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Desperate man pleads with lover to unblock him live on SABC

A desperate South African man is trending on social media after he did the unthinkable and reached out to his lover in a Twitter post during SABC 1’s Last Dance 2022 live music festival.

The man who uses the Twitter handle @Alonso_GQ pleaded with his lover only identified as Nwabisa to unblock him. Alonso who was in the Eastern Cape on New Year’s Eve blamed the network for the supposed unavailability on social media and lack of communication.

It seems his girlfriend, Nwabisa decided to block him after realizing that he was no longer reachable.

Nwabisa l am sorry sthandwa sami, akho network apha eEastern Cape (there is no network here in Eastern Cape). Pls, unblock me, l know you are watching, “reads the message.

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Those who were watching the music festival on SABC 1 could not help but notice the Twitter post which was circulating on TV. Some viewers decided to screenshot the tweet and posted it on social media.

Lady Du

Amapiano vocalist and songwriter Lady Du also came across the screenshot message and decided to post it on her Facebook page.

Captioning the post, Lady Du pleaded with Nwabisa to unblock Alonso and get in touch with him.

Nwabisa if you didn’t see it on TV I find this sooo sweet please unblock the bae ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Social media users also joined in to plead with Nwabisa to unblock Alonso. A section on social media sarcastically confirmed that Eastern Cape has network problems on New Year’s Eve.

Check out some of the reactions;

@Simphiwe Simpy Gama

Hau Nwabisa girl ..u should know there are always signal issues on the 31st of December… unblock u sbali man!!!

@Siphesihle  Thwala

Nwabisa please forgive ur bae he might not have even a bath because of the water shortage here in Eastern Cape 😭😭😭


Please nwabisa unblock him hle🙏I know the pain of losing someone you love because of network🥺


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