After the tragic events that occurred on Monday night in Manchester, 18-year-old Abongile Gasa tweeted from his now private Twitter account celebrating the death of the “22 white people”.
Although he has since deleted his tweet, a screenshot was taken and shared by Kevin Tildsley:
This is the age of the Internet, after all.
Unfortunately for Gasa, his Twitter bio hosts a little too much information and through that, we found his Instagram account (his bio describes himself as a “fun, loving person” – sure, buddy).
And according to his Facebook (which we’re not going to link to), he studies (or will study) at the Port Elizabeth TVET College – “Class of 2018 · Public management”.
His favourite quote, according to his Facebook account, is Steve Biko:
Black man you’re on your own.
Back to his Instagram – here we found a whole lot of selfies:
But we aren’t the only ones to delve into his social media history.
Click on his latest Instagram post and the comments are already going off.
Quick warning – there’s going to be some horrid language and name-calling:
Eish. Unfortunately, it doesn’t get better:
There’s also this one:
With photos on his Facebook profile claiming he’s the G.O.A.T (Greatest Of All Time) and talking about #BCWYWF (which stands for the now ironic “be careful what you wish for”), it’s clear that Gasa is a misguided born-free who carries a lot of anger.
I really do hope he deletes his phone numbers from his social media accounts sooner rather than later, though.
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