in. The two men, who were busy serving their time when they asked the show to intervene, wanted to explain themselves to Freddie.
They didn't intend on killing anyone. They broke into the house because "white people always have money in the house" and when they went past their house before, they saw them having a good time and decided they "definitely" have money.
Despite what Twitter thought was a lame apology and lack of remorse from the prisoners, they still "received" their forgiveness and Twitter thought it was too good to be true.
Wen u break into someone's house...— Ray Harvest🎶® (@Ray_Harvest) May 22, 2018
You know there's a chance they could be there
You know they will be startled,try to run or fight
You're cautious of what you'll do when that happens
So sorry but I don't buy those"I didn't intend to.."speeches#yobe#YobeMzansi pic.twitter.com/j43q86iA3P