- Mbuyiseni Ndlozi of the Economic Freedom Fighters recently left South Africans laughing their butts off online after he shared a hilarious response to King Monada's workout clip
- In the clip, King Monada, a local artist is hitting a punching bag with all his might and this left Ndlozi resorting to making a big joke about the young artist
- South Africans found Ndlozi's comments hilarious and were soon making funny comments of their own in the comment section beneath Ndlozi's joke
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi never backs away from making a joke at the expense of others. Heading online, Ndlozi poked some fun at King Monada who recently posted a clip of himself in a gym, punching a punching bag with all his might.
"Get spinach my man," Ndlozi captioned the admittedly hilarious video clip.
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Soon other South Africans were in the comment section either laughing or adding some funny commentary of their own. Read a few of their hilarious reactions to Ndlozi's joke below:
"We still love you my brother. Fo tlogela kaore mogona ofolatelela kgatii ele kgole...Ebile otlofo robega while training aii"
"He is going to be killed by his own punching bag by the way it looks and the punching bag weighs more than him."
Briefly News earlier reported that Mzansi musician King Monada is really serious about his fight against Big Zulu and has been training hard to make sure that he kills it. Taking to social media, King Monada shared footage of himself taking it out on a punching bag and it surely wasn't expected.
King Monada doesn't care about size and he wants to make sure that he makes it count against Big Zulu. However, Mzansi social media users are just not convinced that Monada is going to be able to beat the Nkabi Records rapper in the ring.
The video that King Monada posted sparked hilarious reactions on social media and even though he's seriously throwing real punches at that bag - it's quite obvious that it's not something he's used to.
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