- A local dancer dressed as Spider-Man has wowed Mzansi after showing up across television screens all through the country
- The hilarious video was shared by Twitter user @TumWierdKid who definitely thought the Marvel Universe should sue the sketchy spidey
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section, sharing their thoughts on the hilarious post
A dancing Spider-man has made his way to national television. While the local spidey dancing to amapiano music is nothing new to avid social media users, the sight of one on a serious news programme definitely had Mzansi reeling.
@TumWierdKid shared the hilarious snaps which got South Africa talking. He certainly felt the funny dancer was making a mockery of the adored superhero and couldn't help sharing his views.
"Marvel needs to sue South Africa for defamation of character'"he sarcastically wrote.
While some social media users agreed with the passionate statement, others took the time to criticise the very adult-themed dancer for breaking it down in a children's costume.
Check out some of the comments below:
"If Marvel is seeing this, I bet they are celebrating. It's crazy how they've influenced popular culture."
"I hear but now what about the fact that this Spider-Man is being associated with alcohol and groove? Since I believe Spider-Man is targeted at kids."
"The beauty of wearing a mask..anyone can take this gig n earn some money.."
"I love that this man woke up and decided to do what makes him happy, see what happens when you don't suffer from abantu bazothini?'
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a gentleman whose name is not disclosed is cracking lots of ribs on social media after a video of him fruitlessly attempting to prove he was a big guy surfaced.
In the footage that is fast going viral, the gentleman amidst cheers from his friends boldly dipped his android phone in water that contained ice to show the crowd that it was waterproof.
However, shortly after the phone got in contact with water, the backlight went off and all attempts made by the gentleman to get it working again proved futile. Realizing what had happened, the gentleman faked a smile to make it look as though everything was still under control but that even cracked the viewers up the more.
Gvangahun suggested that the gentleman was misled into thinking his phone had the water-resistant feature.
''Someborry gave him wrong information"
spill_twist also indicated that the young man simply wanted to follow other people but was blind in doing so.
"Siiaaa,what apple Dey do .u wan do some"
me_maame_effeh mentioned that she had a strong conviction about where the young man bought his phone.
"I'm sure he bought it from Circle"
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